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 Szeidl, György.
 Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Chapter 1. Introduction
 Chapter 2. Impact
 Chapter 3. Some vibration problems
 Chapter 4 Introduction to multidegree of freedom systems
 Chapter 5. Some problems of multidegree of freedom systems
 Chapter 6. Some special problems of rotational motion
 Chapter 7. Systems with infinite degrees of freedom
 Chapter 8. Eigenvalue problems of ordinary differential equations
 Chapter 9. Eigenvelue problems for degenerated systems of ordinary differential equations.
 Chapter 10. (This chapter will be devoted to eigenvalue problems governed by degenerated systems of ordinary differential equations.).
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 Cham : Springer, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Review of Recent Advances on Reactionless Mechanisms and Parallel Robots. Design of Reactionless Mechanisms without CounterRotations. Design of Reactionless Linkages and Robots Equipped with Balancing Assur Groups.
 Design of Reactionless Planar Parallel Manipulators with Inertia Flywheel or With BaseMounted CounterRotations. Design of Reactionless Mechanisms with CounterRotary CounterMasses. Shaking Force and Shaking Moment Balancing of Six and EightBar Planar Mechanisms. Synthesizing of Parallel Robots using Adjusting Kinematic Parameters Method.Balancing of a 3 DOFs Parallel Manipulator. Dynamic Balancing with Respect to a Given Trajectory.Dynamic Balancing and Flexible Task Execution for Dynamic Bipedal Walking Machines. Design of Reactionless Mechanisms Based on Constrained Optimization Procedure. Optimization of Dynamically Balanced 4Bar Linkages. Balancing of Planar Mechanisms Having Imperfect Joints Using Neural NetworkGenetic Algorithm (NNGA) Approach. Minimization of Shaking Force and Moment on a FourBar Mechanism Using Genetic Algorithm. Optimal Balancing of the Robotic Manipulators. Dynamics and Control of Planar, Translation and Spherical Parallel Manipulators. Dynamic Modelling and Control of Balanced Parallel Mechanisms.Controlled Biped Balanced Locomotion and Climbing. D ynamic Balancing of Mobile Robots in Simulation and Real Environments. Balancing Conditions of Planar and Spatial Mechanisms in the Algebraic Form. Static Balancing of Articulated Wheeled Vehicles by Parallelogram and Springbased Compensation.
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 Sharma, Pankaj, author.
 Singapore : Springer, [2019]
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 Book — 1 online resource : color illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
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 1. Overview.
 2. Fundamentals of Piezoceramics.
 3. Basics of FGM and FGPM.
 4. Fundamentals of DQ Method.
 5. Vibration Analysis of FGPM Beam.
 6. Vibration Analysis of FGPM annular plate.
 7. Summary and Conclusions.
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 Kochs, HansDieter.
 Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (185 pages) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 ContentPrefaceList of figuresList of tablesList of symbols and abbreviations1 Example 1: Reference example1.1 Mathematical foundation for the integration of Markov minimalcuts (MMC)1.2 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up and downstate1.3 Precise calculation of the Markov models1.4 Approximate modeling of the MMC1.5 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with the pMpapproach1.6 Equivalent DBD based on MC1.7 Results1.8 Extension1.9 Remark to deviations  Model accuracy1.10 Preliminary research and related terms and methods2 Example 2.1 and 2.2: Paralleltoseries structure2.1 Example 2.1: Multiple common cause failures (CCF)2.1.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state2.1.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC2.1.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach2.1.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC2.1.5 Results2.2 Example 2.2: Mix of sdependencies2.2.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state2.2.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC2.2.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach2.2.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC2.2.5 Results
 Chapter x 617.10.20193 Example 3.1 and 3.2: Seriestoparallel structure3.1 Example 3.1: Multiple common cause failures (CCF)3.1.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state3.1.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC3.1.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach3.1.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC3.1.5 Results3.2 Example 3.2: Mix of sdependencies3.2.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state3.2.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC3.2.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach3.2.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC3.2.5 Results4 Example 4: 4outof4 (4oo4)4.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up and downstate4.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC4.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with the pMpapproach4.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC4.5 Results5 Example 5: 3outof4 (3oo4)5.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up and downstate5.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC5.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with the pMpapproach5.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC5.5 Results6 Example 6.1 and 6.2: 2outof4 (2oo4)6.1 Example 6.1: Multiple common cause failures (CCF)6.1.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state6.1.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC
 Chapter x 717.10.20196.1.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach6.1.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC6.1.5 Results6.2 Example 6.2: Mix of sdependencies6.2.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up anddown state6.2.2 Approximate modeling of the MMC6.2.3 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with thepMp approach6.2.4 Equivalent DBD based on MC6.2.5 Results7 Example 7: 1outof4 (1oo4)7.1 Precise modeling of the MMC and the system up and downstate7.2 Approximate calculation of the MMC models with the pMpapproach7.3 Equivalent DBD based on MC7.4 Results8 Conclusion and overall assessment9 AppendixAppendix 9.1Appendix 9.2Appendix 9.3Appendix 9.4Appendix 9.5Appendix 9.6Appendix 9.710 Reference.
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5. Noise and vibration in friction systems [2015]
 Sergienko, Vladimir P., author.
 Cham : Springer, [2015]
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file; PDF.
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 Introduction. Oscillatory Processes and Vibration. Acoustic Radiation, Sound Waves and Fields. Methods of Analysis of Noise and Vibration Signals. FrictionExcited SelfOscillations. Noise and Vibration in Nonstationary Friction Processes. Materials Science Approaches to Abating Noise and Vibration in Nonstationary Friction Processes. Physiological Aspects of Human Exposure to Noise and Vibration. Conclusions.
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 Switzerland : Springer, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource (viii, 321 pages) : illustrations
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 Preface, by Josep M. FontLlagunes
 Numerical integration of underactuated mechanical systems subjected to mixed holonomic and servo constraints, by Peter Betsch, Robert Altmann, Yinping Yang
 Enhancing the Performance of the DCA When Forming and Solving the Equations of Motion for Multibody Systems, by Jeremy J. Laflin, Kurt S. Anderson, Mike Hans
 ThreeDimensional Nonlinear Shell Theory for Flexible Multibody Dynamics, by Shilei Han and Olivier A. Bauchau
 On the Frictional Contacts in Multibody System Dynamics, by Filipe Marques, Paulo Flores, Hamid M. Lankarani
 Modeling and simulation of a 3D printer based on a SCARA mechanism, by Eduardo Paiva Okabe and Pierangelo Masarati
 Structure Preserving Optimal Control of a ThreeDimensional Upright Gait, by Michael W. Koch and Sigrid Leyendecker
 RobotranYARP interface: a framework for realtime controller developments based on multibody dynamics simulations, by Timothée Habra, Houman Dallali, Alberto Cardellino, Lorenzo Natale, Nikolaos Tsagarakis, Paul Fisette and Renaud Ronsse
 WheelGround modeling in planetary exploration: From unified simulation frameworks towards heterogeneous, multitier wheel ground contact simulation, by Roy Lichtenheldt, Stefan Barthelmes, Fabian Buse, Matthias Hellerer
 InterventionAutonomous Underwater Vehicle multibody models for dynamic manipulation tasks, by R. Conti, R. Costanzi, F. Fanelli, E. Meli, A. Ridolfi and B. Allotta
 Development of a Musculotendon Model within the Framework of Multibody Systems Dynamics, by Ana R. Oliveira, Sérgio B. Gonçalves, Mamede de Carvalho, Miguel T. Silva
 Numerical and Experimental Study on Contact Force Fluctuation between Wheel and Rail Considering Rail Flexibility and Track Conditions, by Saki Ienaga, Yoshiaki Terumichi, Kazuhiko Nishimura, Minoru Nishina
 Use of Flexible Models in Extended Kalman Filtering Applied to Vehicle Body Force Estimation, by Sebastiaan van Aalst, Frank Naets, Johan Theunissen and Wim Desmet
 Design and Control of an EnergySaving Robot Using Storage Elements and Reaction Wheels, by Makoto Iwamura, Shunichi Imafuku, Takahiro Kawamoto and Werner Schiehlen
 Exploiting the equations of motion for biped robot control with enhanced stability, by Johannes Mayr, Alexander Reiter, Hubert Gattringer, Andreas Müller.
 Awrejcewicz, J. (Jan)
 2nd ed.  Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (615 pages) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Second/New Edition (in bold the new material):1 Introduction (to be updated). 2 Coupled Thermoelasticity and Transonic Gas Flow. 2.1 Coupled Linear Thermoelasticity of Shallow Shells. 2.1.1 Fundamental Assumptions. 2.1.2 Differential Equations. 2.1.3 Boundary and Initial Conditions. 2.1.4 An Abstract Coupled Problem. 2.1.5 Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions of Thermoelasticity Problems. 2.2 Cylindrical Panel Within Transonic Gas Flow. 2.2.1 Statement and Solution of the Problem. 2.2.2 Stable Vibrating Panel Within a Transonic Flow. 2.2.3 Stability Loss of Panel Within Transonic Flow. 3 Estimation of the Errors of the BubnovGalerkin Method. 3.1 An Abstract Coupled Problem. 3.2 Coupled Thermoelastic Problem Within the KirchhoffLove Model. 3.3 Case of a Simply Supported Plate Within the Kirchhoff Model. 3.4 Coupled Problem of Thermoelasticity Within a TimoshenkoType Model. 4 Numerical Investigations of the Errors of the BubnovGalerkin Method. 4.1 Vibration of a Transversely Loaded Plate. 4.2 Vibration of a Plate with an Imperfection in the Form of a Deflection. 4.3 Vibration of a Plate with a Given Variable Deflection Change. 5 Coupled Nonlinear Thermoelastic Problems. 5.1 Fundamental Relations and Assumptions. 5.2 Differential Equations. 5.3 Boundary and Initial Conditions. 5.4 On the Existence and Uniqueness of a Solution. 6 Theory with Physical Nonlinearities and Coupling. 6.1 Fundamental Assumptions and Relations. 6.2 Variational Equations of Physically Nonlinear Coupled Problems. 6.3 Equations in Terms of Displacements. 7 Nonlinear Problems of HybridForm Equations. 7.1 Method of Solution for Nonlinear Coupled Problems. 7.2 Relaxation Method. 7.3 Numerical Investigations and Reliability of the Results Obtained. 7.4 Vibration of Isolated Shell Subjected to Impulse. 7.5 Dynamic Stability of Shells Under Thermal Shock. 7.6 Influence of Coupling and Rotational Inertia on Stability. 7.7 Numerical Tests. 7.8 Influence of Damping e and Excitation Amplitude A. 7.9 SpatialTemporal Symmetric Chaos. 7.10 Dissipative Nonsymmetric Oscillations. 7.11 Solitary Waves. 8 Dynamics of Thin ElastoPlastic Shells. 8.1 Fundamental Relations. 8.2 Method of Solution. 8.3 Oscillations and Stability of ElastoPlastic Shells. 9 Mathematical Model of Cylindrical/Spherical Shell Vibrations. 9
 .1. Fundamental Relations and Assumptions.  9
 .2. The BubnovGalerkin Method. 9.2
 .1. Closed Cylindrical Shell. 9.2
 .2. Cylindrical Panel. 9
 .3. Reliability of the Obtained Results. 9
 .4. On the Set up Method in the Theory of Flexible Shallow Shells. 9
 .5. Dynamic Stability Loss of the Shells Under the StepType Function. 10 Chaotic Vibrations of Cylindrical and Spherical Shells. 10
 .1. Novel Models of Scenarios of Transition from Periodic to Chaotic Orbits. 10
 .2. Sharkovskiy's Periodicity Exhibited by PDEs Governing Dynamics of Flexible Shells. 10
 .3. On the SpaceTemporal Chaos. 11 Mathematical Models of Chaotic Vibrations of Closed Cylindrical Shells with Circular Cross Section. 11
 .1. On the Convergence of the BubnovGalerkin (BG) Method in the Case of Chaotic Vibrations of Closed Cylindrical Shells. 11
 .2. Chaotic Vibrations of Closed Cylindrical Shells Versus Their Geometric Parameters and the Area of the External Load Action. 12 Chaotic Dynamics of Flexible Closed Cylindrical Nanoshells under Local Load. 12
 .1. Statement of the Problem. 12
 .2. Algorithm of the BubnovGalerkin Method. 12
 .3. Numerical Experiment. 13 Contact Interaction of Two Rectangular Plates Made From Different Materials Taking into Account Physical Nonlinearity. 13
 .1. Statement of the Problem. 13
 .2. Reduction of PDEs to ODEs. 13.2
 .1. Method of KantorovichVlasov (MKV). 13.2
 .3. Method of Variational Iteration (MVI). 13.2
 .4. Method of ArganovskiyBaglaySmirnov (MABS). 13.2
 .5. Combined Method (MC). 13.2
 .6. Matching of the Methods of KantorovichVlasov and ArganovskiyBaglaySmirnov (MKV+MABS). 13.2
 .7. Matching of the Methods of Vaindiner and the ArganovskiyBaglaySmirnov (MV+MABS). 13.2
 .8. Matching of the Methods of Vaindiner and the Method of Variational Iterations (MV+MVI). 13.2
 .9. Numerical Example. 13
 .3. Mathematical Background. 13.3
 .1. Theorems on Convergence of MVI. 13.3
 .2. Convergence Theorem. 13
 .4. Contact Interaction of Two Square Plates. 13.4
 .1. Computational examples. 13
 .5. Dynamics of a Contact Interaction. 14 Chaotic Vibrations of Flexible Shallow Axially Symmetric Shells vs. Different Boundary Conditions. 14
 .1. Problem Statement and the Method of Ssolution. 14
 .2. Quantification of True Chaotic Vibrations. 14
 .3. Modes of Vibrations (Simple Support). 14
 .4. Modes of Vibrations (Rigid Clamping). 14
 .5. Investigation on the Occurrence of Ribs (Simple Nonmovable Shell Support). 14
 .6. Shell Vibration Modes (Movable Clamping). 15 Chaotic Vibrations of Two EulerBernoulli Beams with a Small Clearance. 15
 .1. Mathematical Model. 15
 .2. Principal Component Analysis (PCA). 15
 .3. Numerical Experiment. 15
 .4. Application of the Principal Component Analysis. 15
 .5. Concluding Remarks. 16 Unsolved Problems in Nonlinear Dynamics of Shells. References. Index.
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 International Modal Analysis Conference (37th : 2019 : Orlando, Fla.)
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2020]
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 1. Improving an Experimental Test Bed with Timevarying Parameters for Developing Highrate Structural Health Monitoring Methods
 2. Application of Electroactive Materials Toward Health Monitoring of Structures: Electrical Properties of Smart Aggregates
 3. OutputOnly Estimation of Amplitude Dependent FrictionInduced Damping
 4. Modeling Humanstructure Interaction using Control Models When Bobbing on a Flexible Structure
 5. Identification and Monitoring of the Material Properties of a Complex Shaped Part using a FEMU3DVF Method: Application to Wooden Rhombicuboctahedron
 6. Modal Tracking on a Building with a Reduced Number of Sensors System
 7. Bayesian Damage Identification using Strain Data From Lock Gates
 8. Dynamic Tests and Technical Monitoring of a Novel Sandwich Footbridge
 9. Assessment and Control of Structural Vibration in Gyms and Sports Facilities
 10. A Large Scale SHM System: A Case Study on Prestressed Bridge and Cloud Architecture
 11. Vibration Serviceability Performance of an asBuilt Floor under Crowd Pedestrian Walking
 12. Identifying Trafficinduced Vibrations of a Suspension Bridge: A Modelling Approach Based on Full Scale Data.
 13. Floor Vibrations and Elevated Nonstructural Masess
 14. Vibration Performance of a Lightweight FRP Footbridge under Human Dynamic Excitation
 15. A Study of Suspension Bridge Vibrations Induced by Heavy Vehicles
 16. Design and Performance of a Bespoke Lively AllFRP Footbridge
 17. Convolutional Neural Networks for Realtime and Wireless Damage Detection
 18. The Influence of Truck characteristics on the Vibration Response of a Bridge
 19. Experimental Evaluation of LowCost Accelerometers for Dynamic Characterization of Bridges
 20. Theoretical and Experimental Verifications of Bridge Frequency using Indirect Method
 21. A Bayesian Inversion Approach for Site Characterization Using Surface Wave Measurements
 22. Estimating Fatigue in the Main Bearings of Wind T urbines Using Experimental Data
 23. Cointegration for Detecting Structural Blade Damage in an Operating Wind Turbine: An Experimental Study
 24. System Identification of a Fivestory Building using Seismic Strongmotion Data
 25. Structural Property Guided Gait Parameter Estimation Using FootstepInduced Floor Vibrations
 26. Why is my Coffee Cup Rattling: A Reassessment of the Office Vibration Criterion
 27. Response of a SDOF System with an Inerterbased Tuned Mass Damper Subjected to Nonstationary Random Excitation
 28. Experimental Study on Digital Image Correlation for Deep LearningBased Damage Diagnostic
 29. Dynamic Response of the Suspended on a Single Cable Footbridge
 30. Event Detection and Localization Using Machine Learning on a Staircase
 31. Footbridge Vibrations and their Sensitivity to Pedestrian Load Modelling
 32. Recreating Periodic Events: Characterizing Footsteps in a Continuous Walking Signal
 33. On Wave Propagation in Smart Buildings
 34. Parameter Study of Statistics of Modal Parameter Estimates Using Automated Operational Modal Analysis
 35. Dynamic Bridge Foundation Identification
 36. Damping Ratios of Reinforced Concrete Structures under Actual Ground Motion Excitations
 37. Launching SemiAutomated Modal Identification of the Port Mann Bridge.
9. Molecular symmetry, superrotation, and semiclassical motion : new ideas for solving old problems [2017]
 Schmiedt, Hanno, author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file.PDF.
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 New ideas to old problems  An introduction
 Part I Group theory in molecular physics
 1 Basic concepts
 2 SchurWeyl duality in molecules
 3 Reactive collisions
 Part II Extremely floppy molecules
 1 Introducing extreme floppiness
 2 Symmetry beyond perturbation theory
 3 The molecular superrotor
 4 Superrotor states and their symmetry
 5 Protonated methane
 6 Refinements and further applications
 Part III Semiclassical approach to rotational dynamics
 1 Ultrafast rotation
 2 Application to sulfur dioxide
 3 Discussion
 New ideas to old problems  A conclusion.
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 International Modal Analysis Conference (34th : 2016 : Orlando, Fla.)
 Cham : Springer, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource (viii, 340 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 1 Damage Assessment of Steel Structures Using MultiAutoregressive Model
 2. Damage Detection with Symplectic Geometry Spectrum Analysis in Changing Enviroments
 3 Compressive Sensing Strategies for Multiple Damage Detection and Localization
 4 Structural Damage Detection Through Vibrational Feature Analysis with Missing Data
 5 Damage Detection Optimization Using Wavelet Multiresolution Analysis and Genetic Algorithm
 6 A Novel Acoustoelasticbased Technique for Stress Measurement in Structural Components
 7 Nonmodelbased Damage Identification of Plates Using Curvature Mode Shapes
 8 A Machine Learning Framework for Automated Functionality Monitoring of Movable Bridges
 9 Development of an Acoustic Sensing Based Structural Health Monitoring Technique for Wind Turbine Blades
 10 Making Structural Condition Diagnostics Robust to Environmental Variability
 11 Damage Location by Maximum Entropy Method on a Civil Structure
 12 Exploring Environmental and Operational Variations in SHM Data Using Heteroscedastic Gaussian Processes
 13 Vibration Testing for Bridge Load Rating
 14 Finite Element Model Updating of French Creek Bridge
 15 Damage Detection of a Bridge Model After Simulated Ground Motion
 16 Bridge Assessment Using WeighInMotion and Acoustic Emision Methods
 17 Modelbased Estimation of Hydrodynamic Forces on the Bergsoysund Bridge
 18 Operational Modal Analysis and Model Updating of Riveted Steel Bridge
 19 Finite Element Model Updating of Portage Creek Bridge
 20 Fullscale Measurements on the Hardanger Bridge During Strong Winds
 21 MultiShaker Modal Testing and Modal Identification of HollowCore Floor System
 22 Hybrid Time/Frequency Domain Identification of Real BaseIsolated Structure
 23 The use of OMA for the Validation of the Design of the Allianz Tower in Milan
 24 Vibration Transmission Through NonStructural Partitions Between Building Floor Levels
 25 Inelastic Base Shear Reconstruction from Sparse Acceleration Measurements of Buildings
 26 Genetic Algorithm use for Internally Resonating Lattice Optimization: Case of a Beamlike Metastructure
 27 Design of Metamaterials for Seismic Isolation
 28 Transfer Length Probabilistic Model Updating In High Performance Concrete
 29 Seismic Behavior of Partially Prestressed Concrete Structures
 30 Ambient Vibration Testing of A Super Tall Building In Shanghai
 31 Ambient Vibration Testing Of Two Highly Irregular Tall Buildings In Shanghai
 32 Estimating Effective Viscous Damping and Restoring Force in Reinforced Concrete Buildings
 33 Structural Assessment of a School Building in Sankhu, Nepal Damaged Due to Torsional Response During the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake.
11. Advanced dynamics of mechanical systems [2015]
 Cheli, Federico, author.
 Cham : Springer, 2015.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxii, 818 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Nonlinear systems with 1n degrees of freedom. The dynamic behavior of discrete linear systems. Vibrations in continuous systems. Introduction to Finite Element Method. Dynamical systems subjected to force fields. Rotordynamics. Random vibrations. Techniques of identification. Index.
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 International Conference on Design and Modeling of Mechanical Systems (8th : 2019 : Hammamet, Tunisia)
 Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvi, 961 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 From assembly planning to secondary assemblys lines identification
 CAD tolerancing integration: A tool for optimal tolerance allocation
 A Computer Aided Tolerancing (CAT) tool of nonrigid cylindrical parts assemblies
 Why and how to move from SPC (Statistical Process Control) to APC (Automated Process Control)
 Proposal of a new based scenarios ecomanufacturing methodology on CAD phase
 Experimental study of vehicle noise and traffic pollution
 Design of an electronic throttle body based on a new Knowledge sharing engineering methodology.
 Yu, Wen.
 Cham : Springer, 2020.
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 Book — 1 online resource (126 pages)
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 1. Active Structure Control.
 2. Structure Models in Bidirection.
 3. Bidirectional PD/PID Control of Buliding Structures.
 4. Type2 Fuzzy PD/PID Control of Structures. 5.Discrete Time Fuzzy Sliding Mode Control.
 6. Bidirectional Active Control with Vertical Effects.
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14. Acoustics of musical instruments [2016]
 Acoustique des instruments de musique. English
 Chaigne, Antoine, author.
 New York : Springer Verlag, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Part I  Basic Equations and Oscillators.
 1. Continuous models. 1.1 Strings, membranes, bars, plates and shells. 1.2 3D acoustic waves. 1.3 Energy, intensity, power.
 2. Singledegreeoffreedom oscillator. 2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Solution with and without a source. Green's function. 2.3 Examples of free and forced oscillations. Part II  Waves and modes.
 3. Modes. 3.1 Introduction. 3.2 Time scale. Transition from wave to mode. 3.3 Definitions and basic properties of the eigenmodes.
 4. Waves. 4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Solutions without source, first reflection. 4.3 Successive reflections of waves produced by a pulse source.
 5. Dissipation and damping. 5.1 Introduction: dissipative phenomena in musical acoustics. 5.2 Generalizing the concept of mode. 5.3 Damping mechanisms in solid materials.
 6. Coupled systems. 6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Structurecavity interaction. 6.3 Coupling of piano strings.
 7. Wind Instruments: variable cross section and toneholes. 7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Pipes with variable cross section: general equations. 7.3 Pipes with cross section discontinuities: first approximation. Part III  Nonlinearities and selfoscillations.
 8. Nonlinearities. 8.1 An example of asymmetry: the interrupted pendulum. 8.2 Duffing equation. 8.3 Nonlinear vibration of strings.
 9. Reed instruments. 9.1 Background on selfsustained oscillations. 9.2 Reedinstruments models. 9.3 Behavior of the twoequation model (regimes, existence and stability, transients) without reed dynamics.
 10. Flutelike instruments. 10.1 An introduction and general description. 10.2 A global model for the instrument. 10.3 A modeling for the jet oscillation.
 11. Bowed string instruments. 11.1 Introduction. 11.2 Bowstring interaction. 11.3 Bow models. Part IV  Radiation and soundstructure interaction. 
 12. Elementary sources and multipoles. 12.1 Introduction: acoustical radiation of musical instruments. 12.2 Elementary sources. 12.3 Pulsating sphere.
 13. Radiation of vibrating structures. 13.1 Introduction. 13.2 Basic concepts in structural acoustics. 13.3 Radiation of an infinite thin plate.
 14. Radiation of complex systems. 14.1 Example of the vibraphone. 14.2 Example of the kettledrum. 14.3 Example of the guitar. Glossary. Index.
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 Cham : Springer, 2015.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxvii, 614 pages) : illustrations Digital: text file.PDF.
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 The George E. Brown, Jr., Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES): Reducing the impact of EQs and Tsunamis
 A faceted lightweight ontology for earthquake engineering research projects and experiments
 The SERIES Virtual Database: Architecture and Implementation
 The SERIES Virtual Database: Exchange Data Format and local/central databases
 Qualification of seismic research testing facilities in Europe
 Towards Faster Computations and Accurate Execution of RealTime Hybrid Simulation.Pseudodynamic testing based on nonlinear dynamic substructuring of a reinforced concrete bridge
 Geographically distributed continuous hybrid simulation tests using shaking tables
 Hybrid simulations of a piping system based on model reduction techniques
 A Support Platform for Distributed Hybrid Testing
 Substructuring for soil structure interaction using a shaking table
 On the control of shaking tables in acceleration mode
 Refined and simplified numerical models of an isolated old highway bridge for PsD testing. Assessment of the seismic behaviour of a retrofitted old R.C. highway bridge through PsD testing.Fullscale testing of modern unreinforced thermal insulation clay block masonry houses
 Assessment of innovative solutions for nonload bearing masonry enclosures
 Seismic behaviour of thinbed layered unreinforced clay masonry frames with T or Lshaped piers
 Shake Table Testing of a HalfScaled RCURM Wall Structure
 Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Torsionally Irregular RC Shear Wall Buildings with Rutherma Breakers
 Assessment of the Seismic Response of ConcentricallyBraced Steel Frames
 Shaking table test design to evaluate earthquake capacity of a 3storey building specimen composed of castinsitu concrete walls
 HighPerformance CompositeReinforced Earthquake Resistant Buildings with SelfAligning Capabilities
 Experimental Study on Seismic Performance of Precast Concrete Shear Wall with Joint Connecting Beam under Cyclic Loadings
 The importance of connections in seismic regions: Fullscale testing of a 3storey precast concrete building
 Caisson foundations subjected to seismic faulting: reducedscale physical modeling
 Development of New Infinite Element for Numerical Simulation of Wave Propagation in Soil Media
 Analysis of the dynamic behaviour of squat silos containing grainlike material subjected to shaking table tests
 ASESGRAM Final Report
 MultiBuilding Interactions and SiteCity Effect: an idealized experimental model
 Centrifuge Modeling of Dynamic Behavior of Box Shaped Underground Structures in Sand,
 Dynamic Response of Shallow Rectangular Tunnels in Sand by Centrifuge Testing,
 Centrifuge Modelling of the Dynamic Behavior of Square Tunnels in Sand
 FLIQ: Experimental Verification of Shallow Foundation Performance under EarthquakeInduced Liquefaction
 Centrifuge modelling of retaining walls embedded in saturated sand under seismic actions
 Experimental and Numerical Investigations of Nonlinearity in Soils Using Advanced Laboratoryscaled Models (ENINALS project): from a sitetest to a centrifuge model
 Damping Estimation from Seismic Records
 Development of Wireless Sensors for Shake Table and Full Scale Testing and Health Monitoring of Structures.
 Bastin, G. (Georges), 1947 author.
 Switzerland : Birkhäuser, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiv, 307 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 Hyperbolic Systems of Balance Laws. Systems of Two Linear Conservation Laws. Systems of Linear Conservation Laws. Systems of Nonlinear Conservation Laws. Systems of Linear Balance Laws. QuasiLinear Hyperbolic Systems. Backstepping Control. Case Study: Control of Navigable Rivers. Appendices. References. Index.
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 MartínezGuerra, Rafael, author.
 Cham : Springer, 2015.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxiv, 242 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: text file.PDF.
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 Control theory and synchronization
 A modelfree based proportional reducedorder observer design for the synchronization of Lorenz system. A ModelFree Sliding Observer to Synchronization Problem Using Geometric Techniques
 Experimental synchronization by means of observers
 Synchronization of an uncertain Rikitake System with parametric estimation
 Secure Communications and Synchronization via a Slidingmode Observer
 Synchronization and antisynchronization of chaotic systems: A differential and algebraic approach
 Synchronization of chaotic Liouvillian systems: An application to Chua?s oscillator
 Synchronization of Partially unknown Nonlinear Fractional Order Systems
 Generalized Synchronization via the differential primitive element
 Generalized synchronization for a class of nondifferentially flat and Liouvillian chaotic systems
 Generalized multisynchronization by means of a family of dynamical feedbacks. Fractional generalized synchronization in nonlinear fractional order systems via a dynamical feedback
 An Observer for a Class of Incommensurate Fractional Order Systems
 Appendex
 Index.
18. Poleznaia vibratsiia [1966]
 I͡Arov, Romėn.
 Moskva : Znanie, 1966.
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 Fundamentos de Teoría de Máquinas. English
 Switzerland : Springer, 2016.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xi, 409 pages) : illustrations
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 Chapter 1 Kinematic Chains
 1.1 Basic Concepts
 1.2 Definitions
 1.3 Degrees of Freedom of Mechanisms
 1.4 Kinematic Inversions
 1.5 Grashof's Criterion
 1.6 Mechanical Advantage
 1.7 Kinematic Curves
 1.8 Application of Different Mechanisms with Different Purposes
 Chapter 2 Kinematic Analysis of Mechanisms. Relative Velocity and Acceleration. Instant Centers of Rotation
 2.1 Velocity in Mechanisms
 2.2 Accelerations in Mechanisms
 2.3 Exercises with their Solutions
 Chapter 3 Analytical methods for the Kinematic Analysis of Planar Linkages. Raven's Method
 3.1 Analytical Methods
 3.2 Examples with their Solutions
 Chapter 4 Graphical and Analytical Methods for Dynamic Analysis of Planar Linkages
 4.1 Machine Statics
 4.2 Dynamic Analysis
 4.3 Dynamic Analysis. Matrix Method
 4.4 Exercises with Solutions
 Chapter 5 Balancing of Machinery
 5.1 Rotor Balancing
 5.2 Inertia Balancing of Single and MultiCylinder Engines
 5.3 Problems with Solutions
 Chapter 6 Flywheel Calculations
 6.1 Forces and Torques in Mechanisms
 6.2 General Equation of Mechanism Motion
 6.3 Working Periods of a Cyclic Machine
 6.4 Steady State
 6.5 Flywheels
 6.6 Application Examples of Flywheels
 6.7 Coefficient of Speed Fluctuation
 6.8 Design of a Flywheel
 Chapter 7 Vibrations in Systems with one Degree of Freedom
 7.1 Introduction to Oscillatory Motion
 7.2 Single Degree of Freedom (SDOF) Systems
 7.3 Free Vibrations in SDOF Systems
 7.4 Forced Vibrations in SDOF Systems
 Chapter 8 Gears
 8.1 Introduction
 8.2 Toothed Wheels (Gears)
 8.3 Condition for Constant Velocity Ratio. Fundamental Law of Gearing
 8.4 Involute Teeth
 8.5 Definitions and Nomenclature
 8.6 Involute Tooth Action
 8.7 Contact Ratio
 8.8 Relationship between Velocity Ratio and Base Circles
 8.9 Interference in Involute Gears
 8.10 Gear Classification
 8.11 Manufacturing of Toothed Wheels
 8.12 Gear Standardization
 8.13 Helical Gears
 8.14 Bevel Gears
 8.15 Force Analysis in Toothed Wheels
 Chapter 9 Gear Trains
 9.1 Classification of Gear Trains
 9.2 Ordinary Trains
 9.3 Planetary or Epicyclic Trains
 9.4 Examples
 Chapter 10 Synthesis of Planar Mechanisms
 10.1 Types of Synthesis
 10.2 Function Generation Synthesis
 10.3 Trajectory Generation Synthesis
 10.4 Optimal Synthesis of Mechanisms
 10.5 Analysis of the Objective Function
 10.6 Optimization Method Based on Evolutionary Algorithms
 10.7 Results
 Appendix I: Position Kinematic Analysis. Trigonometric Method
 I.1 Position Analysis of a FourBar Mechanism
 I.2 Position Analysis of a CrankShaft Mechanism
 I.3 Position Analysis of a Slider Mechanism
 I.4 Two Generic Bars of a Mechanism
 Appendix II: Freudenstein's Method to Solve the Position Equations in a FourBar Mechanism
 II. 1 Position Analysis of a FourBar Mechanism by using Raven's Method
 II. 2 Freudenstein's Method
 Appendix III: Kinematic and Dynamic Analysis of a Mechanism
 III. 1 Kinematic Chain
 III. 2 Slider Displacement versus Crank Rotation
 III. 4 Velocity Analysis by Relative Velocity Method
 III. 4. Instantaneous Center Method for Velocities
 III. 5 Acceleration Analysis with the Relative Acceleration Method
 III. 6 Raven's Method
 III. 7 Mass, Inertia Moments, Inertia Forces and Inertia Pairs
 III. 8. Force Analysis. Graphical Method
 III. 9 Dynamic Analysis. Matrix Method.
 Wang, Gengsheng, author.
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2016.
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 1 Controlled Periodic Equations, LQ Problems and Periodic Stabilization. 1.1 Controlled Periodic Evolution Equations. 1.2 Linear Quadratic Optimal Control Problems. 1.2.1 Finite horizon case. 1.2.2 Infinite horizon case. 1.3 Relation between Periodic Stabilization and LQ Problems. 2 Criteria on Periodic Stabilization in Infinite Dimensional Cases. 2.1 Attainable Subspaces. 2.2 Three Criterions on Periodic Feedback Stabilization. 2.2.1 Multiperiodic feedback stabilization. 2.2.2 Proof of Theorem 2
 .1. 2.3 Applications2.3.1 Feedback realization in finite dimensional subspaces. 2.3.2 Applications to heat equations. 3 Criteria on Periodic Stabilization in Finite Dimensional Cases. 3.1 Null Controllable Subspaces. 3.2 Algebraic Criterion and Application. 3.2.1 The proof of (a), (c) in Theorem 3
 .1. 3.2.2 The proof of (a), (b) in Theorem 3
 .1. 3.2.3 Decay rate of stabilized equations. 3.3 Geometric Criterion. 4 Design of Simple Control Machines. 4.1 The First Kind of Simple Control Machines. 4.2 The Second Kind of Simple Control MachinesGeneral Case. 4.3 The Second Kind of Simple Control MachinesSpecial Case.
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