vibration suppression

vibration suppression

[vī′brā·shən sə‚presh·ən]
(mechanical engineering)
The prevention of undesirable vibration, either through passive means such as damping or through active techniques involving feedback control.
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Hence adaptive vibration suppression properties can be achieved with mechatronic devices.
Built on Subaru's new global platform, it is 70% stiffer than the old model which benefits noise and vibration suppression as well as improving handling.
Doublelayer vibration suppression bilinear system featuring electro-rheological damper with optimal damping and semi-active control, Journal of Vibroengineering 18(6): 3891-3914.
It demonstrated superb noise and vibration suppression, which is actually far better than previously tested competitors.
* Superior motion performance - Advanced Vibration Suppression Control II[TM], One-Touch Tuning[TM], 4 million pulse encoders, and 2.5 kHz speed frequency response reduces settling time and minimizes overshoot.
Changes to the steering means less vibration reaching the driver's hands and the wheel now returns to dead centre more naturally while improvements in noise and vibration suppression ensure the car's cabin is far more refined and cosseting.
Huang, "Analytical vibration suppression analysis of composite beams with piezoelectric laminae," Smart Materials and Structures, vol.
Other researchers such as Wenku, Jinwu, Lin Xijun et al., and Lin also had made contribution to the cab vibration suppression for such equipment [27-30].
Cross-ties, designed as a measure for vibration suppression of structural cables, alter dynamic characteristics of the cables, making it difficult to identify their individual vibration frequencies for force calculation using the available algorithms.
Previous works simply focused on the lightweight design of compositses and structures but merely focused on the functional design of composites and structures for various engineering application environments, such as high mechanical load, high temperature, corrosion, low thermal expansion, wave absorption, wave transmission, and vibration suppression. Therefore, how to combine the lightweight and multifunctional characteristics has attracted much attention recently.
Reference [13] considered the nonengine-order excitation from a practical point of view and explained the mechanisms for vibration suppression of a piezoelectric network and piezoelectric shunt circuit using modal analysis and energy analysis.
The key to vibration suppression was "rhythmic blasting," which meant that every hole in the shot fired in sequence with an 11 ms delay from start to finish.