Random Vibration Response I: General Relationships
We can now bring together the results of the preceding chapters to study the effect of a random input to a system, of which the output is related to the input through a linear differential equation with constant coefficients. We deal first with the situation in which there is a single random input, for example a force applied at a single point in a constant direction, although we may be interested in more than one output. Because of the complications of the superposition of random processes, referred to in § 2.11, we defer the case of multiple inputs till later (chapter 10).
KeywordsSpectral Density Random Process Constant Coefficient Linear Differential Equation General Relationship
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