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Encyclopedia of Vibration Three Volumes Set

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Guide to use of Encyclopedia

The material in the Encyclopedia is arranged as a series of entries in alphabetical order.

Some entries comprise a single article, whilst entries on more diverse subjects consist of several articles that deal with various aspects of the topic.

In the latter case the articles are arranged in a logical sequence within an entry.

To help you realize the full potential of the material in the Encyclopedia we have provided three features to help you find the topic of your choice: contents list, cross-references, and index.

Contents lists

Your first point of reference will probably be the contents list. The complete contents list appearing in each volume will provide you with both the volume number and the page number of the entry.

On the opening page of an entry containing more than one article, a contents list is provided so that the full details of the articles within the entry are immediately available.

Alternatively, you may choose to browse through a volume using the alphabetical order of the entries as your guide.

To assist you in identifying your location within the Encyclopedia, a running headline indicates the current entry and the current article within that entry.

You will find dummy entries in the following instances:

  • Where obvious synonyms exist for entries. For example, a dummy entry appears for Structural Damping which directs you to Hysteretic Damping where the material is located.
  • Where we have grouped together related topics. For example, a dummy entry appears for Magnetorheological Fluids which leads you to Electrorheological and Magnetorheological Fluids where the material is located.
  • Where there is debate over the given entry title and whether readers would intuitively find the topic they are trying to locate under that title. For example, a dummy entry appears for Vibration Absorbers which directs you to Absorbers, Vibration where the material is located.
  • Where there is debate over whether diverse subjects should comprise several single articles, or one entry consisting of several articles. For example, a dummy entry appears for Smart Materials which directs you to the entries Electrorheological and Magnetorheological Fluids, Electrostrictive Materials, Magnetostrictive Materials, Piezoelectric Materials, and Shape Memory Alloys.

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