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Noise and Vibration (PDT 203/3): Subject Guides to Noise and Vibration

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Course Synopsis

The objective of the course is to introduce the students with the skills and knowledge in vibrations disciplines. The syllabus covers the fundamental of vibration and oscillation motion, free vibration, force vibration, transient vibration, two degree of freedom systems and multiple degree of freedom systems. The students will be well prepared towards industrial application elements such as vibration control, vibration measurement and signal analysis methods.

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