shock isolation

shock isolation

[′shäk ‚ī·sə‚lā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
The application of isolators to alleviate the effects of shock on a mechanical device or system.
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the offered goods must include the complete system to include the tank, hepa filtration and fan, air shock isolation pads, led lighting, and casing catcher.
Wilson, "Analytical and experimental investigation of buckled beams as negative stiffness elements for passive vibration and shock isolation systems," Journal of Vibration and Acoustics, vol.
[2] http://www.vibrodynamics.com/english/hammers.html Vibration and Shock Isolation Systems for Forging Machinery, Vibro/dynamics, Technical bulletin M/L-697
[9] investigate the bistability and negative stiffness of a buckled beam mechanism in the vibration and shock isolation systems.
Instead of wasting additional engineering resources to develop a long life embedded computing controller platform from scratch to satisfy EMI interference protection requirements and electronic shock isolation requirements, leveraging pre-certified medical-grade (CE/FCC Class B & UL60601) embedded computing platforms can help to shorten the development cycle by three to six months on average with only minor customization and without having to go through product certification again.
It incorporates oil-bath lubrication of eccentric bearings to ensure long-term protection against wear as well as a technically-advanced shock isolation system that directs 99% of vibration forces downward into the material being compacted as opposed to the operator cabin.
That container includes a metal shock isolation tray that protects the INU from damage.
serial mountings; use of shims in laminates; inclined mountings; internal heat generation; fatigue considerations; vibration isolation; focalized systems; shock isolation; dynamic environments; practical design details; design for uniform stress; dimensional tolerances; installation; causes of failure; typical mountings; flexible couplings; and seals.
The compact and lightweight PONY PCU is thus configured with an all-encompassing shock isolation system for the hard drive, electronics, and display.
Critical to the design of the casing was the ability to provide electrical shock isolation, as the device is intended for use during emergency resuscitations.
The RM3000 requires no special mounting or shock isolation. Since the unit is conduction cooled, no forced-air cooling is required.