Dynamics of Machines

Course Description

In this course, Prof. Amitabha Ghosh gives 44 video lectures on Dynamics of Machines. Topics covered are:

- Dynamics of Rigid Bodies in Plane Motion

- Dynamic Force Analysis of Machines

- Spheric Motion of Symmetrical Bodies and Gyroscopic Effects in Machines

- Dynamics of Rotating Bodies

- Unbalance Effects and Balancing of Inertia Forces

- Field Balancing and Balancing Machines

- Dynamics of Reciprocating Machines with Single Slider

- Unbalance in Single Cylinder Engine Mechanisms

- Unbalance in Multicylinder Engines In-line

- V-twin and Radial Engines

- Balancing Techniques

- Turning Moment Diagram for Engines and Speed Fluctuation

- Power Smoothening by Flywheels

- Speed Control By Governors

- Dynamics of Governor Mechanisms

- Vibration of Mechanical Systems

- Types of Vibration

- Lumped Parameter Models

- Linearization of System Elements

- Degrees of Freedom

- Types of Restoration and Dissipation Mechanisms

- Types of Excitation

- Free Undamped Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems

- Determination of Natural Frequency)"

- Equivalent Inertia and Stiffness

- Energy Method

- Phase Plane Representation

- Free Vibration with "iscous Damping

- Critical Damping and Apcriodic Motion

- Logarithmic Decrement

- Systems with Coulomb Damping

- Forced Vibration with Harmonic Excitation

- Undamped Systems and Resonance

- Viscously Damped Systems

- Frequency Response Characteristics and Phase Lag

- Systems with Base Excitation

- Transmissibility and Vibration Isolation

- Whirling of Shafts and Critical Speed

- Vibration of Two and Multidegree of Freedom Systems

- Concept of Normal Mode

- Free Vibration Problems and Determination of Natural Frequencies

- Vibration Absorbers

- Approximate Methods: Dunkerley's Method and Holzer Method

- Free Vibration of Elastic Bodies

- Longitudinal Vibration of Bars

- Transverse Vibration of Beams

- Torsional Vibration of Shaft

- Approximate Methods: Rayleigh's Method and Rayleigh-Ritz Method

- Instruments for Dynamic Measurements

Dynamics of Machines

Prof. Amitabha Ghosh in Lecture 43: Vibration Measurement.

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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Rigid Body Motion (Part 1) Play Video
2 Rigid Body Motion (Part 2) Play Video
3 Dynamic Force Analysis of Mechanisms Play Video
4 Space Motion of Rigid Bodies Play Video
5 Inertia Tensor & Angular Momentum Play Video
6 Euler's Equation of Motion Play Video
7 Gyroscopic Action in Machines Play Video
8 Unbalance in Machines Play Video
9 Rotary Balancing Play Video
10 Balancing Machines Play Video
11 Field Balancing of Rotars Play Video
12 Single-Cylinder Engine Balancing Play Video
13 Balancing of Single Slider Machines Play Video
14 In-Line Engine Balancing Play Video
15 V & Radial Engine Balancing Play Video
16 Turning Moment Diagram Play Video
17 Flywheel Analysis Play Video
18 Lecture 18 Play Video
19 Lecture 19 Play Video
20 Lecture 20 Play Video
21 Vibration in Mechanical Systems Play Video
22 Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems Play Video
23 Energy Method for Solving SDF Free Vibration Problems Play Video
24 Equivalent Inertia and Equivalent Stiffness Play Video
25 Damping Play Video
26 Free Vibration of Damped SDT Systems Play Video
27 Free Vibration of SDF Systems With Coulomb Damping Play Video
28 Forced Vibration of Undamped Systems Play Video
29 Rotating Vector Approach Play Video
30 Equivalent Viscous Damping Play Video
31 Transmissibility & Vibration Isolation Play Video
32 Systems With Two Degree of Freedom Play Video
33 Tuned Vibration Absorber Play Video
34 Design of Vibration Absorbers Play Video
35 Flexibilty Matrix & Influence Coeffients Play Video
36 Forced Vibration of Multiple Degrees (Part 1) Play Video
37 Forced Vibration of Multiple Degrees (Part 2) Play Video
38 Vibration of Continuous Systems (Part 1) Play Video
39 Vibration of Continuous Systems (Part 2) Play Video
40 Vibration of Beams Play Video
41 Rayleigh's Method Play Video
42 Rayleigh-Ritz Method Play Video
43 Vibration Measurement Play Video
44 Types of Pickups Play Video


Displaying 18 comments:

sravi wrote 9 years ago.
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Shaswat Mohapatra wrote 10 years ago.
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and I am very much interested to go through the

hrishi wrote 10 years ago.
wanna learn

rahul garg wrote 10 years ago.

Benjamin wrote 10 years ago.
I need solution to this problem.
A mass M1 is suspended from a fixed point by means of
spring of stiffness K1, attached to M1 by means of second
spring of stiffness K2 with another mass M2. When the system
is set in free vibration, if the inertia of the spring is
negligible, show that M1M2W^4-(M1K2+M2(K1+K2))W^2 +K1K2 =0

NTAKIYIMANA jean pierre c wrote 10 years ago.
cool cool

K N MANI wrote 10 years ago.

hum wrote 10 years ago.
Great work up there.

srinivasan wrote 10 years ago.
just i want know about viscoelastic dampers

tanzil wrote 11 years ago.
i want the answer for this question

Determine the natural frequency of the free longitudinal
vibrations of a countilever
of length ‘C’ by equilibrium method and
Rayleigh’s method?

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