The Shock and Vibration Digest. Volume 7, Number 12, December 1975.
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C SHOCK AND VIBRATION INFORMATION CENTER
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The volume was edited by W. D. and B. F. Pilkey and is intended as an aid in selecting the best possible software for problems in this area. Details on the availability of all programs are given. Both special purpose and general purpose programs are considered. Included are programs for rotating machinery, piping, shells, fluid structure interaction, test data reduction and processing, random vibration, noise prediction, vehicle simulation, crash simulation, off-shore structures, frames, grillages, cables, spacecraft structures, transfer function analyses, bond graph analyses, liquid propellant analysis, optimal design, thermal shock, mechanism design, seismic analyses, fracture and fragmentation, eigenvalue extraction routines, and more.