(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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This figure shows an object with its C.G. at C, mounted on 4 flexible mounts and acted upon by a disturbing harmonic force Fy in the y-direction (vertical) and/or by torques, Tx, Ty and Tz acting... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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A good vibration isolation system is reducing vibration transmission through structures and thus, radiation of these vibration into air, thereby reducing noise... (View Full Article)
(Power Transmission)
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Flexible couplings are designed to accommodate various types of load conditions. No one type of coupling can provide the universal solution to all coupling problems; hence many designs are available,... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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Mechanical vibration is a form of oscillatory motion. It occurs in all forms of machinery and equipment. It is what you feel when you put your hand on the hood of a car, the engine of which is... (View Full Article)
(Power Transmission)
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Typical rigid couplings shown usuallycomprises a sleeve fitting snugly on the con- nected shafts and positively connected with each shaft by pins...... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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Another property of mesh mounts is demonstrated by Figure 26 [5]. As can be seen, in practice there is a sudden sharp drop from the resonant point, ensuring that isolation is achieved almost... (View Full Article)
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The equations previously given for transmissibilty (Section 3.1) make certain assumptions which may not always be valid. For example, it is assumed that the damping is viscous or linear (resistance to... (View Full Article)
(Power Transmission)
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Flexible couplings are designed to accommodate various types of load conditions. No one type of coupling can provide the universal solution to all coupling problems; hence many designs are available,... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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In order to calculate the weight distribution between the mounting points, the position of the CENTER OF GRAVITY (C.G.) has to be determined first. It is a simple task only for an axisymmetrical... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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7.1 Springs in Parallel These combine like electrical resistance in series. This is the case when several springs support a single load, as shown in Figure 34. The springs are equivalent to a single... (View Full Article)
(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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When the disturbing forces are neither sinusoidal nor suddenly applied, the vibration analysis becomes more complicated. While it is more difficult to give general guidelines or methods of analysis,... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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RESONANCE - It is seen in Figure 7 that displacement and stress levels tend to build up greatly when the forcing frequency coincides with the natural frequency, the build- up being restrained only by... (View Full Article)
(Vibration and Acceleration Sensing)
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The need for vibration isolation of precision and vibration sensitive objects is increasing continuously. Vibration isolation systems must comply with contradictory specifications, such as requiring... (View Full Article)
(Shock and Vibration Control Products)
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The following are a number of problems intended to familiarize the reader with the basic applications of vibration isolators. More advanced techniques which would result in stiffer isolators while... (View Full Article)