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Modeling and Analysis of Passive Viberation Isolation Systems 2

Modeling and Analysis of Passive Viberation Isolation Systems

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Modeling and Analysis of Passive Vibration Isolation Systems discusses a wide range of dynamic models that can be used for the design and analysis of passive vibration isolation systems. These models range from linear viscoelastic single degree-of-freedom systems to multiple degree-of-freedom nonlinear systems. They can be used to evaluate hyperelasticity and creep, and to represent the inertia effect for an evaluation of vibroacoustic characteristics at high frequencies.

This book also highlights specific nonlinear behavior, displacement-limiting designs, hyperelastic behavior, and characteristics associated with elastomeric materials for each model. It also identifies key attributes, limitations, and constraints, providing a holistic reference that can be used for the design and analysis of passive vibration isolators. Modeling and Analysis of Passive Vibration Isolation Systems serves as a reference for engineers and researchers involved in the design, development, modeling, analysis, and testing of passive vibration isolation systems and as a reference for a graduate course in vibration modeling and analysis.

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