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Active Control of Vibration, Applications of

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Vibration suppression; Vibration isolation; Structure-born noise reduction

Abbreviations

AMP:

Amplifier

ANC:

Active noise control

ANVC:

Active noise-vibration control

ASAC:

Active structural acoustic control

AVC:

Active vibration control

CFRP:

Carbon fiber reinforced polymer

CROR:

Counter-rotating open rotor

EF:

Eigenfrequency

EMI:

Electromagnetic interference

FIR:

Finite impulse response filter

FRF:

Frequency response function

IIR:

Infinite impulse response filter

LSA:

Loudspeaker array

PBC:

Printed circuit board

PVDF:

Polyvinylidene fluoride

RME:

Radiation modal expansion

SHM:

Structural health monitoring

SLDV:

Scanner laser Doppler vibrometer

SPL:

Sound pressure level

SPU:

Signal processing unit

TBL:

Turbulent boundary layer

TL:

Transmission loss

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In this chapter, different methods to achieve a reduction of unwanted structural vibrations using augmented active components are discussed. The proper selection of a suitable method depends on the application goal, the...

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Algermissen, S., Kletz, B.T., Pohl, M. (2019). Active Control of Vibration, Applications of. In: Altenbach, H., Öchsner, A. (eds) Encyclopedia of Continuum Mechanics. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-662-53605-6_246-1

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