4 edition of Active and Passive Control of Mechanical Vibration Pvp-Vol. 289 found in the catalog.
Active and Passive Control of Mechanical Vibration Pvp-Vol. 289
Ga.) International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (1996 : Atlanta
by American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Written in English
|Contributions||Young W. Kwon (Editor), American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Pressure Vessels and Piping Division (Corporate Author), F. Hara (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||71|
Review of: Passive Vibration Isolation Eugene I. Rivin The American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, ISBN X. From the ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics (April ). The basic principles of vibration isolation have been known for centuries and this topic is covered in every vibration text, although rarely thoroughly and not always from a realistic viewpoint. and to resonate systems (e.g., scanning microscopy). Unfortunately, knowledge of vibrations in preliminary mechanical designs is rarely considered essential, so many vibration studies are carried out only after systems are manufactured. In these cases, vibration problems must be addressed using passive or active design modifications.
Keywords:Vortex-induced vibrations, passive control, damping, streamlining, add-on device, surface modification, boundary layer control, control cylinder. Abstract: Vortex-Induced Vibration (VIV) is a possible phenomenon in situations where a bluff body interacts with a fluid flow. There are many potential areas where this phenomenon could be. In the five decades since the founding of the ASME Design Engineering Division, the important problem of vibration isolation has been attacked first through the design of passive spring-damper suspensions and later by the use of active and semi-active elements.
Active and passive damping systems for vibration control of metal machining equipment Ole Christian Hermanrud Abstract Passive damping is used to reduce vibrations of machining tools. The drawback with the passive damping system is that it is adjusted to damp out vibrations . To overcome problems with conventional passive methods of vibration reduction, active vibration control systems can be used. 3 ACTIVE VIBRATION CONTROL In active vibration control external energy is transformed e. g. in a mechanical force by means of actuators. This mechanical force is used to actively reduce vibrations in a controlled manner.
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About this book For all rotational machines, the analysis of dynamic stresses and the resulting vibrations is an important subject. When it comes to helicopters and piston engines, this analysis becomes crucial. Mechanical Vibrations: Active and Passive Control [Krysinski, Tomasz, Malburet, François] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Mechanical Vibrations: Active and Passive Control. Passive vibration control solutions like tuned vibration absorbers are often limited to tackle a single structural resonance or a specific disturbance frequency.
Active vibration control systems can overcome these limitations, yet requiring continuously electrical energy for a sufficient performance.
Thus, in some cases, a passive vibration control system is still : Dirk Mayer, Sven Herold. Request PDF | Mechanical Vibrations: Active and Passive Control | For all rotational machines, the analysis of dynamic stresses and the resulting vibrations is an important subject.
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£ * VAT information. Add to cart. The comparison between active and passive control is very simple, you can easily say that passive control of vibration uses it internal damping/stiffness to counter or dissipates the vibrations. Passive and active methods of vibration damping (or vibration isolation) differ in the way they respond to and manage vibrations.
An easy way to distinguish between the two is that passive systems use simple mechanical devices, fluids, or elastomeric materials, whereas active vibration damping relies on a closed-loop system with feedback.
Hagedorn P. () Mechanical Vibrations and Vibration Control. In: Soong T.T., Costantinou M.C. (eds) Passive and Active Structural Vibration Control in Civil Engineering. CISM International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (Courses and Lectures), vol This book is a companion text to Active Control of Sound by P.A.
Nelson and S.J. Elliott, also published by Academic Press. It summarizes the principles underlying active vibration control and its practical applications by combining material from vibrations, mechanics, signal processing, acoustics, and control.
Active and Passive Vibration Control of Structures form an issue of very actual interest in many different fields of engineering, for example in the automotive and aerospace industry, in precision engineering (e.g.
in large telescopes), and also in civil engineering. The papers in this volume bring. Active vibration control is the active application of force in an equal and opposite fashion to the forces imposed by external this application, a precision industrial process can be maintained on a platform essentially vibration-free.
Many precision industrial processes cannot take place if the machinery is being affected by vibration. Active vs. Passive Vibration Control Overview Applications vary in terms of their need to isolate vibrations, with three primary things to consider: 1) relative sensitivity to low-frequency vibration noise, 2) cost-benefit analysis when considering an active versus a passive system, and 3) ambient environment for the instrument.
Book. TOC. Actions. Share. Active and Passive Vibration Damping. Author(s): Vibration Damping of Structures Using Active Constrained Layer Damping (Pages: ) Summary; PDF; Request permissions; CHAPTER Vibration Control with Periodic Structures (Pages: ) Summary; PDF; References; Request permissions; CHAPTER S.J.
Elliott, in Vehicle Noise and Vibration Refinement, Physical principles and limits of active control. Active vibration control in vehicles often involves the isolation of a particular transmission path, particularly of engine orders through engine mounts. Here the spatial matching problem requires that the mechanical actuator drives in the same direction as the dominant.
Base isolation, passive energy dissipation and active control represent three innovative technologies for protection of structures under environmental loads. Increasingly, they are being applied to the design of new structures or to the retrofit of existing structures against wind, earthquakes and other external loads.
This book is intended for structural engineers who want to acquire some background in vibration control; it can be used as a textbook for a graduate course on vibration control or active structures. A solutions manual is available through the publisher to teachers using this book.
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