Analysis and Experiment of an Air Vibration Isolation System with Auxiliary Chambers

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A mathematical model of a single degree of freedom air spring vibration isolation system is established. The model analyzes the influence of structural damping in the air spring vibration isolation system based on the traditional model. This paper establishes the relationship between the working pressure p, the volume ratio of n and system vibration transmissibility T under forced vibration. The experimental results are verified on different working pressure. The results showed that working pressure p has little effect on the resonant frequency of the system and the system vibration transmissibility. The smaller the ratio n, the lower the resonant frequency of the system and the system vibration transmissibility. The environmental excitation frequency range must be taken into account in designing.

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Chunliang Zhang and Paul P. Lin

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195-198

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R. W. Wen et al., "Analysis and Experiment of an Air Vibration Isolation System with Auxiliary Chambers", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 226-228, pp. 195-198, 2012

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November 2012

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