Using Magneto-Rheological Dampers in Semiactive Tuned Vibration Absorbers to Control Structural Vibrations
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A Distributed Active Vibration Absorber (DAVA) for Active-Passive Vibration and Sound Radiation Control Cambou, Pierre E. (Virginia Tech, 1998-12-14)This thesis presents a new active-passive treatment developed to reduce structural vibrations and their associated radiated sound. It is a contribution to the research of efficient and low cost devices that implement the ...
Heilmann, John (Virginia Tech, 1996-08-05)
Traditional dynamic vibration absorbers (DVAs) consist of a mass-spring-damper system and are an effective means of attenuating structural vibration over a narrow frequency band. The effective bandwidth of the DVA can ...
Internal Resonances in Vibration Isolators and Their Control Using Passive and Hybrid Dynamic Vibration Absorbers Du, Yu (Virginia Tech, 2003-04-22)Conventional isolation models deal with massless isolators, which tend to overestimate the isolator performance because they neglect the internal resonances (IRs) due to the inertia of the isolator. Previous researches on ...