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Emphasis of the course is not on derivation of equations but on assumptions and limitations of various analysis techniques, and guidelines on when to use which method. A number of worked out numerical examples and appropriate case studies are presented as necessary. The detailed step-by-step analysis/design example problems will serve as a useful guide for your projects. Participants will receive a comprehensive set of practical tips/ notes and a textbook as guide and study materials.
Learn how to compute the natural frequencies, mode shapes and forced-vibration response of structures and structural components. Benchmarking analytical results with test results or field data is also taught. A variety of methods for reducing excessive vibrations in new as well as existing structures are discussed (frequency separation techniques, variety of dampers, vibration absorbers (tuned-mass dampers, vibration isolators). Rotating equipment and foundations, earthquake analysis, blast and impact loads, and vibration isolation are also discussed. On the spot worked out example problems and practical case studies would be discussed and presented to illustrate vibration analysis and design. The detailed step-by-step analysis/design example problems will serve as a useful guide for your projects. Participants will receive a comprehensive set of tips/notes and a textbook as reference materials. There will also be ample opportunity to interact with the instructor and discuss their questions.
Upon completion of this program, the participant will be able to: