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MAK 315E - Mechanical Vibrations

Course Objectives

1. To provide basic vibration engineering knowledge.
2. To introduce mathematical models and computation methods required in vibration analysis.
3. To introduce common vibration problems encountered in machinery and the ways of suppressing them.

Course Description

Basics concepts. Undamped, damped and forced vibrations of single-degree-of-freedom (d.o.f) systems. Vibration measuring instruments. Vibration isolation. Vibrations of two-d.o.f systems. Dynamic vibration absorber. Free and forced vibrations of multi-d.o.f systems. Approximate methods in natural frequency calculation. Modal analysis. Whirling motion and critical speed of shafts.

Course Coordinator
Kenan Yüce Şanlıtürk
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