vibration damping

vibration damping

[vī′brā·shən ′damp·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The processes and techniques used for converting the mechanical vibrational energy of solids into heat energy.
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A wide range of industrial levelling feet complement the needs of equipment manufacturers, many are in stainless steel for heavy duty application and special designs with vibration damping pads to prolong equipment life or for use on conveyor systems.
BASF will also launch a stylish new solution for door handles, made with a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), which offers excellent adhesion to thermoplastics, softness and high temperature resistance combined, as well as good vibration damping for greater comfort.
The Elesa range of vibration damping elements can serve to cushion the vibrational energy.
A non-lubricated natural rubber element results in lower stiffness, improved vibration damping and industry leading misalignment capabilities.
Optimised door seals and additional vibration damping materials between the rear crossmembers further improve cabin comfort.
The mineral casting assures that there is vibration damping, important in grinding operations, as well as high thermal stability.
And it was Foster who invented and received the patent for the "Independent Four Wheel Vibration Damping System for Riding Mowers," according to Bad Boy's lawsuit, filed in U.
For the first time Jungheinrich is also equipping this series with a patented vibration damping system.
The initial solid, two component products are industrial-grade Gelest ExSil 100 for applications such as diaphragms, microfluidics, vibration damping, high-performance seals, and optical or electrical interconnects; and a more highly refined, biocompatible medical grade for implantable medical devices.
Although the resonance amplitude can be reduced by increasing damping, torsional vibration damping performance would decrease in the idle and driving conditions.
KARACHI -- BASF is now expanding its expertise in top mounts to enable car manufacturers an optimum combination of weight savings, pleasant acoustics and vibration damping.
Active vibration damping using an inertial, electro-dynamic actuator, ASME Journal of Vibration and Acoustics 129(1): 39-47.