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Course code ME 214 Course title : Mechanical Vibration. Lecture: E 214 – Tuesday - from 8:30 to 11:20 Tutorial: E 226 –Tuesday - from 11:30 to 12:20 Practical: F 205 –Tuesday - from 2:30 to 3:20 Instructor : Dr. Mohamed Mostafa Yousef Office Hours Place: E223

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Course code ME 214Course title : Mechanical Vibration

  • Lecture: E 214 – Tuesday - from 8:30 to 11:20
  • Tutorial: E226 –Tuesday - from 11:30 to 12:20
  • Practical:F205 –Tuesday - from 2:30 to 3:20
  • Instructor:Dr. Mohamed MostafaYousef
  • Office Hours Place: E223
  • Office Hours Time: Tuesday from 1230to 2
  • Assistant : Eng. AbdelrahmanRagabKhalil (Lecturer Assistant )
  • Room: E 223
  • e-mail: abdelrahman.ragab @hotmail.com
  • Office Hours: sunday from 11:30 to 2:20
  • Prerequisites : ME 212 Mechanics of Machinery
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Course Aim:

  • Course Objectives:
  • By completing this course unit, students will be able to:
  • Describe the nature of real vibration problems in engineering, and their unwanted results.
  • Explain the operating principles of common vibration measurement tools and of signal analysis techniques.
  • Describe the principles of the advanced vibration modeling and analysis techniques, e.g. frequency response functions.
  • Design Machines and structures with consideration of their oscillatory behavior.
  • Control or minimize the vibration when it is intolerable.
  • Exploit the vibration when it is desirable.
  • Analyze the vibration problems to indentify and model its principal features.
  • The design of devices such as gun recoil mechanisms, pressure-measuring transducers, seismic instruments and suspention systems.
  • Using vibration analysis in predictive and preventive maintenance of machines.
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Course Description:

    • Single and multiple degrees of freedom systems.
    • Free and forced vibrations.
    • Machine isolation.
    • Critical speeds.
    • Dynamic absorbers.
    • Vibration measurements.
    • Tensional vibrations.
    • Continuous systems
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Intended Learning outcomes:

A- Knowledge and understanding:

  • a6-I
  • Explain how to deal with oscillatory behavior of machines and structures.
  • a6-ii
  • Interpret how to control or minimize the vibration when it is intolerable.
  • a6-iii
  • Interpret how to exploit the vibration when it is desirable.
  • a6-iv
  • Identify and model the vibration problem principal features, and introduce suitable solutions according to Analysis of the vibration problems
  • a6-v
  • Describe the nature of real vibration problems in engineering, and their unwanted results.
  • a11-i
  • Explain the operating principles of common vibration measurement tools and of signal analysis techniques.
  • a11-ii
  • Describe the principles of the advanced vibration modeling and analysis techniques, e.g. frequency response functions.
  • .
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b- Intellectual skills

b1-i

Examine the performance of a mechanical system and redesign the system to improve its response characteristics.

b1-ii

Detect design parameters and indicate methods of solution for a complicated vibratory problem.

b1-iii

Detect the equations of motion from free-body diagrams.

b1-iv

Detect the governing differential equation and its solution for a vibrating mass subjected to an arbitrary force.

b1-v

Analyze any periodic function into a series of simple harmonic motions using Fourier series analysis.

b1-vi

Detect design parameters and indicate methods of solution for a complicated vibratory problem.

b3-i

Solve vibration problems that contain multiple degrees of freedom.

b3-ii

Detect from this analysis, a numerical solution and an assessment of its validity.

b3-iii

Apply the fundamental principles of mechanics and mathematical approximation to solve basic engineering problems

b3-iv

Apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering to the solution of practical linear mechanical vibration problems.

b3-v

Detect the complete solution for the motion of a single degree of freedom vibratory system (damped or undamped) that is subjected to periodic and non-periodic forcing functions.

b3-vi

Solve vibration problems that contain multiple degrees of freedom.

b3-vii

Solve for the motion and the natural frequency of (1) a freely vibrating single degree of freedom undamped motion and (2) a freely vibrating single degree of freedom damped motion.

b3-viii

Solve for the motion and the natural frequency for forced vibration of a single degree of freedom damped or undamped system.

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C-Professional and Practical Skills

c9-i

Classify the designs of devices such as pressure-measuring transducers, seismic instruments and suspention systems.

c9-ii

Examine the suitable strategy for the solutionof a practical vibration problem to improve the designe

c9-iii

Select a practiacal way to prevent or control the vibration in machines and structures.

c9-iv

Perform vibration analysis in predictive and preventive maintenance of machines to improve the performance

d- General and transferable skills

d9

Learn effectively, for the purpose of continuing professional development.

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Teaching and learning methods

I- Methods

  • Lectures
  • Laboratory work.
  • Tutorial
  • Reports

II- Instruments

  • White board presentations
  • Power Point presentations

Student assessment methods

I- Class Works:

  • Drop Quizzes.
  • Solving Assignment Problems
  • Reports

II- Written Exams:

  • Mid-term written exams.
  • Final written exams.
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List of references

“Vibration of Mechanical and Structural systems” – M. L. James, G. M. Smith, J. C. Wolford, and P. W. Whaley – Harper & Row, publishers, New York...