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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY TENNESSEE STATE UNIVERSITY COURSE DESCRIPTION FOR ME 4700-80- VIBRATIONS SEMESTER: SPRING 2014

_____ INSTRUCTOR: H. H !"#$ #%&

A. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION Undamped and damped vibrations with one and two degrees of freedom, transient vibration in one degree of freedom systems, Methods of solution for free and forced vibrations of systems with multi degrees of freedom, vibration of distributed system, and design and experimental considerations. B. COURSE OB'ECTIVES The main objective of this course is to present the theoretical and the experimental principles of mechanical vibrations so that the students gain practical understanding of this field. C. PRERE(UISITES The student must have a grade of “ ! or better in M"T# $%$ & "pplied Mathematics and '()* +,+ .ynamics. D. COMPETENCIES STUDENTS ARE E)PECTED TO MASTER "fter successful completion, students are expected to be proficient in the following areas: ,. +. $. 1. 2. 4. 5. 6. 7. ,%. ,,. ,+. ,$. ,1. ,2. Mathematical modeling of linear components for dynamic systems /ree vibration analysis for damped single&degree&of&freedom systems 0tability of transient response for damped single&degree&of&freedom systems /orced vibration of a damped single&degree&of&freedom systems subjected to harmonic input. .etermination of parameters for single&degree&of&freedom systems using experimental techni3ues .etermination of response for single&degree&of&freedom systems subjected to periodic inputs .etermination of response for single&degree&of&freedom systems subjected to non&periodic inputs /ree vibration analysis for a undamped multi&degree&of&freedom systems /orced vibration analysis for a multi&degree&of&freedom systems .esign consideration and vibration control /ree vibration analysis for simple continuous systems. /orced vibration analysis for simple continuous systems. /undamentals of 'xperimental techni3ues /undamentals of damping treatments 8rinciples of active vibration controls

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!%.%* * -1%*%. 3&% 2001-200C.2: 1. T4+ M"# T%1! %7 !* C.DAG C0G 20G 810G .. INSTRUCTOR@S INFORMATION N !%: H. I. R. H+!%4+15 **"2. H !"#$ #%& O.100G 80 . F".% L+.+1! .3 41"33%.8AG 70 .+//+4%#.#%121 #9 3% C 3 /+2 4"// 6% .BAG 0 .2< 693 B%/+4 E7-%.2F 74$&2$65 E-MAIL: && !"#$ #%&I3.".% A6+0% A0%1 2% P%1. .+1 % . / %7 ! G1 #% A B C D F S..3+1= P%1.".7AG B0 .+1! . .+1! .3%# A0%1 2% P%1.%HV+".: ET 1CB T%/%-&+. #omewor@ and other assignments are due on the dates indicated. H. 3"+.#"..%**"0% 6*%..*3 3%.+1! .G1 #". E7.+1% R ..2% A0 . -1+>%.2 P%1.* 3"*.% P **"."..%! "/: E4.. POLICY ON E)CESSIVE ABSENCES T&% P+/".3%# ". U.% A0%1 2% P%1. D%*"2.% H+!%4+15: "ll homewor@ is to be completed using the scientific problem solving method. "ll homewor@ is to be submitted in the classroom onlyD no late homewor@ will be accepted.= +..3* 2.% U.+1! .% O93*3 .%#9 OFFICE HOURS MONDAY A:C0 3+ 12:C0 PM TUESDAY A:C0 3+ 12:C0 PM EEDNESDAY 10:00-12:00 PM THURSDAY A:C0 3+ 12:C0 PM FRIDAY $ . 1%-+13 4.& %7 !: C0G 20G S"2.