Theoretical Analysis of Mechanical Vibrations
A method is proposed for transforming a mechanical system described by arbitrary generalized coordinates into a system described by primary coordinates. To this end, an elastic element with negative rigidity is introduced. As a result, the vibrational motion is divided into two components; the maximum vibrational frequency is decreased; and the vibrational protection of the system is improved.
Keywords:elastic element diesel generator negative rigidity eigenfrequency
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