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Alan Jeary
出版情報: London : E & FN Spon, 1997  vii, 235 p. ; 24 cm
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Anil K. Chopra
出版情報: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, c2007  xxxiv, 876 p. ; 25 cm
シリーズ名: Prentice-Hall international series in civil engineering and engineering mechanics
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Foreword
Preface
Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
Acknowledgments
Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems / Part I:
Equations of Motion, Problem Statement, and Solution Methods / 1:
Simple Structures / 1.1:
Single-Degree-of-Freedom System / 1.2:
Force-Displacement Relation / 1.3:
Damping Force / 1.4:
Equation of Motion: External Force / 1.5:
Mass-Spring-Damper System / 1.6:
Equation of Motion: Earthquake Excitation / 1.7:
Problem Statement and Element Forces / 1.8:
Combining Static and Dynamic Responses / 1.9:
Methods of Solution of the Differential Equation / 1.10:
Study of SDF Systems: Organization / 1.11:
Stiffness Coefficients for a Flexural Element / Appendix 1:
Free Vibration / 2:
Undamped Free Vibration / 2.1:
Viscously Damped Free Vibration / 2.2:
Energy in Free Vibration / 2.3:
Coulomb-Damped Free Vibration / 2.4:
Response to Harmonic and Periodic Excitations / 3:
Viscously Damped Systems: Basic Results / Part A:
Harmonic Vibration of Undamped Systems / 3.1:
Harmonic Vibration with Viscous Damping / 3.2:
Viscously Damped Systems: Applications / Part B:
Response to Vibration Generator / 3.3:
Natural Frequency and Damping from Harmonic Tests / 3.4:
Force Transmission and Vibration Isolation / 3.5:
Response to Ground Motion and Vibration Isolation / 3.6:
Vibration-Measuring Instruments / 3.7:
Energy Dissipated in Viscous Damping / 3.8:
Equivalent Viscous Damping / 3.9:
Systems with Nonviscous Damping / Part C:
Harmonic Vibration with Rate-Independent Damping / 3.10:
Harmonic Vibration with Coulomb Friction / 3.11:
Response to Periodic Excitation / Part D:
Fourier Series Representation / 3.12:
Response to Periodic Force / 3.13:
Four-Way Logarithmic Graph Paper / Appendix 3:
Response to Arbitrary, Step, and Pulse Excitations / 4:
Response to Arbitrarily Time-Varying Forces
Response to Unit Impulse / 4.1:
Response to Arbitrary Force / 4.2:
Response to Step and Ramp Forces
Step Force / 4.3:
Ramp or Linearly Increasing Force / 4.4:
Step Force with Finite Rise Time / 4.5:
Response to Pulse Excitations
Solution Methods / 4.6:
Rectangular Pulse Force / 4.7:
Half-Cycle Sine Pulse Force / 4.8:
Symmetrical Triangular Pulse Force / 4.9:
Effects of Pulse Shape and Approximate Analysis for Short Pulses / 4.10:
Effects of Viscous Damping / 4.11:
Response to Ground Motion / 4.12:
Numerical Evaluation of Dynamic Response / 5:
Time-Stepping Methods / 5.1:
Methods Based on Interpolation of Excitation / 5.2:
Central Difference Method / 5.3:
Newmark's Method / 5.4:
Stability and Computational Error / 5.5:
Analysis of Nonlinear Response: Central Difference Method / 5.6:
Analysis of Nonlinear Response: Newmark's Method / 5.7:
Earthquake Response of Linear Systems / 6:
Earthquake Excitation / 6.1:
Equation of Motion / 6.2:
Response Quantities / 6.3:
Response History / 6.4:
Response Spectrum Concept / 6.5:
Deformation, Pseudo-velocity, and Pseudo-acceleration Response Spectra / 6.6:
Peak Structural Response from the Response Spectrum / 6.7:
Response Spectrum Characteristics / 6.8:
Elastic Design Spectrum / 6.9:
Comparison of Design and Response Spectra / 6.10:
Distinction between Design and Response Spectra / 6.11:
Velocity and Acceleration Response Spectra / 6.12:
El Centro, 1940 Ground Motion / Appendix 6:
Earthquake Response of Inelastic Systems / 7:
Force-Deformation Relations / 7.1:
Normalized Yield Strength, Yield Strength Reduction Factor, and Ductility Factor / 7.2:
Equation of Motion and Controlling Parameters / 7.3:
Effects of Yielding / 7.4:
Response Spectrum for Yield Deformation and Yield Strength / 7.5:
Yield Strength and Deformation from the Response Spectrum / 7.6:
Yield Strength-Ductility Relation / 7.7:
Relative Effects of Yielding and Damping / 7.8:
Dissipated Energy / 7.9:
Energy Dissipation Devices / 7.10:
Inelastic Design Spectrum / 7.11:
Applications of the Design Spectrum / 7.12:
Generalized Single-Degree-of-Freedom Systems / 7.13:
Generalized SDF Systems / 8.1:
Rigid-Body Assemblages / 8.2:
Systems with Distributed Mass and Elasticity / 8.3:
Lumped-Mass System: Shear Building / 8.4:
Natural Vibration Frequency by Rayleigh's Method / 8.5:
Selection of Shape Function / 8.6:
Inertia Forces for Rigid Bodies / Appendix 8:
Multi-Degree-of-Freedom Systems / Part II:
Simple System: Two-Story Shear Building / 9:
General Approach for Linear Systems / 9.2:
Static Condensation / 9.3:
Planar or Symmetric-Plan Systems: Ground Motion / 9.4:
Unsymmetric-Plan Buildings: Ground Motion / 9.5:
Symmetric-Plan Buildings: Torsional Excitation / 9.6:
Multiple Support Excitation / 9.7:
Inelastic Systems / 9.8:
Problem Statement / 9.9:
Element Forces / 9.10:
Methods for Solving the Equations of Motion: Overview / 9.11:
Natural Vibration Frequencies and Modes / 10:
Systems without Damping / 10.1:
Modal and Spectral Matrices / 10.2:
Orthogonality of Modes / 10.4:
Interpretation of Modal Orthogonality / 10.5:
Normalization of Modes / 10.6:
Modal Expansion of Displacements / 10.7:
Free Vibration Response
Solution of Free Vibration Equations: Undamped Systems / 10.8:
Free Vibration of Systems with Damping / 10.9:
Solution of Free Vibration Equations: Classically Damped Systems / 10.10:
Computation of Vibration Properties
Solution Methods for the Eigenvalue Problem / 10.11:
Rayleigh's Quotient / 10.12:
Inverse Vector Iteration Method / 10.13:
Vector Iteration with Shifts: Preferred Procedure / 10.14:
Transformation of k[phi] = [omega superscript 2]m[phi] to the Standard Form / 10.15:
Damping in Structures / 11:
Experimental Data and Recommended Modal Damping Ratios
Vibration Properties of Millikan Library Building / 11.1:
Estimating Modal Damping Ratios / 11.2:
Construction of Damping Matrix
Damping Matrix / 11.3:
Classical Damping Matrix / 11.4:
Nonclassical Damping Matrix / 11.5:
Dynamic Analysis and Response of Linear Systems / 12:
Two-Degree-of-Freedom Systems
Analysis of Two-DOF Systems without Damping / 12.1:
Vibration Absorber or Tuned Mass Damper / 12.2:
Modal Analysis
Modal Equations for Undamped Systems / 12.3:
Modal Equations for Damped Systems / 12.4:
Displacement Response / 12.5:
Modal Analysis: Summary / 12.6:
Modal Response Contributions
Modal Expansion of Excitation Vector p(t) = sp(t) / 12.8:
Modal Analysis for p(t) = sp(t) / 12.9:
Modal Contribution Factors / 12.10:
Modal Responses and Required Number of Modes / 12.11:
Special Analysis Procedures
Static Correction Method / 12.12:
Mode Acceleration Superposition Method / 12.13:
Analysis of Nonclassically Damped Systems / 12.14:
Earthquake Analysis of Linear Systems / 13:
Response History Analysis
Multistory Buildings with Symmetric Plan / 13.1:
Multistory Buildings with Unsymmetric Plan / 13.3:
Torsional Response of Symmetric-Plan Buildings / 13.4:
Response Analysis for Multiple Support Excitation / 13.5:
Structural Idealization and Earthquake Response / 13.6:
Response Spectrum Analysis
Peak Response from Earthquake Response Spectrum / 13.7:
Reduction of Degrees of Freedom / 13.8:
Kinematic Constraints / 14.1:
Mass Lumping in Selected DOFs / 14.2:
Rayleigh-Ritz Method / 14.3:
Selection of Ritz Vectors / 14.4:
Dynamic Analysis Using Ritz Vectors / 14.5:
Analysis of Linear Systems with Nonclassical Damping / 15:
Analysis of Nonlinear Systems / 15.3:
Equation of Undamped Motion: Applied Forces / 16:
Equation of Undamped Motion: Support Excitation / 16.2:
Modal Orthogonality / 16.3:
Modal Analysis of Forced Dynamic Response / 16.5:
Earthquake Response History Analysis / 16.6:
Earthquake Response Spectrum Analysis / 16.7:
Difficulty in Analyzing Practical Systems / 16.8:
Introduction to the Finite Element Method / 17:
Formulation Using Conservation of Energy / 17.1:
Formulation Using Virtual Work / 17.2:
Disadvantages of Rayleigh-Ritz Method / 17.3:
Finite Element Method
Finite Element Approximation / 17.4:
Analysis Procedure / 17.5:
Element Degrees of Freedom and Interpolation Functions / 17.6:
Element Stiffness Matrix / 17.7:
Element Mass Matrix / 17.8:
Element (Applied) Force Vector / 17.9:
Comparison of Finite Element and Exact Solutions / 17.10:
Dynamic Analysis of Structural Continua / 17.11:
Earthquake Response and Design of Multistory Buildings / Part III:
Earthquake Response of Linearly Elastic Buildings / 18:
Systems Analyzed, Design Spectrum, and Response Quantities / 18.1:
Influence of T[subscript 1] and [rho] on Response / 18.2:
Influence of T[subscript 1] on Higher-Mode Response / 18.3:
Influence of [rho] on Higher-Mode Response / 18.5:
Heightwise Variation of Higher-Mode Response / 18.6:
How Many Modes to Include / 18.7:
Earthquake Analysis and Response of Inelastic Buildings / 19:
Nonlinear Response History Analysis
Equations of Motion: Formulation and Solution / 19.1:
Computing Seismic Demands: Factors To Be Considered / 19.2:
Story Drift Demands / 19.3:
Strength Demands for SDF and MDF Systems / 19.4:
Approximate Analysis Procedures
Motivation and Basic Concept / 19.5:
Uncoupled Modal Response History Analysis / 19.6:
Modal Pushover Analysis / 19.7:
Evaluation of Modal Pushover Analysis / 19.8:
Simplified Modal Pushover Analysis for Practical Application / 19.9:
Earthquake Dynamics of Base-Isolated Buildings / 20:
Isolation Systems / 20.1:
Base-Isolated One-Story Buildings / 20.2:
Effectiveness of Base Isolation / 20.3:
Base-Isolated Multistory Buildings / 20.4:
Applications of Base Isolation / 20.5:
Structural Dynamics in Building Codes / 21:
Building Codes and Structural Dynamics
International Building Code (United States), 2006 / 21.1:
National Building Code of Canada, 2005 / 21.2:
Mexico Federal District Code, 2004 / 21.3:
Eurocode 8, 2004 / 21.4:
Evaluation of Building Codes / 21.5:
Base Shear / 21.6:
Story Shears and Equivalent Static Forces / 21.7:
Overturning Moments / 21.8:
Concluding Remarks / 21.9:
Structural Dynamics in Building Evaluation Guidelines / 22:
Nonlinear Dynamic Procedure: Current Practice / 22.1:
SDF-System Estimate of Roof Displacement / 22.2:
Estimating Deformation of Inelastic SDF Systems / 22.3:
Nonlinear Static Procedure / 22.4:
Frequency-Domain Method of Response Analysis / 22.5:
Notation / B:
Answers to Selected Problems / C:
Index
Foreword
Preface
Preface to the Second Edition
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edited by Christopher H.M. Jenkins
出版情報: New York, N.Y. : American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, c2001  xvii, 586 p. ; 24 cm
シリーズ名: Progress in astronautics and aeronautics ; v. 191
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Preface
Overview of Gossamer Structures / Chapter 1.:
Background / I.:
Applications / II.:
Solar Arrays / A.:
Communication System / B.:
Human Habitats / C.:
Planetary Surface Exploration / D.:
Radar and Reflect Arrays / E.:
Solar Concentrators / F.:
Solar Shades / G.:
Membranes for Gossamer Structures / III.:
Rigidization Technology / IV.:
Analysis and Modeling of Gossamer Structures / V.:
Adaptive, Smart, and Multifunctional Gossamer Systems / VI.:
Adaptive Compensation of Membrane Reflectors
Multifunctional Membranes
Smart Structures
Deployment and Inflation Methods / VII.:
Acknowledgments
History of Relevant Inflatable High-Precision Space Structures Technology Developments / Chapter 2.:
Introduction
Goodyear's Inflatable Structures
Inflatable Search Radar Antenna
Radar Calibration Sphere
Lenticular Inflatable Parabolic Reflector
Echo Balloons
Contraves Inflatable Structures
Reflector Antenna Concepts for Very Large Baseline Interferometry and Land Mobile Communications
Telescope Sunshade Support Structure
L' Garde Inc.'s Inflatable Space Structures
L' Garde Inc's Simulated Decoys
Large Offset Reflector Structure
Inflatable Antenna Experiment
ILC Dover's Inflatable Space Structures
Large Solar-Array Structure
Other Organizations with Inflatable Space Structures Technology Capability
References
Mechanics of Membrane Structures / Chapter 3.:
Nomenclature
Definition and Unique Behavior of Membranes
Tensor Analysis
Coordinate Systems and Configurations
Kinematics of Deformation
Motion and Deformation
Deformation Gradient, Stretch, and Polar Decomposition
Strain Definitions
Deformation and Strain Rate
Stress and Balance Laws
Concept of Stress
Stress Definitions
Mass Balance
Momentum Balance
Energy Balance
Conjugate Stress and Strain
Constitutive Equations
Thermomechanics
Thermomechanic Field Theory
Constitutive Relations for Elastic Solids and Sheets
Constitutive Laws for Viscoelastic Materials
Bodner-Partom-Rubin Model
Fabrics
Approximations
Approximations in the Era of Computational Mechanics
Nonlinear Nature of Membrane Problems
Approximations in the Context of the Governing Equations
Example
On Accuracy and Modeling
Analysis of Wrinkled Membranes
Tension-Field Modeling via a Penalty Parameter Modified Constitutive Law
Experimental Analysis
Unique Challenges for Experimental Analysis of Membrane Structures
Static Deformation Measurement
Dynamic Displacement Measurement
Thermal Measurements
Fundamentals of Membrane Optics / Chapter 4.:
Glossary
Overview
Mechanical Theory and Modeling of Membrane Optics
Classical Elasticity
Recent Extensions
Achieving Optical Figure and Enhancing Optical Performance
Figure Achievement and Maintenance
Adaptive Optics Correction Techniques
Experimental Observations and Results
Metrology
Experimental Results
Summary
Modeling the Deployment of Inflatable Space Structures / Chapter 5.:
Review of Relevant Literature on Flexible Structure Deployment Modeling
Deployment Modeling and Testing of Conventional Aerospace Structures
Tethers: Extremely Large, Flexible Space Structures
Deployment of Balloons, Parachutes, Airbags, and Other Inflating Structures
Inflation Gas-Structure Interaction
Review of Relevant Literature on Inflated Structure Deployment
Design for Controllable Deployment
Ground and Flight Testing of Space Inflatables
Deployment Modeling of Inflated Structures
Scale Modeling
Finite Element Modeling: Gas Flow in Flexible Structures
Modeling the Deployment of Rolled Tubes
Nonlinear Hinge Models
Materials for Inflatables in Space / Chapter 6.:
Commercial Films
Emerging Materials
Rigidization Mechanisms and Materials / Chapter 7.:
Thermally Cured Thermoset Composites
UV-Cured Thermoset Composites
Inflation Gas Reaction Thermoset Composites
Second-Order Transition Change and Shape Memory Polymer Thermoplastic Composites
Plasticizer or Solvent Boil-Off Thermoplastic Composites
Foam Rigidization
Aluminum Laminates / VIII.:
Atomic Oxygen Effects on Space Inflatable Materials / IX.:
Space Environment and Atomic Oxygen
Erosion of Polymers by Atomic Oxygen
AO-Resistant Polymers
AO Test Facilities
Conclusions
Solar Ultraviolet and Space Radiation Effects on Inflatable Materials / Chapter 9.:
Space Environment Considerations for Materials Effects
Predictions of Radiation Levels in Thin-Sheet Membranes
Thin-Sheet Material Results
Simulation of Space Environment Effects
Electromagnetic Properties of Thin Metallized Materials / Chapter 10.:
Electromagnetic Properties of Thin Metallic Layers
Basic Properties of Thin Metallic Layers in Terms of Bulk Properties
Reflective Properties of Thin Metallic Layers in Terms of Basic Properties
EM Properties of Materials for Remote Sensing Applications
Overview of Remote Sensing Concepts
Emissivity Requirements for Radiometers
Multidisciplinary Testing of Thin-Film Inflatable Structures / Chapter 11.:
Program Requirements for Inflatable Structures at Marshall Space Flight Center
Unique Test Hardware and Methodologies for Inflatable Spacecraft Structural Testing
Application of Laser Vibrometers
Excitation Techniques
Linearity Assessment using Sinusoidal Sweeps
Boundary Conditions for Modal Tests
Data Acquisition and Modal Parameter Identification
Inflatable Strut Modal and Static Tests
Modal Tests
Static Tests
Inflatable Concentrator Modal Tests
Preliminary Modal Tests
Thermal-Vacuum Modal Test
Off-Axis Inflatable Concentrator Modal Test
Inflatable Concentrator Thermal Tests
Test Configuration and Approach
Results
Summary of Thermal Tests
Observations of Inflatable Structure Behavior from Testing and Modeling
Structural Behavior of Inflated Cylinders or Struts
Observations of Structural Behavior of Inflatable Solar Concentrator Assemblies
Rigidization Materials Testing / Chapter 12.:
Ground Environment
Launch and Predeployment Environment
Deployment Environment Including Rigidization
Deployed Condition Environment
Bibliography
Electromagnetic Testing of Thin Metallized Materials / Chapter 13.:
Vector-Network-Analyzer Measurements of Thin-Film Materials
Waveguide Measurement Technique
Free-Space Transmission Measurement Technique
Metallized Thin-Film Study
Radiometric Measurement Approach
Measurement Setup
Measurement Results
Inflation Systems / Chapter 14.:
Historical Perspective
Near-Term Inflation Systems
Tanked-Gas Systems
Phase-Change Systems
Chemical Gas-Generation Systems
Midterm and Far-Term Inflation Systems
Midterm Applications
Midterm Inflation Systems
Far-Term Applications
Far-Term Inflation Systems
Summary: Operational Issues and General Design Considerations
Deployment Control Mechanisms and Packaging Methodologies for Inflatable and Membrane Space Structures / Chapter 15.:
System Requirements for Controlled Deployment Mechanisms
Deployment Control Devices
Compartmentalization
Columnation Device
Roll-Up Devices
Velcro Roll-Up Devices
Constant Force Spring Roll-Up Devices
Rolling Brake Mechanism
Packaging Methodology
Mission Concepts and Systems: Space Inflatable Radiometer System Concept / Chapter 16.:
Need for a Space Experiment
Inflatable Structures
Radiometer Mission Concept
Radiometer Mission Flight Experiment
Radiometer Mission Concept Experiment Subsystems
Supporting Technology Discipline Areas
Structural Analysis
Material Technology
Data Analysis, Experiment Performance: Science
Radar Applications / Chapter 17.:
Roll-Up Inflatable SAR Antenna
L-Band SAR Antenna / A:
Roll-Up Inflatable SAR Concept
Proof-of-Concept Models
Radar Testing and Results
X-Band 1-m Reflect Array
Antenna Description
Antenna Test Results
Ka-Band 3-m Reflect Array
Comparison with Other Types of Deployable Antennas
Membrane Flatness and Separation
Membrane Mountable T/R Modules
Inflatable Solar Arrays / Chapter 18.:
Space Solar Array Design Requirements
Thin-Film Solar-Cell Products
Energy Density of Crystalline and Thin-Film Solar Arrays
Thermal Design Considerations for Thin-Film Solar Arrays
Thin-Film Solar-Cell Interconnects
ST4/Gossamer Inflatable Solar Array
Structural Support Components
Controlled Deployment System
Inflation System
SSP Concept
Teledesic Inflatable Solar Array
ITSAT
Mars Rover Inflatable Solar Array
Power Sphere
Acknowledgment
Gossamer Sailcraft Technology / Chapter 19.:
Primary Aim of This Chapter
Concepts and Principles of Solar Sailing
Historical Sketch of Solar-Sailing Ideas
Review of Mission Design Concepts
Inner Solar System Missions
Outer Solar System Missions
Interstellar Sailcrafts
Non-Keplerian Orbits
Elements of a Sailcraft Structure
Sail Film
Support Structure
Packaging and Deployment
Key Material Issues
Environmental Effects on the Sail Material
Film Coatings
Handling and Processing
Solar-Sail Design Considerations
Design Parameters
Three-Axis Stabilized Square Sail
Spin-Stabilized Heliogyro
Spin-Stabilized Disc Sail
Ground and Space Experiments
Component Characterization
Space Experiments
Solar-Shade Applications / Chapter 20.:
Solar-Shade Features
Use of Inflatable Structures in Solar Shades
Mission Design Considerations
Orbits
Thermal Performance Requirements
Sky Coverage and Pitch-Angle Range Requirements
Thermal Performance Considerations
Number of Layers
Angled Layers
Cold-Side Surface Emittance
Micrometeoroid Damage Effects
Sensitivity to Inner-Surface Emittance
Redundant Sun-Side Layer
Specular vs Diffuse Surfaces
Mechanical Design Considerations
Stowage and Deployment
Film Tensioning
Film Flatness
Thermal Gradients and Loss of Tensile Preload
Solar Torque
Materials Selection
Ripstop
Inflatable Habitats / Chapter 21.:
TransHab Architecture
TransHab Structure
TransHab Structure Overview
Environments
Multilayer Shell
Testing
Hypervelocity Impact Testing (M/OD Protection)
Hydrostatic Pressure Testing
Folding and Vacuum Deployment
Advanced Concepts / Chapter 22.:
Gossamer Spacecraft
Solar Sails
Sail Applications
Sail Performance
Sail Types
Large Observatories
Selected Properties of Various Membrane Materials / Appendix:
Preface
Overview of Gossamer Structures / Chapter 1.:
Background / I.:
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edited by Dieter Weichert, Giulio Maier
出版情報: Wien : Springer-Verlag, c2002  393 p. ; 24 cm
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by György Vértes
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シリーズ名: Developments in civil engineering ; v. 11
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出版情報: Cranfield : BHRA, 1987  x, 604 p. ; 30 cm
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Samuel K. Clark
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T.T. Soong, G.F. Dargush
出版情報: Chichester : Wiley, c1997  x, 356 p. ; 24 cm
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C.Y. Yang
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