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 Benaroya, Haym, 1954 author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file.PDF.
 Summary

 Acknowledgements. Dedication. About the Author Preface.
 Chapter 1: Thoughts on the Moon.
 Chapter 2: Overview and context.
 Chapter 3: The lunar environment.
 Chapter 4: Structures.
 Chapter 5: Habitat studies.
 Chapter 6: Lunarbased astronomy.
 Chapter 7: Materials and ISRU.
 Chapter 8: Structural design of a lunar habitat.
 Chapter 9: Thermal design.
 Chapter 10: Preliminary probability theory.
 Chapter 11: Reliability and damage.
 Chapter 12: Airplanes, redundancy and lunar habitats.
 Chapter 13: Advanced methodologies.
 Chapter 14: Concluding thoughts. Index.
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 Benaroya, Haym, 1954 author.
 Second edition.  Boca Raton : CRC Press, 2014.
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Applications. Events and Probability. Random Variable Models. Functions of Random Variables. Random Processes. Single DegreeofFreedom Vibration. Multi DegreeofFreedom Vibration. Continuous System Vibration. Reliability. Nonlinear and Stochastic Dynamic Models. Nonstationary Models. Monte Carlo Methods. FluidInduced Vibration. Probabilistic Models in Controls and Mechatronic Systems. Index.
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 Introduction
 Applications
 Units
 Organization of the Text
 Quotes
 Problems
 Events and Probability
 Sets
 Probability
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Random Variable Models
 Probability Distribution Function
 Probability Density Function
 Probability Mass Function
 Mathematical Expectation
 Mean Value
 Useful Continuous Probability Density Functions
 Discrete Density Functions
 MomentGenerating Function
 Two Random Variables
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Functions of Random Variables
 Exact Functions of One Variable
 Functions of Two or More Random Variables
 Approximate Analysis
 Monte Carlo Methods
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Random Processes
 Basic Random Process Descriptors
 Ensemble Averaging
 Stationarity
 Correlations of Derivatives
 Fourier Series and Fourier Transforms
 Harmonic Processes
 Power Spectra
 Narrow and BroadBand Processes
 Interpretations of Correlations and Spectra
 Spectrum of Derivative
 Fourier Representation of a Stationary Process
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Single DegreeofFreedom Vibration
 Motivating Examples
 Newton's Second Law
 Free Vibration With No Damping
 Harmonic Forced Vibration With No Damping
 Free Vibration with Viscous Damping
 Forced Harmonic Vibration
 Impulse Excitation
 Arbitrary Loading
 Frequency Response Function
 SDOF: The Response to Random Loads
 Response to Two Random Loads
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Multi DegreeofFreedom Vibration
 Deterministic Vibration
 Response to Random Loads
 Periodic Structures
 Inverse Vibration
 Random Eigenvalues
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Continuous System Vibration
 Deterministic Continuous Systems
 The Eigenvalue Problem
 Deterministic Vibration
 Random Vibration of Continuous Systems
 Beams with Complex Loading
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Reliability
 Introduction
 First Excursion Failure
 Other Failure Laws
 Fatigue Life Prediction
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Nonlinear and Stochastic Dynamic Models
 The Phase Plane
 Statistical Equivalent Linearization
 Perturbation Methods
 The Mathieu Equation
 The van der Pol Equation
 Markov ProcessBased Models
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Nonstationary Models
 Envelope Function Model
 Nonstationary Generalizations
 Priestley's Model
 Oscillator Response
 Multi DegreeofFreedom Oscillator Response
 Nonstationary and Nonlinear Oscillator
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 Monte Carlo Methods
 Introduction
 Random Number Generation
 Joint Random Numbers
 Error Estimates
 Applications
 Summary
 Quotes
 Problems
 FluidInduced Vibration
 Ocean Currents and Waves
 Fluid Forces in General
 Examples
 Available Numerical Codes
 Summary
 Quotes
 Probabilistic Models in Controls and Mechatronic Systems
 Concepts of Deterministic Systems
 Concepts of Stochastic Systems
 Filtering of Random Signals
 White Noise Filters
 Stochastic System Models
 The Kalman Filter
 Additional Issues
 Summary
 Quotes
 Index.
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Now in its second edition, Probabilistic Models for Dynamical Systems expands on the subject of probability theory. Written as an extension to its predecessor, this revised version introduces students to the randomness in variables and time dependent functions, and allows them to solve governing equations.Introduces probabilistic modeling and explo.
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 Benaroya, Haym, 1954
 Berlin ; New York : Springer : Published in association with Praxis Pub., 2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiii, 402 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates) : illustrations (some color)
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 Introduction. A Vision Of Our Goals. Bootstrapping A Lunar Civilization. Technical Issues. Lunar Bases. Science On The Moon. Commerce On The Moon. The Moon, Then Mars. Luna At 2050. Mars 20502100. Issues For The Next Generation.
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 Benaroya, Haym, 1954
 Boca Raton : Taylor & Francis, 2005.
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 Book — xvi, 732 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
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 INTRODUCTION Applications Units Organization of the Text Problems EVENTS AND PROBABILITY Sets Probability Concluding Summary Problems RANDOM VARIABLE MODELS Probability Distribution Function Probability Density Function Mathematical Expectation Variance USEFUL PROBABILITY DENSITIES Two Random Variables Concluding Summary Problems FUNCTIONS OF RANDOM VARIABLES Exact Functions of One Variable Functions of Two or More RVs General Case Approximate Analysis Monte Carlo Method Concluding Summary Problems The Standard Normal Table RANDOM PROCESSES Basic Random Process Descriptors Ensemble Averaging Stationarity Derivatives of Stationary Processes Fourier Series and Fourier Transforms Harmonic Processes Power Spectra Fourier Representation of a Random Process Borgman's Method of Frequency Discretization Concluding Summary Problems SINGLE DEGREE OF FREEDOM DYNAMICS Motivating Examples Deterministic SDoF Vibration SDoF: The Response to Random Loads Response to Two Random Loads Concluding Summary Problems MULTI DEGREE OF FREEDOM VIBRATION Deterministic Vibration Response to Random Loads Periodic Structures Inverse Vibration Random Eigenvalues Concluding Summary Problems CONTINUOUS SYSTEM VIBRATION Deterministic Continuous Systems SturmLiouville Eigenvalue Problem Deterministic Vibration Random Vibration of Continuous System Beams with Complex Loading Concluding Summary Problems RELIABILITY Introduction First Excursion Failure Fatigue Life Prediction Concluding Summary Problems NONLINEAR DYNAMIC MODELS Examples of Nonlinear Vibration Fundamental Nonlinear Equations Statistical Equivalent Linearization Perturbation Methods The van der Pol Equation Markov Process Based Models Concluding Summary Problems NONSTATIONARY MODELS Some Applications Envelope Function Model Nonstationary Generalizations Priestley's Model SDoF Oscillator Response Multi DoF Oscillator Response Nonstationary and Nonlinear Oscillator Concluding Summary Problems THE MONTE CARLO METHOD Introduction Random Number Generation Joint Random Numbers Error Estimates Applications Concluding Summary Problems FLUID INDUCED VIBRATION Ocean Currents and Waves Fluid Forces  In General Examples Available Numerical Codes Index.
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TA169 .B464 2005  Unknown 
 Benaroya, Haym, 1954
 2nd ed.  New York ; [Great Britain] : Marcel Dekker, c2004.
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 Book — xvii, 712 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 CDROM.
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 Introduction and Background. Some Mathematics. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: An Introduction to Discrete Models. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Discrete Models with Damping. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Advanced Topics. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Probabilistic Forces. Vibration Control. Variational Principles. Multi Degree of Freedom Vibration. Multi Degree of Freedom Vibration: Advanced Topics. Continuous Models for Vibration. Continuous Models for Vibration: Advanced Models. Nonlinear Oscillation. Index.
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QA935 .B36 2004  Unknown 
 Benaroya, Haym, 1954
 Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Prentice Hall, c1998.
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 Book — xvi, 511 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 Introduction and Background.
 1. Some Mathematics.
 2. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: An Introduction to Discrete Models.
 3. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Discrete Models with Damping.
 4. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Probabilistic Models of Forces.
 5. Single Degree of Freedom Vibration: Control.
 6. Principle of Virtual Work and Lagrange's Equation.
 7. Multi Degree of Freedom Vibration.
 8. Continuous Models for Vibration. Index.
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QA935 .B36 1998  Available 
 BarAvi, Patrick, 1959
 Exton, Pa. : Swets & Zeitlinger Publishers, 1997.
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 Book — 169 p.
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This monograph provides a general background to the modelling of a special class of offshore structures known as compliant structures. External forcing is resisted by buoyancy and tension forces which become very large when the structure is slightly offset from its equilibrium. The technical development is presented in such a way as to demonstrate the generality of the modelling, and to apply the techniques to the following: articulated towers; tension leg platforms; and submerged pipes with internal flow. There is also a preliminary chapter on the theoretical basis for all the models, the variational formulation of the governing equations known as Hamilton's Principle. Background is provided on linear wave theory and the deterministic and random modelling of ocean wave forces. A brief review of the literature introduces the chapters and details of the formulation are provided, allowing the software codes used to generate the results to be obtained.
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TC1700 .B37 1997  Available 
 Mottaghi, Sohrob.
 Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (255 pages) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Introduction
 Review of Literature in VortexInduced Oscillations
 The Fluid Mechanics of VortexInduced Vibration
 Computational Methods and Solutions
 Introduction to Analytical Dynamics and Mechanical Vibration
 The Formalism Used in this Monograph
 VortexInduced Vibration Problems
 Experiments in Support of the Models
 Case Studies
 Concluding Discussion
 Index.
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