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Vibration (EPT 415/3): Subject Guides to Vibration

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Subject Guides to Vibration

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Course Synopsis

The concept of vibration with respect to one-degree-of-freedom and second degree-of freedom, vibration transition, continuity system and instrumentation for measuring vibration are studied. At the end of the course, students should be able to solve problems related to various mechanical systems.

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