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Rotor Systems: Analysis and Identification – The purpose of this book is to give a basic understanding of rotor dynamics phenomena with the help of simple rotor models and subsequently, the modern analysis methods for real life rotor systems.

This background will be helpful in the identification of rotor-bearing system parameters and its use in futuristic model-based condition monitoring and, fault diagnostics and prognostics. The book starts with introductory material for finite element methods and moves to linear and non-linear vibrations, continuous systems, vibration measurement techniques, signal processing and error analysis, general identification techniques in engineering systems, and MATLAB analysis of simple rotors.

Key Features – Rotor Systems: Analysis and Identification

• Covers both transfer matrix methods (TMM) and finite element methods (FEM)

• Discusses transverse and torsional vibrations

• Includes worked examples with simplicity of mathematical background and a modern numerical method approach

• Explores the concepts of instability analysis and dynamic balancing

• Provides a basic understanding of rotor dynamics phenomena with the help of simple rotor models including modern analysis methods for real life rotor systems.

About the Author

Dr. Rajiv Tiwari was born in 1967 at Raipur in Madhya Pradesh. India. He graduated in B.E. in 1988 (Mechanical Engineering) from Ravishankar University, Raipur and M. Tech. (Mechanical Engineering) in 1991 and Ph. D. (Mechanical Engineering) in 1997 from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India.

He started his career as Lecturer in 1996 at Regional Engineering College, Hamirpur (Himachal Pradesh), India and worked for one year. From beginning of 1997, he joined Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati as Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He worked as Research Officer at University of Wales, Swansea, UK for one year in 2001 on deputation. He was elevated to Associate Professor in 2002 and to Professor in 2007 at IIT Guwahati.

He was the Head of the Center of Educational Technology and Institute Coordinator of the National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning (NPTEL) during 2005 to 2009, and the National Coordinator of the Quality Improvement Programme (QIP) for engineering college teachers during 2003-2009.

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