MER 486 - Vibration Engineering
 
(3 cr.) In this course, students develop a foundation in the analysis and design of free and forced single and multidegree-of-freedom systems. Applications include modeling, damping, resonance, force transmissibility, vibration absorbers, matrix formulation and modal analysis. Emphasis is placed on vibrations examples from several engineering fields. Out-of-class design problems provide students with the opportunity to apply principles taught in the classroom to realistic problems encountered by practicing engineers. In-class demonstrations supplement the theory development. Prerequisite: MER 221; Every Year, Spring
 
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