damping material


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damping material

A viscous material applied to a vibrating surface, such as a metal panel, to reduce the noise which it radiates.
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The pressure wave alternately passes through the liquid layer in the process chamber, the receiving bottom-membrane 4 of the sensor, the gasket from the vibration damping material 5, the gasket from the dielectric material with high electrical strength 6, the current collector 7, the piezoelectric cell 8, the copper waveguide 9.
Pritz, "Five-parameter fractional derivative model for polymeric damping materials," Journal of Sound and Vibration, vol.
Carbon Tech's new Carbon ZZZZ silencing accessories, made with proprietary vibration damping material, can be found on the limbs, cables, string and riser-mounted Shock Stop.
The standard installation of the GE transducers calls for damping material to be adhered to the pipe with windows cut in the material at the transducer location.
Although the material has obviously its limitations when used as a seismic damping material, it is used to provide the parameters necessary for the modelling.
That was down to something they call Ultra Light Concept, a sound damping material that's both light -so important to fuel economy -and very effective in absorbing noise.
Another feature is the use of acoustic damping material on the insides of side panels, which assists in the sound-isolation capabilities usually generated by such equipment as digital video recorders and hard drive arrays.
Sound isolation strategies include acoustic damping material on the insides of side panels, gaskets on all doors, and quiet-running fans.
QuietSteel is a damping material sandwiching a viscoelastic core between metal skins of steel, stainless steel, aluminum, galvalume or other substrate.
The AR-338 gets a limited amount of damping material and no bracing.