Vibration Engineering and Tutorial(3.0 credits)
|Course Type||:||Basic Specialized Courses|
|Class Format||:||Lecture and Exercise|
|Course Name||:||Automotive Engineering||Automotive Engineering|
|Starts 1||:||2 Spring Semester||2 Spring Semester|
|Lecturer||:||Yosuke AKATSU Designated Professor|
|In this course students will acquire the basic knowledge of vibration. This lecture focuses not only on the fundamental analysis but also on the vehicle vibration with some examples which are essential topics for vehicle engineers.
This course introduces the mathematical analysis on vibrating systems that is necessary in dynamic design analysis of machinery. Students will also solve problems related to the course topics under the guidance of the faculty. By the end of the course, students should be familiar with the analysis of single and multiple degree-of-freedom systems.
|Calculus, Analytical Dynamics, Mechanics|
|1. Introduction of the concept of vibration
2. Vibration of single degree-of-freedom systems
(2-1) Free response with a single degree of freedom
(2-2) Harmonic response with a single degree of freedom
(2-3) Forced response with a single degree of freedom
(2-4) Analysis with MATLAB in tutorial
3. Vibration of two degree-of-freedom systems
(3-1) Free & Forced Response with two degree-of-freedom model
(3-2) Lagrange's Equations
(3-3) Analysis with MATLAB in tutorial
4. Matrix Methods for multi degree-of-freedom systems
|William J.Palm III,"Mechanical Vibration" John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
(Copies available in library)
|As handed out in class.|
|Students must obtain a letter grade of C or above to pass the course.
Letter grades are assigned based on the percentages:
The semester percentile grade is based on the following breakdown:
Homework Assignments - 40%
Mid-term Exam - 30%
Final Exam - 30%
Homework assignments will be graded based on a 10 point scale. The
mid-term exam and final exam will be based on a 100 point scale.
|Office hours for the semester will be specified during the first lecture.
Questions via email are welcomed any time: email@example.com
Office:Engineering Building No.3 North-Wing, Room 235