Title of the subject: Vibrations control
Semester_of_study (WT – winter/ST – summer): WT
Learning outcomes: The student will get acquainted with the theory of vibration and its practical applications in the solution and analysis of complex mechanical systems in technical practice.
Brief content of course: Lectures: 1. Vibration characteristics. 2. Free and forced oscillation of mechanical systems. 3. Modal analysis. 4. Measurement of mechanical vibration. Linearity. Measuring chain. 5. Stochastic oscillations. Stationarity, ergodicity. Power. spectral density. Sensors, transducers, filters, sampling frequency. Operating condition monitoring. 6. Basic principles of vibration isolation. 7. Dynamic dampers (passive, semi-active, active). 8. Methods of reducing degrees of freedom of discrete models. 9. Tuning of vibrating mechanical systems. 10. Management methods. 11. Passive and semi-active suspension of vehicles. 12. Active suspension of vehicles. 13. Basics of optimization of dynamic systems. Optimization of the parameters of the controlled suspension of the vehicle. Practices: 1. Characteristic quantities describing oscillations. 2. - 3. Vibration analysis of damped mechanical systems with multiple degrees of freedom. 4. Decomposition into eigenvalues and eigenvectors. 5. Frequency characteristics of mechanical systems. 6. Controlled vibration of mechanical systems. 7. - 8. Optimization and vibration isolation of the system. 9. Vehicle suspension. 10. Digital signal processing. 11. - 13. Vibration measurement.
Literature: Du, Ch.: Modeling and Control Vibration in Mechanical Systems. Taylor & Francis, 2010 Jalili, N.: Piezoelectric-based Vibration Control. Springer, 2010 Vepa, R.: Dynamics of Smart Structures. Wiley, 2010 Wagg, D., Neild, S.: Nonlinear Vibration with Control. Springer, 2010 Zecevic, A., Siljak, D.: Control of Complex Systems. Springer, 2010