By Institution of Mechanical Engineers
This ebook provides the papers from the tenth foreign convention on Vibrations in Rotating equipment. This convention, first held in 1976, has outlined and redefined the cutting-edge within the many facets of vibration encountered in rotating equipment. amazing via an exceptional mixture of business and educational participation accomplished, those papers current the most recent tools of theoretical, experimental and computational rotordynamics, along the present problems with hindrance within the additional improvement of rotating machines. subject matters are aimed toward propelling ahead the factors of excellence within the layout and operation of rotating machines.
- Presents most recent equipment of theoretical, experimental and computational rotordynamics
- Covers present problems with difficulty within the additional improvement of rotating machines
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