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Applied theory of vibration isolation systems

by K. V. Frolov

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Published by Hemisphere Pub. Corp. in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Machinery -- Vibration.,
  • Damping (Mechanics)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesVibration isolation systems.
    StatementK.V. Frolov, F.A. Furman ; translator, E.A. Zharkova ; English-edition editor, E. I. Rivin.
    ContributionsFurman, F. A., Rivin, Eugene I.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTJ177 .F7613 1990
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 269 p. :
    Number of Pages269
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2054755M
    ISBN 100891166971
    LC Control Number88032815

      To reduce the resonance frequency, each strut includes a positive stiffness component and a negative stiffness structure. This vibration isolation system also can be applied to isolate the vibration caused by other vibration sources. The dynamic model of the spacecraft with the new vibration isolation system and RWs was derived. A low frequency micro-vibration isolation system was developed to attenuate disturbances transmitted to the optical payload. Integrated testing results show that the image quality has been significant improved and the image jitter can be decreased to below pixels (when the influence of background noises is removed).

    Vibration is a force and establishing an opposed force can effectively reduce its transmission. This is accomplished by incorporating a truly resilient material, which when subjected to a static load, deflects and by so doing establishes the natural frequency of the isolation system.   Vibration isolation technology for scanning tunneling microscopy (STM) to suppress the external mechanical perturbation down to a subatomic scale is described. The system is simplified into two subsystems, a tunneling assembly and a supporting table. Each of them has its own mechanical eigenfrequency. The principle of the isolation exists in making the two eigenfrequencies very different .

    In a simple and systematic manner, it presents techniques that can easily be applied to the analysis of vibration of mechanical and structural systems. Unlike other texts on vibrations, the approach is general, based on the conservation of energy and Lagrangian dynamics, and develops specific techniques from these foundations in clearly. Negative—stiffness—mechanism vibration isolation systems David L. Platus Minus K Technology Gateway Boulevard, #6, Los Angeles, CA USA ABSTRACT A new type of vibration isolation system* offers significant improvement in performance compared with current state-of-the- art systems.


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Applied theory of vibration isolation systems by K. V. Frolov Download PDF EPUB FB2

The aim of this book is to impart a sound understanding, both physical and mathematical, of the fundamental theory of vibration and its applications.

The book presents in a simple and systematic 5/5(1). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Spine title: Vibration isolation systems. Translation of: Prikladnai︠a︡ teorii︠a︡.

Applied Theory of Vibration Isolation Systems David O. Smallwood 1 1 Sandia National Laboratories, Experimental Structural Dynamics Department, Albuquerque, NM, USAAuthor: David O.

Smallwood. Theory. Vibration is an oscillatory motion. Any body with mass and elasticity can vibrate. The simplest type of vibrating system is called a single-degree-of-freedom spring-mass system. The spring is characterized by its spring rate, K, and a mass, M.

This system is called a single-degree-of-freedom system because motion can occur in only one. The theory of operation of NSM vibration isolation systems is summarized, some typical systems and applications are described, and data on measured performance is presented.

The theory of NSM isolation systems is explained in References 1 and 2. It is summarized briefly for convenience. This text is an advancement of the theory of vibration protection of mechanical systems with lumped and distributed parameters. The book offers various concepts and methods of solving vibration protection problems, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of different methods, and the fields of their effective applications.

The aim of this book is to impart a sound understanding, both physical and mathematical, of the fundamental theory of vibration and its applications. The book presents in a simple and systematic manner techniques that can easily be applied to the analysis of. In order to demonstrate the effects of nonlinear viscous damping on vibration isolation, which have been theoretically analyzed above, numerical simulation studies were conducted for the dimensionless, one input two output system to evaluate how the transmissibility T (Ω ¯) changes with the linear and nonlinear viscous damping characteristic parameters ξ 1 and ξ 2.

FIGURE Schematic diagrams of vibration isolation systems: (A) vibration isolation where motion u is imposed at the foundation and motion x is transmitted to the equipment; (B) vibration isolation where force F is applied by the equipment and force F T is transmitted to the foundation.

09/20/ AM Page To reduce the transmitted vibration, isolators in the form of springs are used. Common springs used are pneumatic, steel coil, rubber (elastomeric) and other pad materials.

Natural frequency and damping are the basic properties of an isolator which determine the transmissibility of a system designed to provide vibration and/or shock isolation.

Vibration isolation is a vibration control technique in which the source of vibration excitation and the object to be protected are separated by an auxiliary system comprising special devices called vibration isolators or vibration isolating mounts.

The four chapters of the book describe: basic analytical tools for designing such systems. isolation system's elastic center closer to the center of gravity of the machine.

This will reduce the effect of "rocking," improve the vibration isolation and reduce motion on the isolators. In most applications, it is more feasible to attach the machine rigidly to a foundation (to lower the center of gravity of the.

In a simple and systematic manner, the book presents techniques that can easily be applied to the analysis of vibration of mechanical and structural systems. Suitable for a one-semester course on vibrations, the book presents the new concepts in simple terms and explains procedures for solving problems in considerable detail.

Chapter 1—Dynamic Properties of Vibration Isolation Systems: Commences with the basic analysis of the dynamics of an undamped six-degree-of-freedom system followed by single and two-degrees-of-freedom systems under viscous damping or hysteretic damping and a brief discussion on Coulomb excitation and “jump phenomena” due to nonlinear spring stiffness are briefly.

Detailed Vibration Isolation Theory For effective vibration isolation the isolator natural frequency fn should be less than 50% the lowest disturbing frequency fe. Elastomeric rubber-metal isolators are used to prevent transmission of vibration from (active) or to (passive) supported equipment.

Vibration isolation is a vibration control technique in which the source of vibration excitation and the object to be protected are separated by an auxiliary system comprising special devices called vibration isolators or vibration isolating mounts.

The four sections of the book describe: —basic analytical tools for designing such systems. To have an overview of the research and development processes of the cab isolation system of the off-road vibratory rollers, this paper represents the researches of the various isolation systems based on the previously studied and published results.

The result has shown that the ride comfort is mainly improved by the cab isolation system used the semi-active hydraulic mounts. McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY New York St.

Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogota THEORY OF VIBRATION ISOLATION Charles E. Crede, Late Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Applied AIR SUSPENSION AND ACTIVE VIBRATION-ISOLATION SYSTEMS Rodney W.

Horning, Senior Project Engineer; Barry Wright Corp., Watertown, Mass. The purpose of this study is to investigate the characteristics of vibration isolation system with a single degree-of-freedom (SDOF) and a two-degree-of-freedom (2DOF) respectively based on the high-static-low-dynamic-stiffness (HSLDS).

This model consists of a simple configuration connecting a vertical spring and a pair of oblique springs. The restoring force of the isolation system is. > 1 = Increased transmitted vibration = 1 = No vibration isolation Vibration isolation Transmissibility T can be read from diagram or calculated as follows: If no damping present in isolators i.e.

C/Cc = 0 Fig Theory of Vibration Isolation Out of balance Bent shaft Misalignment Typical support natural frequencies (fn). Con tents Preface xi CHAPTER1 INTRODUCTION Primary Objective 1 Elements of a Vibratory System 2 Examples of Vibratory Motions 5 Simple Harmonic Motion Vectorial Representation of Harmonic Motions 11 Units 16 Summary 19 Problems 20 CHAPTER 2 SYSTEMS WITH ONE DEGREE OF FREEDOM-THEORY Introduction 23 Degrees of Freedom 25 Equation of .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.ory of shock and vibration isolation viewed as control systems.

In the book by Kolovskii [] the behav-ior of isolation systems is investigated by the methods of nonlinear mechanics. The book provides a classifi-cation of shock and vibration absorbers, according to their intended use and mechanical structure, as well as.