Mechanical Vibrations

Course Description

In this course, Prof.Rajiv Tiwari gives 40 video lectures on Mechanical Vibrations.

Mechanical Vibrations
Lecture 11: Support Motion, Vibration Isolation.
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

# Lecture Play Lecture
1 Overview of the Course, Practical and Research Trends Play Video
2 Harmonic and Periodic Motions, Vibration Terminology Play Video
3 Vibration Model, Equation of Motion-Natural Frequency Play Video
4 Energy Method, Principle of Virtual Work Play Video
5 Viscously Damped Free Vibration Special Cases: Oscillatory, non-Oscillatory and Critically Damped Motions Play Video
6 Logarithmic Decrement Experimental Determination of Damping Coefficient Hystersis Loop Play Video
7 Coulomb Damping other Damping Models Play Video
8 Forced Harmonic Vibration, Magnification Factor Play Video
9 Laplace Transform, Superposition Theorem Play Video
10 Rotor Unbalance and Whirling of Shaft, Transmissibility Play Video
11 Support Motion, Vibration Isolation Play Video
12 Sharpness of Resonance, Vibration Measuring Instruments Play Video
13 Generalized and Principle Coordinates, Derivation of Equation of Motion Play Video
14 Lagranges's Equation Play Video
15 Coordinate Coupling Play Video
16 Forced Harmonic Vibration Play Video
17 Tuned Absorber, Determination of Mass Ratio Play Video
18 Tuned and Damped Absorber, Untuned Viscous Damper Play Video
19 Derivation of Equations of Motion, Influence Coefficient Method Play Video
20 Properties of Vibrating Systems: Flexibility & Stiffness Matrices, Reciprocity Theorem Play Video
21 Modal Analysis: Undamped Play Video
22 Modal Analysis: Damped Play Video
23 Simple Systems With One Two or Three Discs Geared System Play Video
24 Multi-Degree of Freedom Systems-Transfer Matrix Method Branched System Play Video
25 Derivation of Equations of Motion (Part I) and Hamilton's Principle Play Video
26 Derivation of Equations of Motion (Part II) and Hamilton's Principle Play Video
27 Vibration of Strings Play Video
28 Longitudinal and Torsional Vibration of Rods Play Video
29 Transverse Vibration of Beams, Equations of Motion and Boundary Conditions Play Video
30 Transverse Vibration of Beams: Natural Frequencies and Mode Shapes Play Video
31 Rayleigh's Energy Method Play Video
32 Matrix Iteration Method Play Video
33 Durkerley, Rayleigh-Ritz and Galerkin Method Play Video
34 Finite Element Formulation for Rods, Gear Train and Branched System Play Video
35 Finite Element Formulation for Beams Play Video
36 Global Finite Element Assembly and Imposition of Boundary Conditions and Solution Procedure Play Video
37 Vibration Testing Equipments: Signal Measurements Play Video
38 Vibration Testing Equipments: Signal Analysis Play Video
39 Field Balancing of Rotors Play Video
40 Condition Monitoring Play Video

Comments

Displaying 9 comments:

rahul wrote 7 years ago.
thanks

rahul wrote 7 years ago.
thanks

vilas d bhutekar wrote 7 years ago.
i am B.E. final year student of mechanical engg. and i take
a elective subject is mechanical vibration then why learn.


Rupak wrote 7 years ago.
virtuak work method,work /energy method

Dan Moreillon wrote 7 years ago.
Sorry, I tried for 30 minutes to see lecture #20 and could
not get the video to play. I have not intention of having
that software take over my browser. Please try a standard
package.


HATEM wrote 7 years ago.
iam lecurer of mechnocal vibration for under and post
graduate. i need improve the lectures


kknmani wrote 7 years ago.
good

HATEM wrote 7 years ago.
need to see ur lectures

chul ryu wrote 7 years ago.
I want to learning something.

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