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Course Code MEC406 Course Category Course Title MECHANICAL VIBRATION Courses with Numerical focus Course Planner 15880::Hitesh Dhingra Lectures 3.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 1.0 0.0 4.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Mechanical vibration Author Thammaiah Gowda, Jagadeesha T and D V Girish Edition 1st Year 2012 Publisher Name Tata McGraw Hill

Reference Books Sr No R-1 R-2 Title Mechanical Vibrations Mechanical vibration Author V.P.Singh S. S. Rao Edition 9th 4th Year 2007 2003 Publisher Name Dhanpat Rai Pearson

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) http://www.nptel.iitm.ac.in/courses/Webcourse-contents/IIT%20Guwahati/ve/index.htm Salient Features Lecture Notes

LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 7 3

Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings, Lecture Description Relevant Websites, Audio Visual Aids, software and Virtual Labs Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc. Planned

Week 1

Lecture 1

Introduction to Vibration Students learn the Discussion on the and its effects effects of vibration and Vibrations and its causes of vibrations effects

Week 1

Lecture 1

T-1:Article 1.4 R-1:Article 1.5 and 1.8 T-1:Article 1.10-1.11 and Article 1.14 R-1:Article 1.9 and1.13

Student come to know about the different terms related to a vibrating system

Description about Student learn how to Discussion on the topic Harmonic motion, its find resultant of two or properties and procedure more harmonic motions to add two or more harmonic motions both analytically as well as graphically Description about Student learn how to Discussion on the topic Harmonic motion, its find resultant of two or properties and procedure more harmonic motions to add two or more harmonic motions both analytically as well as graphically Description about Periodic Motion and its properties Description about Periodic Motion and its properties What are inertia elements and their properties Student learn about Discussion on the topic different properties of a periodic motion Student learn about Discussion on the topic different properties of a periodic motion Student learn about diferent inertia elements and their importance in a vibrating system Student learn about stiffness elements and their different combinations Discussion on the topic

Lecture 2

Fundamentals of Vibration (Periodic motion) Lecture 3 Fundamentals of Vibration (Periodic motion) Fundamentals of Vibration(Inertia Elements)

T-1:Article 1.10 R-1:Article 1.9 T-1:Article 1.10 R-1:Article 1.9 T-1:Article 1.5 R-2:Article 1.8

video showing effect of stiffness elements, inertia elements,relation between Potential and Kinetic Energies video showing effect of stiffness elements, inertia elements,relation between Potential and Kinetic Energies Discussion on the topic

Week 2

Lecture 4

Fundamentals of Vibration (Dissipation Elements) Lecture 5 Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems(Vibration model)

T-1:Article 1.7 R-2:Article 1.9 T-1:Article 2.1-2.3 R-1:Article 2.2 R-2:Article 2.2-2.5 RW-1

Discussion on dampers and their properties Description about different types of vibration model and how to make them

Student learn about different properties of dissipation elements Student learn how to make a model of vibrating body for analysis

Week 2

Lecture 5

RW-1

Discussion on what are Student learn how to Solving Derivation on equations of motion and write equations of white board their importance motion for different vibrating systems using different methods Importance of natural frequency is discussed along with methods to find it What is coulomb damping and its use Student learn about natural frequency and different methods of finding it Discussion on the topic

Lecture 6

Free Vibration of Single Degree of T-1:Article 2.12-2.13 Freedom Systems(Natural R-2:Article 2.1-2.3 frequency) Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems(Coulomb damping) Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems(Structural damping) T-1:Article 3.9 R-1:Article 3.2 R-2:Article 2.7 T-1:Article 3.10 R-1:Article 3.2 R-2:Article 2.8

Week 3

Lecture 7

Student will learn about Discussion on the topic coulomb damping and its applications Student will learn about Discussion on the topic structural damping and its applications Student will come to Discussion on the topic know about different types of damping available and their uses Student learn about viscous damping and solving differential equation for the given problem Solving Derivation on white board

Free Vibration of Single Degree of T-1:Article 3.9-3.12 Freedom Systems(Types of R-1:Article 3.2 Damping) Lecture 8 Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems(Viscously damped free vibration) T-1:Article 3.1-3.5 R-1:Article 3.1-3.3 R-2:Article 2.6 RW-1

Description about different types of damping Description about viscous damping, its differential equation and solution What is damping ration and its properties

Student learn about Solving Derivation on damping ratio and white board effects of different values of damping ratio on a vibrating system Student learn about Solving Derivation on damping ratio and white board effects of different values of damping ratio on a vibrating system Student learn what is Logrithmic decrement and its significance as well as how to derive an expression of it Student will learn how to find response of a system under Harmonically forced vibrations Solving Derivation on white board

Lecture 9

Week 4

Lecture 10

Lecture 11

RW-1

Week 4

Lecture 12

T-1:Article 4.3

Lecture about Student will learn what Solving Derivation on magnification factor and is magnification factor white board its properties and its different properties under different vibrating conditions RW-1 Description about rotating unbalance and its effects along with expression of response Student learn about Discussion on the topic effects and causes of rotating unbalance and how to find response of a system vibrating under rotating unbalance Student will learn about Solving Derivation on the concept of support white board motion in a vibrating body and also derive its expression for different cases

Week 5

Lecture 13

Lecture 14

RW-1

Discussion about the concept of support motion and its different cases with derivation

Lecture 15

T-1:Article 3.8

Description about the Student will learn to Solving Derivation on energy dissipation during obtain an expression for white board damping the energy dissipated during damping under different conditions Description about Student learn about coulomb damping and its coulomb damping and effects its effects under different conditions What is Vibration Isolation and how it is done Force Transmissibility and its effects on a vibrating system Student learn about vibration isolation and its various methods Discussion on the topic

Forced Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems(Vibration with coulomb damping) Week 6 Lecture 16

Forced Vibration of Single Degree T-1:Article 4.10-4.11 of Freedom Systems(Vibration and 4.14 Isolation) R-1:Article 4.6-4.7 Forced Vibration of Single Degree T-1:Article 4.10-4.11 of Freedom Systems(Force R-1:Article 4.6-4.7 Transmissibility)

Student will learn what Solving Derivation on is Force white board Transmissibilty, its derivation and how to solve problems based on it Student will learn about Solving Derivation on Motion Isolation and its white board effects as well as obtain an expression for it

Lecture 17

Forced Vibration of Single Degree T-1:Article 4.12-4.13 of Freedom Systems(Motion Isolation) Forced Vibration of Single Degree T-1:Article 4.12-4.13 of Freedom Systems(Motion Transmissibility)

Motion Transmissibility Student will learn what Solving Derivation on and its effects on a is Motion white board vibrating system Transmissibilty, its derivation and how to solve problems based on it Test 1

Lecture 18

Week 7

Lecture 19

What is Vibration Student will come to Discussion on the topic Measurement and how it know about vibration is done measurement and what parameters of vibration can be measured using different instruments How to use Vibrometer Student learn how to for measuring vibrations measure vibrations using vibrometer Solving Derivation on white board

T-1:Article 5.1-5.3 R-1:Article 4.11 R-2:Article 10.3.110.3.2 T-1:Article 5.1-5.3 R-1:Article 4.11 R-2:Article 10.3.110.3.2

Lecture 20

Forced Vibration of Single Degree T-1:Article 5.5 of Freedom Systems(Whirling of R-1:Article 4.14-4.15 Shaft)

Description about whirling of shaft and finding expression of amplitude for it Spill Over

Student will learn about Solving Derivation on whirling of shaft, its white board related derivation also how to solve the problems

Lecture 21

MID-TERM

Week 8 Lecture 22 Two Degree of Freedom System (Introduction) T-1:Article 6.1 R-1:Article 5.1 R-2:Article 5.1 T-1:Article 6.2 R-1:Article 5.2-5.6 R-2:Article 5.2-5.4 and 5.6 T-1:Article 6.2 R-1:Article 5.2-5.6 R-2:Article 5.2-5.4 and 5.6 T-1:Article 6.4 R-1:Article 5.7 R-2:Article 5.7 T-1:Article 6.5 R-1:Article 5.8 R-2:Article 5.5 Introduction to two degree of freedom systems Procedure to find natural frequency and principal and normal modes of vibration Procedure to find natural frequency and principal and normal modes of vibration Procedure to solve problems for Degenerating and Semi Definite systems Description and derivation for Coordinate couplig, Combined modes Student will learn what Discussion on the topic is a two degree of freedom system and how they are identified Student will learn how Discussion on the topic to solve vibrational problems of simple two degree freedom problem Student will learn how Discussion on the topic to solve vibrational problems of simple two degree freedom problem Student will learn what Solving Derivation on degenerating systems white board are and what is their importance Student will learn about Solving Derivation on combined rectilinear white board and angular modes and will be able to solve problems based on it

Lecture 23

Lecture 24

Week 8

Lecture 24

T-1:Article 6.13

Student will learn about Discussion on the topic coordinate coupling and will be able to solve problems for different cases of coupling Student will learn how to obtain equation of motion for a system using lagranges equation Discussion on the topic

Week 9

Lecture 25

Lecture 26

T-1:Article 6.7 R-1:Article 5.9 and 5.11 T-1:Article 6.7 R-1:Article 5.9 and 5.11

Introduction to Vibration Student will learn about Discussion on the topic absorber vibration absorber and its applications Derivation for Frahm Vibration absorber Student will learn about Solving Derivation on derivation and working white board of Frahm Vibration absorber and its conditions for effectiveness

Multi Degree of Freedom Systems (Introduction) Multi Degree of Freedom Systems (Influence coefficient) T-1:Article 7.1 and 7.3-7.4 R-1:Article 6.1-6.2 R-2:Article 6.1-6.2 and 6.4

Spill Over Test 2 Introduction to Multi Degree of freedom systems and procedure to find influence coefficients will be discussed Description of procedure to find Flexibility coefficients and flexibility matrix Description of procedure to find Flexibility coefficients and flexibility matrix Description about different approaches to use eigen values and eigen vectors for calculating natural frequency and mode shapes Demonstration about Orthogonality Principle and its application Student will understand Discussion on the topic how to find influence coefficients and what is their importance in finding natural frequency of multi degree freedom system Student will be able to find flexibility coefficients and write flexibility matrix Student will be able to find flexibility coefficients and write flexibility matrix Student will learn different methods of using eigen values and eigen vectors for calculating Natural frequency and mode shapes Student will learn how to use orthogonality principle in matrix iteration method Discussion on the topic

Multi Degree of Freedom Systems (Flexibility Coefficient and flexibility matrix) Lecture 30 Multi Degree of Freedom Systems (Flexibility Coefficient and flexibility matrix) Multi Degree of Freedom Systems (Eigen Value and Eigen Vector Problem)

T-1:Article 7.3-7.4 R-1:Article 6.2 R-2:Article 6.4 T-1:Article 7.3-7.4 R-1:Article 6.2 R-2:Article 6.4 T-1:Article 7.6 R-1:Article 6.11 R-2:Article 6.9-6.10

Week 11

Lecture 31

Lecture 32

Week 11

Lecture 32

Description of procedure to find natural frequencies and mode shapes using matrix iterations Description of procedure to find natural frequencies and mode shapes using matrix iterations Demonstration about Orthogonality Principle and its application Derivation of dunkerley equation

Student will be able to Discussion on the topic find natural frequencies and mode shapes of multi degree freedom system using matrix iterations Student will be able to Discussion on the topic find natural frequencies and mode shapes of multi degree freedom system using matrix iterations Student will learn how to use orthogonality principle in matrix iteration method Student will learn how to derive Dunkerley Equation and how to find natural frequency using it Discussion on the topic

Lecture 33

Week 12

Lecture 34

Lecture 35

Introduction to Continuous system and derivation of general solution for a vibrating string

Student will learn about Solving Derivation on continuous system and white board its properties Also student will be able to make solution for such a system depending on given conditions Student will be able to Solving Derivation on make solution for such white board a system depending on given conditions

Lecture 36

Week 13

Lecture 37 Lecture 38 Lecture 39 Vibration of Continuous Systems (Torsional Vibration of rods) Vibration of Continuous Systems (Euler equation for beams) T-1:Article 9.4-9.5 R-1:Article 7.4-7.5

Spill Over Solution for Torsional Student will be able to Solving Derivation on Vibration of rods and make solution for such white board Euler equation of beams a system depending on given conditions Solution for Torsional Student will be able to Solving Derivation on Vibration of rods and make solution for such white board Euler equation of beams a system depending on given conditions Solution for Torsional Student will be able to Solving Derivation on Vibration of rods and make solution for such white board Euler equation of beams a system depending on given conditions

Week 14

Lecture 40

Lecture 41

Week 14

Lecture 42

Solution for Torsional Student will be able to Solving Derivation on Vibration of rods and make solution for such white board Euler equation of beams a system depending on given conditions

SPILL OVER

Week 15 Lecture 43 Lecture 44 Lecture 45 Spill Over Spill Over Spill Over

Component Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20

AT No. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 4/6

Test 1

Fundamentals of Vibration : Modeling of vibration systems, Individual Vibration terminology, Harmonic motion, Periodic motion, Inertia Elements, Stiffness Elements, Dissipation Elements Free Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems : Vibration model, Equations of motion, Natural frequency, Viscously damped free vibration, Damping ratio, Logarithmic decrement, Coulomb damping, Structural damping, Types of Damping Forced Vibration of Single Degree of Freedom Systems : Harmonically Forced Vibration, Magnification factor, Rotating and reciprocating unbalance Vibration Measuring Instruments, Vibrometer, Accelerometer, Whirling of Shaft Two Degree of Freedom System : Introduction, Principal and Normal modes of Vibration, Degenerating system, Combined rectilinear and angular modes, Langrange method, Vibration Absorber, Frahm Vibration Absorber, Coordinate Coupling Individual

Step Marking

Test 2

Step Marking

8 / 10

Test 3

Multi Degree of Freedom Systems : Introduction, Influence Individual coefficient, Flexibility Coefficient and flexibility matrix, Eigen Value and Eigen Vector Problem, Matrix iteration method, Orthogonality Principle, Dunkerley's Method Vibration of Continuous Systems : Vibrating String, Longitudinal Vibration of Rods.

StepbMarking

10 / 12

Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)

Tutorial No. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

Addition of Harmonic Motion Work done by Harmonic Force Natural Frequency of Undamped Single Degree of Freedom System Natural Frequency of Damped Single Degree of Freedom System Harmonically Forced Vibration, Magnification factor, Rotating and reciprocating unbalance

Logrithmic Decrement, Damping Ratio Amplitude Ratio Problem solving Problem solving

Support motion, Forced Energy dissipated by damping, Problem solving Vibration with coulomb damping, Vibration Isolation rgy dissipated by damping, Vibration with coulomb damping, Vibration Isolation, Force Transmissibility, Motion Isolation, Motion Transmissibility, Frequency Response Curve, Vibration Measuring Instruments,Vibrometer, Accelerometer, Whirling of Shaft Problem solving

After Mid-Term

Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12 Tutorial 13 Tutorial 14 Principal and Normal modes of Vibration, Degenerating Problem solving system Combined rectilinear and angular modes, Langrange method Frahm Vibration Absorber,Influence coefficient, Flexibility Coefficient and flexibility matrix Eigen Value and Eigen Vector Problem Matrix iteration method,Orthogonality Principle Vibrating String, Longitudinal Vibration of Rods Torsional Vibration of rods, Euler equation for beams Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving

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