Technical Committee on Structural Acoustics & Vibration

The Structural Acoustics & Vibration Technical Committee includes the study of motions and interactions of mechanical systems with their environments and the methods of their measurement, analysis, and control. Principal topics considered are: Responses of mechanical systems to dynamic excitations, Instrumentation and calibration techniques for measurement of shock and vibration, Resonances of structures, Damping and internal friction,  Isolation of mechanical systems from shock and vibration, Mechanical impedance (mobility), Modal analysis, Simulation of environmental factors, Development and application of analytical techniques and Active control of structural acoustics and vibration. Search for our articles in Acoustics Today…
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Structural Acoustics & Vibration Technical Committee

Scope

The Structural Acoustics & Vibration Technical Committee includes the study of motions and interactions of mechanical systems with their environments and the methods of their measurement, analysis, and control. Principal topics considered are:

  • Responses of mechanical systems to dynamic excitations,
  • Instrumentation, including calibration techniques, for measurement and analysis of shock and vibration,
  • Resonances of structures,
  • Damping and internal friction,
  • Isolation of mechanical systems from shock and vibration,
  • Mechanical impedance (mobility),
  • Modal analysis,
  • Simulation of environmental factors,
  • Development and application of analytical techniques,
  • Active control of structural acoustics and vibration.

Chair

Robert M. Koch
Naval Undersea Warfare Center
1176 Howell St.
Code 00T1, Bldg. 1346/4
Newport, RI 02881
robert.m.koch@navy.mil