Product Description Book Description This 2006 textbook fits a one-semester aerospace civil and mechanical engineering course on linear structural dynamics analysis for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. Topics beyond the normal scope are designated by an asterisk. The final chapters can be deferred for later studies. The text contains numerous examples and end-of-chapter exercises. About the Author Bruce K. Donaldson was first exposed to aircraft inertia loads when he was a carrier-based U.S. Navy anti-submarine pilot. He subsequently worked in the structural dynamics area at the Boeing Co. and at the Beech Aircraft Co. in Wichita KS before returning to school and then embarking on an academic career in the area of structural analysis. He became a professor of Aerospace Engineering and then a professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Maryland. Professor Donaldson is the recipient of numerous teaching awards and has maintained industrial contacts working various summers at government agencies and for commercial enterprises the last being Lockheed Martin at Fort Worth Texas.
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