Modules / Lectures

Sl.No | Chapter Name | MP4 Download |
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1 | Lecture 1: The longitudinal wave in vibrating spring | Download |

2 | Lecture 2: Harmonically excited systems | Download |

3 | Lecture 3: The concept of coincidence frequency | Download |

4 | Lecture 4: A classical problem in sound-structure interaction | Download |

5 | Lecture 5: Classical problem contd. | Download |

6 | Lecture 6: Uncoupled solution to the classical problem | Download |

7 | Lecture 7: Uncoupled solution continued. | Download |

8 | Lecture 8: Introduction to the coupled problem. | Download |

9 | Lecture 9: The coupled roots. | Download |

10 | Lecture10: Physical meaning of terms. | Download |

11 | Lecture 11: Derivation of coupled roots using asymptotic method. | Download |

12 | Lecture 12: Coupled roots derivation continued | Download |

13 | Lecture 13: Regions of heavy and light fluid loading | Download |

14 | Lecture 14: Light and heavy fluid loading continued. | Download |

15 | Lecture 15: The coupled vibration field | Download |

16 | Lecture 16: The coupled acoustic field and stationary phase | Download |

17 | Lecture 17: The 2-D structural-acoustic waveguide | Download |

18 | Lecture 18: The coupled partial differential equations | Download |

19 | Lecture 19: Derivation of the coupled dispersion equation | Download |

20 | Lecture 20: A schematic of coupled waves | Download |

21 | Lecture 21: Derivation of coupled waves using asymptotic method | Download |

22 | Lecture 22: Asymptotic method continued and Maple demo | Download |

23 | Lecture 23: Physics of the coupled waves | Download |

24 | Lecture 24: Critical points | Download |

25 | Lecture 25: Heavy fluid loading | Download |

26 | Lecture 26: Summary of the rectangular waveguide | Download |

27 | Lecture 27: Impedance and mobility. | Download |

28 | Lecture 28: Derivation of acoustic and vibration response | Download |

29 | Lecture 29: Derivation of vibro-acoustic response continued | Download |

30 | Lecture 30: Derivation of vibro-acoustic response continued | Download |

31 | Lecture 31: Numerical example | Download |

32 | Lecture 32: Coupled resonance analysis using matrices | Download |

33 | Lecture 33: Coupled resonance analysis continued | Download |

34 | Lecture 34: Sound radiation from a baffled panel | Download |

35 | Lecture 35: Derivation of pressure response. | Download |

36 | Lecture 36: Radiation efficiency | Download |

37 | Lecture 37: Physics of volume velocity cancellation | Download |

38 | Lecture 38: Derivations in the frequency domain :1-D | Download |

39 | Lecture 39: Physics of the vibration spectrum in 2-D | Download |

40 | Lecture 40: Modal character across the frequency range | Download |

41 | Lecture 41: Simultaneous radiation from several modes | Download |

42 | Lecture 42: Panel radiation model using monopoles | Download |

43 | Lecture 43: Physics of panel radiation using monopole model | Download |

44 | Lecture 44: Physics of panel radiation using monopole model, contd | Download |

45 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | Download |

46 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | Download |

47 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | Download |

48 | Lecture 47: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd | Download |

49 | Lecture 48: Modal average radiation efficiency | Download |

50 | Lecture 49: Modal average radiation efficiency contd | Download |

51 | Lecture 50: Transmission of sound through a rigid panel with flexible mounts | Download |

52 | Lecture 51: Frequency dependence of sound transmission | Download |

53 | Lecture 52: Sound transmission through a flexible partition | Download |

54 | Lecture 53: Transmission loss in different situations | Download |

55 | Lecture 54: Cylindrical shell vibration | Download |

56 | Lecture 55: Behavior of uncoupled shell waves | Download |

57 | Lecture 56: Fluid waves in rigid-walled cylindrical shells | Download |

58 | Lec57:Wave propagation characteristics in flexible cylindrical shells carrying fluid: Fuller’s paper | Download |

59 | Lecture 58: Wave impedance of an infinite plate: fluid loading | Download |

60 | Lecture 59: Fluid loading in a finite plate | Download |

61 | Lecture 60: Summary of the entire course. | Download |

Sl.No | Chapter Name | English |
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1 | Lecture 1: The longitudinal wave in vibrating spring | Download Verified |

2 | Lecture 2: Harmonically excited systems | Download Verified |

3 | Lecture 3: The concept of coincidence frequency | Download Verified |

4 | Lecture 4: A classical problem in sound-structure interaction | Download Verified |

5 | Lecture 5: Classical problem contd. | Download Verified |

6 | Lecture 6: Uncoupled solution to the classical problem | Download Verified |

7 | Lecture 7: Uncoupled solution continued. | PDF unavailable |

8 | Lecture 8: Introduction to the coupled problem. | PDF unavailable |

9 | Lecture 9: The coupled roots. | PDF unavailable |

10 | Lecture10: Physical meaning of terms. | PDF unavailable |

11 | Lecture 11: Derivation of coupled roots using asymptotic method. | PDF unavailable |

12 | Lecture 12: Coupled roots derivation continued | PDF unavailable |

13 | Lecture 13: Regions of heavy and light fluid loading | PDF unavailable |

14 | Lecture 14: Light and heavy fluid loading continued. | PDF unavailable |

15 | Lecture 15: The coupled vibration field | PDF unavailable |

16 | Lecture 16: The coupled acoustic field and stationary phase | PDF unavailable |

17 | Lecture 17: The 2-D structural-acoustic waveguide | PDF unavailable |

18 | Lecture 18: The coupled partial differential equations | PDF unavailable |

19 | Lecture 19: Derivation of the coupled dispersion equation | PDF unavailable |

20 | Lecture 20: A schematic of coupled waves | PDF unavailable |

21 | Lecture 21: Derivation of coupled waves using asymptotic method | PDF unavailable |

22 | Lecture 22: Asymptotic method continued and Maple demo | PDF unavailable |

23 | Lecture 23: Physics of the coupled waves | PDF unavailable |

24 | Lecture 24: Critical points | PDF unavailable |

25 | Lecture 25: Heavy fluid loading | PDF unavailable |

26 | Lecture 26: Summary of the rectangular waveguide | PDF unavailable |

27 | Lecture 27: Impedance and mobility. | PDF unavailable |

28 | Lecture 28: Derivation of acoustic and vibration response | PDF unavailable |

29 | Lecture 29: Derivation of vibro-acoustic response continued | PDF unavailable |

30 | Lecture 30: Derivation of vibro-acoustic response continued | PDF unavailable |

31 | Lecture 31: Numerical example | PDF unavailable |

32 | Lecture 32: Coupled resonance analysis using matrices | PDF unavailable |

33 | Lecture 33: Coupled resonance analysis continued | PDF unavailable |

34 | Lecture 34: Sound radiation from a baffled panel | PDF unavailable |

35 | Lecture 35: Derivation of pressure response. | PDF unavailable |

36 | Lecture 36: Radiation efficiency | PDF unavailable |

37 | Lecture 37: Physics of volume velocity cancellation | PDF unavailable |

38 | Lecture 38: Derivations in the frequency domain :1-D | PDF unavailable |

39 | Lecture 39: Physics of the vibration spectrum in 2-D | PDF unavailable |

40 | Lecture 40: Modal character across the frequency range | PDF unavailable |

41 | Lecture 41: Simultaneous radiation from several modes | PDF unavailable |

42 | Lecture 42: Panel radiation model using monopoles | PDF unavailable |

43 | Lecture 43: Physics of panel radiation using monopole model | PDF unavailable |

44 | Lecture 44: Physics of panel radiation using monopole model, contd | PDF unavailable |

45 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | PDF unavailable |

46 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | PDF unavailable |

47 | Lecture 46: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd. | PDF unavailable |

48 | Lecture 47: Radiation resistance derivation from Maidanik’s work, contd | PDF unavailable |

49 | Lecture 48: Modal average radiation efficiency | PDF unavailable |

50 | Lecture 49: Modal average radiation efficiency contd | PDF unavailable |

51 | Lecture 50: Transmission of sound through a rigid panel with flexible mounts | PDF unavailable |

52 | Lecture 51: Frequency dependence of sound transmission | PDF unavailable |

53 | Lecture 52: Sound transmission through a flexible partition | PDF unavailable |

54 | Lecture 53: Transmission loss in different situations | PDF unavailable |

55 | Lecture 54: Cylindrical shell vibration | PDF unavailable |

56 | Lecture 55: Behavior of uncoupled shell waves | PDF unavailable |

57 | Lecture 56: Fluid waves in rigid-walled cylindrical shells | PDF unavailable |

58 | Lec57:Wave propagation characteristics in flexible cylindrical shells carrying fluid: Fuller’s paper | PDF unavailable |

59 | Lecture 58: Wave impedance of an infinite plate: fluid loading | PDF unavailable |

60 | Lecture 59: Fluid loading in a finite plate | PDF unavailable |

61 | Lecture 60: Summary of the entire course. | PDF unavailable |

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2 | Bengali | Not Available |

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4 | Hindi | Not Available |

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7 | Marathi | Not Available |

8 | Tamil | Not Available |

9 | Telugu | Not Available |