Shock and Vibration Technical Design Guide. Volume 3. Related Technologies, Book 2 of 2
Rept. for Oct 1966-Jul 1968
HUGHES AIRCRAFT CO FULLERTON CA ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING DEPT
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The objective of this volume is to present a compilation of the various Mechanical Engineering disciplines that make up the experience of the Structural Engineer. This compendium relates these diverse areas of technical knowledge to the general problem of dynamic integrity in the equipment system. For convenience, the eleven chapters of Volume III are organized into three categories those subjects dealing with the analytical aspect of structural dynamics those subjects concerned with the validation of the equipment system and the accumulation of dynamic data and those subjects dealing with the execution of the equipment package. Each chapter is a complete treatise, having its own terminology, selected bibliography, and handbook-type information to support the technology. Each chapter also relates to the general problem of shock and vibration, and illustrates the utility of the speciality in improving structural reliability. In all chapters, the information is presented in the language of the Mechanical Engineer and stresses the structural design and execution aspects of the equipment packaging problem.
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