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2103433

Introduction to Mechanical

Vibration

Nopdanai Ajavakom (NAV)

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Course Topics

Introduction to Vibration

What is vibration?

Basic concepts of vibration

Modeling

Linearization

Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems

Free Vibration

Undamped

Damped

Measurement and Design Considerations

Course Topics

Forced vibration

Harmonic

Applications

Rotating Unbalance

Base Excitation

Measurement Devices

Forced vibration (more)

Periodic

Impact

Arbitrary

Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems

Vibration Isolation and Suppression

What is Vibration?

Vibration is the study of repetitive motion of relative to the reference position or frame. Examples:

Swinging pendulum

Spring mass system

Where to find vibration?

Car

Where to find vibration?

Machine

Where to find vibration?

Structure

The collapse of Tacoma Bridge

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Where to find vibration?

Structure

Earthquake

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

A vibrating system is a model consisting of

1. Elastic components

2. Inertia (mass) components

3. Damping components

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

store or release potential energy as its displacement increases or decreases.

e.g. linear spring, helical spring, thin rod, elastic torsion bar, cantilever beam etc.

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

Thin rod

Torsion bar

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

Cantilever beam

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

Combination of springs Parallel

Series

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

1. Elastic components

Proofs

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

2. Inertia components

store or release kinetic energy as velocities

increase or decrease.

e.g., mass (translation), mass moment of inertia (rotation)

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

3. Damping components

Dissipate energy out of system into heat or sound

e.g. shock absorber, damper, material strain

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

3. Damping components

Viscous damper

No damping

With damping

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

Summary Linear

Rotational

Elementary parts of vibrating systems

Exercises

Find the equivalent single stiffness representation of

the five-spring system shown in the figure.

Modeling of Vibration Systems

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Modeling of Vibration Systems

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Modeling of Vibration Systems

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Modeling of Vibration Systems

Wing flutters due to excitation e.g. from wind

Simplify the model of the wing as a beam

Continuous system with structural stiffness and damping

Physical model turns into a math model with a governing partial differential equation

Simplify more and make the mass “lumped” together

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Modeling of Vibration Systems

A reciprocating engine is mounted on a foundation as shown. The unbalanced forces developed in the engine are transmitted to the frame and the foundation. An elastic pad is placed between the

engine and the foundation block to reduce the transmission of

vibration. Develop the physical model.

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Degree of Freedom (DOF)

Degree of freedom (DOF): The minimum number of independent coordinates required to determine all positions of all parts of a system at any time.

Single degree of freedom systems

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Degree of Freedom (DOF)

Two degrees of freedom systems

Three degrees of freedom systems

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Degree of Freedom (DOF)

Infinite degree of freedom systems (continuous systems, distributed systems)

By increasing number of degrees of freedom

• More accurate result

• More complexity

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Mathematical Model

Equation of Motion (EOM)

Math modeling to find the equation that describe the motion of our system. In our class, it is a linear second

order differential equations…called “Equation of Motion,”

EOM Procedures (1) Define coordinates and their positive directions Note the degrees of freedom (DOF) Write geometric constraints (2) Write necessary kinematic relations

(3) Draw free-body diagram

(4) Apply Newton’s 2 nd law on the free body (5) Combine all relations

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Mathematical Model

Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 1: Spring mass system Find the EOM of the mass attached to a spring as shown.

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Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 2: Hanging mass Find EOM of the system

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Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 3: Pendulum Find EOM of the system

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Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 4: 2-DOF system

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Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 4: 2-DOF system

Ans

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Equation of Motion (EOM)

Example 5: Pulley and mass system

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Linearization

Consider the EOM of a simple pendulum

It is non-linear, which is difficult to solve by hand for the exact solution. To make it simpler to solve, we linearize it into this form.

where

How to linearize?

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Linearization

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Linearization

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Linearization

Example 6: Accelerator

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Linearization

Example 7: Pendulum Mechanism

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