The latest Journal of Vibroengineering issue significantly advances knowledge in vibration engineering, featuring innovative insights across diverse domains. Addressing residual stress, a high-temperature vibration treatment scheme is explored using finite element software, demonstrating its effectiveness. Operational transfer path analysis aids fault diagnosis in a turbine generator unit, identifying influential factors. Intelligent fault diagnosis for rolling bearings benefits from a novel method integrating dilated convolution and Efficient Channel Attention, showcasing robustness. Modal analysis of bladed disks in harsh conditions enhances blade health monitoring and fault prediction.

A novel index based on load/unload response ratio theory accurately evaluates dynamic stability during seismic events, offering insights into tunnel stability. A comprehensive review on explosion shock waves emphasizes reconstructing shockwave pressure field distribution laws using computer tomography imaging techniques. A proposed power reflux hydraulic transmission system for construction vehicles reduces fuel consumption, enhancing overall transmission efficiency. Embedded turnouts in tram systems reveal favorable damping performance but highlight increased dynamic forces at specific locations, prompting safety considerations.

The impact of power battery packs on electric vehicle body-in-white performance is examined, emphasizing increased static stiffness. Heliostats for solar power plants undergo wind tunnel pressure tests, identifying specific working conditions impacting wind pressure values. Optimization of the CSA-KJ airfoil for offshore wind turbines highlights improved aerodynamic characteristics. Computational fluid dynamics methods reveal the dominance of laminar flow in investigating smooth annular liquid seals, providing insights into seal performance. Lastly, the nonlinear dynamics of single loop gear systems are explored, revealing unsteady dynamic stability in nonlinear states.

This issue offers a comprehensive overview of the current state of vibration engineering. Enjoy reading, and we look forward to your ideas, proposals, or submissions!

Minvydas Ragulskis
Prof. Dr. Minvydas Ragulskis
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, Editor in Chief
November 2023, Pages (1230-1448)