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The Study of Continuous System Combined with Distributed DVA (II)

분포질량 동흡진기가 부착된 연속체 시스템에 대한 연구 (II)

  • 최정현 (영남대학교 기계공학과) ;
  • 임병덕 (영남대학교 기계공학과)
  • Published : 2004.03.01

Abstract

Large machine and structure can not be normally treated as lumped parameter system. Such machine or structure must be broken down to individual beams or panels the motion of which must be analysed before an absorber system can be designed for each element. The absorber may be a lumped parameter system or a continuous system. One of the most common elements in a machine or structure is the cantilever, and in this paper is considered the design of a continuous parameter absorber to reduce the transverse vibrations of a beam. So this paper describes the method to obtain the accurate information about combined continuous beam system with DVA. This information is obtained from the combined system's receptance. and this paper shows the convenience and useful informations when design the dynamic vibration absorber with the combined system's receptance.

Keywords

Continuous System;Distributed Mass DVA;Receptance;Natural Mode;Equivalent Stiffness;Combined System

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