Random Vibration of Hysteretic Systems
An approximation procedure is used to compute probability densities for the response variables of a hysteretic system under Gaussian white noise excitations. The excitations can be both additive and multiplicative. Accuracy of the procedure is substantiated by comparison with simulation results.
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