Random Vibration of Complex Systems: a Unified Approach
Random Vibration of Complex Systems provides a new framework for assessing the performance of complex dynamic systems subject to random input. While most current books on random vibration treat the four different scenarios defined by the type of input and dynamic system independently and provide different methods for the analysis of each, Field and Grigoriu provide a unified approach for the analysis of linear and/or nonlinear dynamic systems subject to Gaussian and/or non-Gaussian input.Using numerous real-world engineering problems to illustrate the application of this new approach, Random Vibration of Complex Systems presents methods and techniques in a practical way to make them easily transferable to your vibration problems. Intended as a reference resource for applied scientists and engineers interested in analytical and numerical methods for solving random vibration problems, the book will be of particular interest to those working in the aerospace, automotive, civil engineering industries. Provides the first reference resource to guide you through the analysis of randomness and complexity in a unified way.Offers a new framework for analyzing complex dynamic systems with different input scenarios, unlike most other books that provide different methods for each scenario or consider only one or two academic situations.Demonstrates methods and techniques through the use of real-world engineering case studies with the aim of making the approach easily transferable to your vibration problems.
- Paperback | 320 pages
- 15 Feb 2017
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States