Date

1961

Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Science

Department

Mechanical Engineering

First Adviser

Beer, Ferdinand P.

Abstract

The dynamic response of physical systems has become of sufficient importance to draw considerable effort in research. Attention has been given only to the static response. This meant specifying only an amplification factor for constant excitation or an amplification factor and phase angle for periodic excitation. This shift toward more emphasis upon the dynamic response has been brought about by the greater apllication of automatic control which is dependent upon the dynamic response.

Comments

Former department name: Engineering Mechanics

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