Systems for Passive and Active Vibration Damping
Reduction of the vibration amplitude is often problem in mechanical and civil engineering. Damping of the oscillation could be done by changing the mass and stiffness. This approach often requires a change in the constructive system solution. The alternative is active vibration damping systems, which, depending on the vibration states of the system they are part of, can induce the vibrations that by superimposition lead to their reduction. This paper presents an overview the vibration damping system (active and passive) and the principle of the mechatronic system for active vibration damping.
KeywordsVibrations Active damping Mechatronics
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