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TAM 514 - Elastodynamics and Vibrations

Fall 2021

Official Description

Review of theory of multi-degree-of-freedom systems; problems in the free and forced vibration of continuous linear elastic structures, rods, beams, membranes, plates, and three-dimensional solid and fluid bodies; Lagrangian densities, Sturm-Liouville problems, time and frequency domains, damping, Green's functions, and elastic waves; propagation and modal analysis; modeling of damping in structures; response of complex structures. Course Information: Same as AE 551. 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: TAM 412, TAM 542, and TAM 551.

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Subject Area

Mechanical Science and Engineering

Course Description

This course reviews the theory of multi-degree-of-freedom systems; problems in the free and forced vibration of continuous linear elastic structures, rods, beams, membranes, plates, and three-dimensional solid and fluid bodies; Lagrangian densities, Sturm-Liouville problems, time and frequency domains, damping, Green's functions, and elastic waves; propagation and modal analysis; modeling of damping in structures; response of complex structures.

Credit Hours

4 hours

Prerequisites

Undergraduate degree as well as TAM 412, TAM 542, and TAM 551.

TitleSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Elastodynamics and VibrationsG35569LCD41300 - 1450 T R  3100 Sidney Lu Mech Engr Bldg Alexander F Vakakis
Elastodynamics and VibrationsONL59124ONL4 -    Alexander F Vakakis