Flow–Induced Vibration of Power and Process Plant Components

  • ID: 2179302
  • Book
  • 478 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Flow–Induced Vibration of Power and Process Plant Components is an indispensable, single source of information on the most common flow–induced vibration problems in power and process plant components. Based on the author s own experience that most errors in engineering analysis come from confusions in the units, the book begins with a short chapter on units and dimensions.

It also provides step–by–step examples in dual US and SI units, leading to the final objective of design analysis, problem solving, diagnosis, and trouble shooting covering: Fundamentals of vibration; Acoustics and structural dynamics; Vibration of structures in quiescent fluids; Vortex–induced vibration; Turbulence–induced vibration; Impact, fatigue, and wear caused by flowinduced vibration; Acoustically induced vibration; Signal analysis and diagnostic techniques.

CONTENTS INCLUDE:

  • The kinematics of vibration and acoustics
  • Fundamentals of structural dynamics
  • Vortex–induced vibration
  • Fluid–elastic instability of tube bundles
  • Axial and leakage–flow–induced vibrations
  • Impact, fatigue and wear
  • Signal analysis and diagnostic techniques
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M. K. Au–Yang
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