Mechanical Processes with Repeated Atten
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Om Mechanical Processes with Repeated Atten
Scientific Editor & Translator E B Kremer (St. Petersburg Mining Institute) This book is devoted to considering in the general case — using typical concrete examples — the motion of machines and mechanisms of impact and vibro-impact action accompanied by a peculiar phenomenon called “impact collapse”. This phenomenon is that after the initial collision, a sequence of repeated gradually quickening collisions of decreasing-to-zero intensity occurs, with the final establishment of protracted contact between the interacting bodies. The initiation conditions of the impact collapse are determined and calculation techniques for the quantitative characteristics of the corresponding motions are proposed. It is shown that impact collapse occurs frequently in reality.The book is intended for experts in applied mathematics, mechanics and mechanical engineering. The resulting formulas and plots are directly usable in engineering practice.Contents:Stereomechanic Theory of ImpactStereomechanic Theory and Impact CollapseImpact Interaction Between a Wall and a Free Body Moving Under Action of Known Variable ForceThe General Problem of Quasi-plastic ImpactThe Impact Interaction of Ideal Solid Body with Two-mass Elastic SystemImpact-oscillating Motions of Solid Body in Limited SpaceQuasi-plastic Impact in Systems with Essential Dry FrictionOne-dimensional Systems with a Few Impacts PairsImpact Collapse in Systems with Additional Unilateral ConstraintsReadership: Experts in applied mathematics, mechanics and mechanical engineering.Key Features:Presents an approach based on a closed form infinite series solution, thus handling time-delay systems accuratelyCovers a systematic procedure from solution to control analogous to ordinary systems without delayHighlights interesting interdisciplinary applications of the methodology in engineering and science