It is proposed to use a viscoelastic layer to protect equipment against vibration. The principal quadratic theory of hereditary viscoelasticity is used as the physical relation between the forces and displacements. The solutions obtained for the integrodifferential vibration equation make it possible to minimize the displacements and accelerations of the protected equipment.
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Maiboroda, V.P., Morgunov, B.I. Calculation of the nonlinear viscoelastic oscillations of an antivibration layer. Polymer Mechanics 8, 282–287 (1972). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00855984
- Physical Relation
- Viscoelastic Layer
- Vibration Equation
- Quadratic Theory
- Hereditary Viscoelasticity