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Passive vibration control

by Denys J. Mead

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Published by Wiley in Chichester, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Structural control (Engineering),
  • Damping (Mechanics)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    StatementDenys J. Mead.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA654.9 .M43 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 540 p. :
    Number of Pages540
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL386076M
    ISBN 100471942030
    LC Control Number98048784

    Passive Vibration Control. D.J. Mead. John Wiley and Sons, Baffins Lane, Chichester, West Sussex P 1UD, UK. pp. Illustrated. £ ISBN In some applications, active isolation systems like the Table Stable systems available from Herzan can deliver the required performance, while passive isolation systems are adequate for applications which are not so sensitive. Low Frequency Resonance. Low frequency resonance problems are common in all passive vibration isolation systems. Hence, a passive isolation Author: Herzan LLC.

    Passive control is distinguished from active control by the use of added power or energy in the form of an actuator, required in active material on isolators and absorbers represents two possible methods of passive , the most common passive control device is the vibration absorber.4/5(2). Active and Passive Vibration Damping is a practical guide to the application of passive as well as actively treated viscoelastic damping materials to control vibration and noise of structures, machinery and vehicles.

      With Active Control of Structures, two global pioneers present the state-of-the-art in the theory, design and application of active vibration the demand for high performance structural systems increases, so will the demand for information and innovation in structural vibration control; this book provides an effective treatise of the subject that will . Active vs. Passive Vibration Control OVERVIEW Applications vary in terms of their need to isolate vibrations, with three primary things to consider: 1) relative sensitivity to low-frequency vibration noise, 2) cost-benefit analysis when considering an active versus a passive system, and 3) ambient environment for the instrument.


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Principles of Passive Vibration Control: Shock Absorber INTRODUCTION A shock absorber is a mechanical device designed to smooth out or damp shock impulse, and dissipate kinetic energy, which is a type of dashpot. Spring-based shock absorbers commonly use coil springs or leaf springs, though torsion bars are used in torsional shocks as Size: KB.

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The four chapters of the book describe: basic analytical tools for designing such systems principles and criteria for assigning principal parameters (natural frequencies and damping values) necessary for successful functioning of passive vibration isolation systems for major groups of objects (vibration-sensitive objects, vibration-generating objects, general purpose machinery) static and dynamic characteristics of the most widely used materials for vibration isolators Cited by: T1 - Adaptive-passive vibration control of single frequency excitations applied to noise control.

AU - Ryan, Matthew W. AU - Franchek, Matthew. AU - Bernhad, Robert. PY - /1/1. Y1 - /1/1. N2 - The experimental verification of a feedback control scheme used to tune an adaptive passive vibration absorber has been presented in this by: Passive vibration control solutions like tuned vibration absorbers are often limited to tackle a single structural resonance or a specific disturbance frequency.

Active vibration control systems can overcome these limitations, yet requiring continuously electrical energy for a sufficient : Dirk Mayer, Sven Herold. Abstract Adaptive-passive vibration control achieves robust attenuation of a harmonic excitation through tuning a reactive device.

In this paper, a robust tuning strategy is presented for adaptive passive control. The tuning strategy is based on minimizing the voltage amplitude from an by: The term 'vibration absorber' is used for passive devices attached to the vibrating structure.

Such devices are made up of masses, springs and dampers. From a control point of view, vibration absorbers can be considered as passive controllers. (The term 'passive' is used loosely here, meaning that the controller can be constructed using.

Active and Passive Vibration Damping is a practical guide to the application of passive as well as actively treated viscoelastic damping materials to control vibration and noise of structures, machinery and vehicles.

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Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Mead, Denys J. Passive vibration control. Chichester ; New York: Wiley, [?]. This paper presents and investigates a new elastoplastic bracing system for passive vibration control of structures. It consists of a deformable elastoplastic metallic core comprising four Arcs.Passive vibration control using blocks of viscoelastic materials with macro- and microscopic inclusions has been widely investigated.

Significant changes in the vibration .Three examples of vibration control systems are described. The first is a hybrid mass damper system, which is one type of active vibration control system, as installed on the top floor of a complex triangular building of forty-three stories in order to reduce the response of the building to strong winds and moderate by: