mechanical damping

mechanical damping

[mi′kan·ə·kəl ′damp·iŋ]
(engineering acoustics)
Mechanical resistance which is generally associated with the moving parts of an electromechanically transducer such as a cutter or a reproducer.
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This transaction strengthens Boyd's core competencies in sealing, EMI shielding, electrical, acoustic and thermal insulation, vibration absorption, bonding and mechanical damping.
When considering the mechanical damping of the bridge, substituting (3) into (1), multiplying both sides of the aforementioned resultant equation by [[phi].
The researchers conclude that the bounces increase because the zinc oxide forms tiny bridges within the zinc material, which decreases the mechanical damping of the battery.
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DMA tests were performed using the TA Instruments Model DMA 983, which offers a rapid and sensitive means to simultaneously obtain an elastic modulus (stiffness) and a mechanical damping (toughness) for materials.
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The job of keeping its potent power in check is taken care of by Audi's unique permanent four-wheel drive combined with Dynamic Ride Control an electronically governed, mechanical damping system.
This car comes with Dynamic Ride Control, an electronically-controlled mechanical damping system which monitors road conditions and cornering forces and continually adjusts the suspension to maintain balance in all situations, while at the same time keeping a supple ride.
This feature used to be performed, to some extent, by mechanical damping components.
Dynamic mechanical properties (storage moduli E[prime], dynamic loss moduli E[double prime], and mechanical damping tan [Delta]) of the compounds were measured using a dynamic mechanical analyzer (DMA 980 Dynamic Mechanical Analyzer manufactured by TA Instruments).
introduced last fall the newest versions of its Hydrosnubber mechanical damping control device, a line of accessories designed for use with ultrasonic welders to permit accurately controlled part contact speed and improved actuator stroke settings.

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