Randomly excited vibratory systems with variable structure

  • J. Trębicki
Conference paper
Part of the Solid Mechanics and its Applications book series (SMIA, volume 47)


The object of the paper is the analysis of a vibratory system that consists of many randomly excited different vibratory sub-systems. Each of such a vibratory sub-system and its analytical description can be identified as a certain structure (or mode) of the main system. Randomness of the environment, in which the system works, or randomness hidden in its elements involves the random switching between the structures. The appropriate stochastic differential equations give the global probability description of the system with random switching between different sub-systems (structures).


Stochastic Differential Equation Maximum Entropy Method Vibratory System Normalize Density Function Random Switching 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Trębicki
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  1. 1.Technological Research, Polish Academy of SciencesCenter of Mechanics, Institute of FundamentalWarsawPoland

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