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Modal Vibration Analysis By Yogesh Shinde
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Cracks in vibrating component can initiate catastrophic failures. The presence of crack results in change in the physical characteristics of a structure which in turn alter its dynamic response... More > characteristics. Therefore, it is necessary to understand dynamics of structures when it is subjected to defect like a crack. Crack depth and location are the main parameters for the vibration analysis. So, it is necessary to develop analytical and experimental method to obtain dynamic response characteristics for different parameters like crack depth and crack location which can be used to find the effect of these parameters on the dynamic response characteristics. Results of analytical and experimental method can be used to access the structural integrity, performance and safety of structure. In the present study, vibration analysis of cantilever beam with single open transverse crack with different crack depth and different crack locations, under no load and transverse load condition is carried out< Less
Stochastic Processes in Mechanical Engineering By J.J.H. Brouwers
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Stochastic or random vibrations occur in a variety of applications of mechanical engineering. Examples are: the dynamics of a vehicle on an irregular road surface; the variation in time of... More > thermodynamic variables in municipal waste incinerators due to fluctuations in heating value of the waste; the vibrations of an airplane flying through turbulence; the fluctuating wind loads acting on civil structures; the response of off-shore structures to random wave loading. Attention is focussed on problems of external noise. That is, models of mechanical engineering structures are considered where the source of random behavior comes from outside: e.g. a prescribed random force or a prescribed random displacement. The structures inhibit inertia, damping and restoring, linear and non-linear. Questions addressed are: how do these structures respond to random excitation, and how to quantify the random behavior of response variables in a manner that an engineer is able to make rational design decisions.< Less
Stochastic Processes in Mechanical Engineering By J.J.H. Brouwers
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Stochastic or random vibrations occur in a variety of applications of mechanical engineering. Examples are: the dynamics of a vehicle on an irregular road surface; the variation in time of... More > thermodynamic variables in municipal waste incinerators due to fluctuations in heating value of the waste; the vibrations of an airplane flying through turbulence; the fluctuating wind loads acting on civil structures; the response of off-shore structures to random wave loading. Attention is focussed on problems of external noise. That is, models of mechanical engineering structures are considered where the source of random behavior comes from outside: e.g. a prescribed random force or a prescribed random displacement. The structures inhibit inertia, damping and restoring, linear and non-linear. Questions addressed are: how do these structures respond to random excitation, and how to quantify the random behavior of response variables in a manner that an engineer is able to make rational design decisions.< Less
DeVry SOCS 350 Week 5 Discussion 1 & 2 Latest By jon kelly
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Just Click on Below Link To Download This Course: https://www.devrycourses.com/product/devry-socs-350-week-5-discussion-1-2-latest/ DeVry SOCS 350 Week 5 Discussion 1 & 2 Latest dq 1 Blocked... More > Responses (graded) Do a Library search for an articles about Robert Merton’s Structural Strain Theory. This theory talks about the kinds of responses that one might expect when the “normal” legitimate means to acquiring the “good” stuff in life is blocked. The block can be deliberate or the result of social structure. What advice would you have for any individual who exhibits these responses? dq 2< Less
Retrofitting of RCC Water Tank By V.D. Salunkhe et al.
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The Indian standard “Criteria for Earthquake Resistant Design of Structures: IS 1893:2002” has been revised. The seismic zone factors have been changed. Response spectra are now specified... More > for 03 types of founding soil strata & a response reduction factor has been introduced. Elevated water tanks are vulnerable to earthquakes, owing to large mass concentrated at the top of relatively slender supporting systems. Existing elevated water tanks in India designed using IS 1893:1984 needs to be checked for safety as per revised code (IS 1893-2002) by carrying out static analysis. It is observed that the structure is unsafe due to under estimation of seismic load as per old code provisions. Retrofit measures such as additional structural elements and passive devices like viscous and friction dampers are modeled and structure analyzed again to check for compliance with the revised code.< Less
POP-UP HOTEL REVOLUTION, the architectural innovation about to come in the hotel industry By Joseph Di Pasquale et al.
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WHICH IS MOVING: PEOPLE OR ARCHITECTURE? In an era where nomadism is the keyword that relates people to the rest of the world, architecture is seeking for a concrete response to the recent needs,... More > result of the rise of mobility and worldwide travels. The proposal of new modular structures for the hospitality market defines the tendency to think movable, modular, flexible.< Less
The System By Legion Commander
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The System describes the structures by which the elites dominate your world. You might think your free to live the life you want. You might feel responsible for all your decisions, good or bad. You... More > might feel in control of your destiny. It's time you learnt the truth!< Less
PERFORMANCE OF RC BUILDING UNDER DYNAMIC FORCES AND SUITABILITY OF STRENGTHENING BY FRP JACKETING By Ganesh Lakade et al.
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In the recent past, India has seen mass destruction due to failure of structures hit by earthquakes and consequently, lost a lot of lives. Hence, it is of utmost importance that attention be given to... More > the evaluation of the adequacy of strength in RC framed structures to resist strong ground motions. In this project, a 15 year old four storey reinforced concrete structure has been considered, which lies in Seismic Zone III according to IS 1893:2002 classification of seismic zones in India. For non-structural members masonry infill has been assumed. In the Equivalent Static Method of analysis, the seismic load acting on the structure is assumed to be an equivalent static horizontal force applied to individual frames. The total force applied shall be equal to the product of the acceleration response spectrum and the seismic weight. It is used only for low to high rise buildings without significant coupled lateral-torsional modes.< Less
Stochastic Processes in Mechanical Engineering By J.J.H. Brouwers
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Stochastic or random vibrations occur in a variety of applications of mechanical engineering. Attention will be focussed on problems of external noise. That is, we shall consider models of... More > mechanical engineering structures where the source of random behavior comes from outside: e.g. a prescribed random force or a prescribed random displacement. The structures inhibit inertia, damping and restoring, linear and non-linear. The main questions we intend to answer are: how do these structures respond to random excitation, and how can we quantify the random behavior of response variables in a manner that an engineer is able to make rational design decisions.< Less
Stochastic Processes in Mechanical Engineering By J.J.H. Brouwers
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Stochastic or random vibrations occur in a variety of applications of mechanical engineering. Attention will be focussed on problems of external noise. That is, we shall consider models of... More > mechanical engineering structures where the source of random behavior comes from outside: e.g. a prescribed random force or a prescribed random displacement. The structures inhibit inertia, damping and restoring, linear and non-linear. The main questions we intend to answer are: how do these structures respond to random excitation, and how can we quantify the random behavior of response variables in a manner that an engineer is able to make rational design decisions.< Less

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