Optimal Protection from Impact, Shock and Vibration

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CRC Press, Mar 7, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 472 pages
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Systems that provide protection from impact, shock and vibration are held up by sophisticated physical principles. In this volume, the author explores those principles in a straightforward manner. All aspects of the theory of optimal isolation are presented, from a description of the systems that use these principles to the design of such systems and the limits of the approach. The text offers several examples of how optimal isolation has been applied in real-world situations, thus serving to emphasize and elucidate the explanation of the theory. Optimal Protection From Impact, Shock and Vibration is ideal for applied engineers and mathematicians, whether students or professionals, who need to understand optimal protection.
 

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Contents

SYSTEMS WITH ISOLATORS AND PROBLEMS OF OPTIMIZING
1
Disturbance
66
OPTIMAL PROTECTION OF RECTILENEARLY MOVING
85
OPTIMAL PROTECTION OF ROTATING OBJECTS FROM
129
OPTIMAL ISOLATION FOR A CLASS OF DISTURBANCES
143
OPTIMIZATION OF SHOCK ISOLATORS FOR AN OBJECT WITH
175
OPTIMIZATION OF VIBRATION ISOLATION SYSTEMS
197
OPTIMAL DAMPING OF TRANSIENT MOTION IN MULTI
221
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS FOR A LIMITING PERFORMANCE
255
DESIGN OF OPTIMAL SHOCK ISOLATORS
347
IS OPTIMAL SHOCK ISOLATION ALWAYS PROVIDED BY
373
Bibliography
415
Index
429
About the Authors
437
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