We have conducted a variety of relatively small-scale experiments with the goal of illuminating interesting nonlinear behavior. Below is a gallery of the equipment we use in our laboratory. Prev Next Shake Table – The principal workhorse for the group's dynamical experiments involve the use of this shake table, which has a frequency range from 0 to approximately 3Hz. Shake Table – The shake table platform. Shake Table – The scotch yoke amplitude mechanism. A scale model in the Duke wind tunnel A thermally buckled panel in the TAFA facility at NASA Langley. A vibration table in the main lab A billiard system attached to the Scotch-yoke shaker A friction-impact oscillator The structures and vibration lab Another view of the structures and vibration lab Chaotic interrogation of a composite beam. 3D-printed cams can produce a variety of useful translational waveforms. Some interesting dynamics occur in rotating shafts Vibration isolation can be achieved using elastically deformed structural components.