Dynamic vibration absorbers: theory and technical applications
Wiley, Nov 2, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 296 pages
A detailed and extensive description regarding the theory of passive dynamic absorbers not requiring additional energy sources. Considers the peculiarities in solving vibration absorption problems using the simplest double-mass linear model of the protected structure and absorber. Examines design schemes and offers data on the efficiency of complicated absorber models. Deals with the problems of vibration damping of continuous and multimass systems. Describes practical applications of the vibration protection theory for various constructions and objects.
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