Applied Structural and Mechanical Vibrations This book deals primarily with fundamental aspects of engineering vibrations within the framework of the linear theory. Although it is true that in practical cases it is sometimes not easy to distinguish between linear and nonlinear phenomena, the basic assumption throughout this text is that the principle of superposition holds.
Quantum Mechanics of Molecular Structures
The world we live in is filled with molecules. Starting with oxygen and nitrogen
in the atmosphere, water, carbon dioxide, and ammonia are all molecules. Furthermore,
plants and animals are all composed of molecules. In the field of chemistry,
which is regarded as science for molecules, it has been one of the most important
and... Sound & Vibration 2.0: Design Guidelines for Health Care Facilities
This document was commissioned by the Facility Guidelines Institute as the sole reference for acoustics in health care facilities. It was written by the Health Care Acoustics Working Group, a permanent committee of the Acoustics Research Council (ARC), comprised of members of leading professional societies in acoustics, noise control...
Smart Technologies for Safety Engineering Smart technologies comprise a dynamic new interdisciplinary research field that encompasses a wide spectrum of engineering applications including, but not limited to, intelligent structures and materials, actuators, sensors and structural observability, control systems and software tools for the design of adaptive structures. Smart technologies...
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