nonlinear vibration

nonlinear vibration

[′nän‚lin·ē·ər vī′brā·shən]
(mechanics)
A vibration whose amplitude is large enough so that the elastic restoring force on the vibrating object is not proportional to its displacement.
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Fifty-eight papers from the May 2013 symposium report research results on analytical approaches to nonlinear vibration, damage assessment of structures, simulation techniques, biomechanics, environmental and occupational noise, and isolation of structural vibration.
Analytical evaluation of the nonlinear vibration of coupled oscillator systems, Zeitschrift fur Naturforschung A-A, J.
Following presentation of introduction and background, chapters cover single degree-of-freedom vibration in terms of discrete models, discrete models with damping, general loading and advanced topics, probabilistic loading, and control; variational principles and analytical dynamics; multi degree-of-freedom vibration; continuous models for vibration; and nonlinear vibration.
The accuracy of the results shows that the MMA and IAFF can be potentially used for the analysis of strongly nonlinear vibration problems with high accuracy.
A comprehensive account of the main applications is provided, covering dynamic testing and the extraction of the modal parameters of nonlinear vibration systems, including the initial elastic and damping force characteristics.
Many researchers have addressed the nonlinear vibration behavior of beams, theoretically [3-6].
Nonlinear vibrations and stability of flat rods and shells.
He is the author of technical papers covering a range of topics that includes nonlinear vibrations, automotive engine mount design, vehicular accident analysis methodologies, and tire forces.
Stoker, Nonlinear vibrations in mechanical and electrical systems, New York: Interscience, 1950.
Stoker, Nonlinear vibrations, Interscience, New York, 1950.