Structural dynamics is a complex and increasingly important field of civil/structural engineering. The aim of this concise book is to demonstrate to practising engineers and advanced students that the dynamic response of structural systems can be understood without advanced techniques of analysis and impenetrable detail.
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The book fulfils the promise of its title; it provides an excellent introduction to structural dynamics in the context of the problems likely to be encountered by the practising engineer. The level of treatment would be within reach of a third-year undergraduate, but the methods, discussions, and results, should be of value to many design offices involved in dynamic analysis - The Structural Engineer
This book is a must for the practising structural dynamicist. It, or similar works, should be required for students of this topic, who often lack the physical insights to apply their knowledge and techniques to real problems. - The Canadian Journal of Civil Engineering
One of its great values is the large number of examples simply but realistically presented - Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics
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Book Description SPON Product, 1990. Book Condition: Good. 0th Edition. N/A. Ships from the UK. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP72250525