Proulx, Tom.

Rotating Machinery, Structural Health Monitoring, Shock and Vibration, Volume 5 Proceedings of the 29th IMAC, A Conference on Structural Dynamics, 2011 / [electronic resource] : edited by Tom Proulx. - New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer, 2011. - X, 554 p. online resource. - Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series, 2191-5644 . - Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series, .

Development of Pretest Planning Methodologies for Load Dependant Ritz Vectors -- Spectral Analysis Methodology for Acoustical and Mechanical Measurements Relative to Hydraulic Turbine’s Generator -- Transverse Vibrations of Tapered Materially Inhomogeneous Axially Loaded Shafts -- Model Form Error of Alternate Modeling Strategies: Shell Type Wind Turbine Blades -- Operational Modal Analysis of Operating Wind Turbines: Application to Measured Data -- Amplitude Dependent Crack Characterization of Growing Fatigue Cracks -- Utilization of Localized Panel Resonant Behavior in Wind Turbine Blades -- Random Vibrations: History and Overview -- Reduction of Vibration Transmission in String Trimmers -- Insight Into Strong Motion Behavior of Large Concrete Structures Based on Low Level Response Monitoring in the Field -- Stability Monitoring of Burning Structures Based on Fire-induced Vibration Monitoring -- Application of Energy Methods in Mechanical Shock to Study Base Excited Nonlinear System Response -- Experimental Assessment of Gear Meshing Excitation Propagation Throughout Multi Megawatt Gearboxes -- An Advanced Numerical Model of Gear Tooth Loading From Backlash and Profile Errors -- A Differential Planetary Gear Model With Backlash and Teeth Damage -- Determination of Wind Turbine Operating Deflection Shapes Using Full-field 3D Point-tracking -- Dynamic Performance and Integrity Assessment of an Electricity Transmission Tower -- Operational Modal Analysis of Resiliently Mounted Marine Diesel Generator/Alternator -- Eigenvalues and Nonlinear Behaviour of Levitron® -- Optical Measurements and Operational Modal Analysis on a Large Wind Turbine: Lessons Learned. -- Operational Damage Detection of Turbine Rotors Using Integrated Blade Sensors -- Uncertainty Assessment in Structural Damage Diagnosis -- A Framework for Embedded Load Estimation From Structural Response of Wind Turbines -- A Review of Gearbox Condition Monitoring Based on Vibration Analysis Techniques Diagnostics and Prognostics -- Experimental Results of Wind Turbine Operational Monitoring With Structural and Aerodynamic Measurements -- Torsional Response of Structure with Mass Eccentricity -- Examination of a Feeling of Pulse Control Method for Cruiser-type Motorcycle -- Seeding Cracks Using a Fatigue Tester for Accelerated Gear Tooth Breaking -- Operational Modal Analysis of a Rectangular Plate Using Noncontact Acoustic Excitation -- Algorithm Hybridization for Automated Modal Identification and Structural Health Monitoring -- Fiber Optic Sensor Installation for Monitoring of 4 Span Model Bridge in UCF -- A Model of Uncertainty Quantification in the Estimation of Noise-contaminated Transmissibility Measurements for System Identification -- A Modified Whiteness Test for Damage Detection Using Kalman Filter Innovations -- Vibration Reduction of an Atomic Force Microscope in the Point of the Mechanical Design -- Modal Analysis and SHM Investigation of CX‐100 Wind Turbine Blade -- Model-based Diagnostics and Fault Assessment of Induction Motors With Incipient Faults -- Use of the Cepstrum to Remove Selected Discrete Frequency Components From a Time Signal -- A Review of Signal Processing and Analysis Tools for Comprehensive Rotating Machinery Diagnostics -- Fault Diagnosis Method Based on Fractal Theory and the Application in Wind Power System -- Simple Tools for Simulating Structural Response to Underwater Explosions -- Using Vibration Signatures Analysis to Detect Cavitation in Centrifugal Pumps -- Modes Indicate Cracks in Wind Tubine Blades -- Estimating Shock Severity -- Progress in Shock & Vibration Technology Over 80 Symposia -- Rationale for Navy Shipboard Shock & Vibration (S&V) Requirements -- Deformation and Vibration Measurement and Data Evaluation on Large Structures Employing Optical Measurement Techniques.

Rotating Machinery, Structural Health Monitoring, Shock and Vibration, Volume 5 Proceedings of the 29th IMAC, A Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics, 2011, the fifth volume of six from the Conference, brings together 35 contributions to this important area of research and engineering. The collection presents early findings and case studies on fundamental and applied aspects of Rotating Machinery, Structural Health Monitoring, as well as Shock and Vibration, along with other structural engineering areas.


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