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Shock and Vibration Handbook

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Widely used as the most authoritative and comprehensive reference work on shock and vibration in print, this mechanical engineering classic has undergone major revisions. This edition now devotes more pages to the latest vibration instrumentation based on computer-chip technology, innovative computer techniques for solving practical vibration problems, and the new ...more
Hardcover, 1456 pages
Published April 1st 1996 by McGraw-Hill Companies (first published January 1st 1976)
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It was pretty good reading until I needed to understand how some of the equations were derived. Mr. Harris simply said "by combining these 5 equations and after several more assumptions we can simplify to the next equation." Come on what good does the next equation do for me if I don't know or understand the approximations and assumptions made?
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