Investigation on Power Transmission for the Isolation System Mounting on Plate-Shell Coupled Structure


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An approach of combining the rigid body theory and improved Fourier series method is proposed to model the single-stage isolation system based on an elastic plate-shell coupled structure, and the isolation performance is investigated. Considering the practical problems of the machinery system design in the field of marine engineering, the influences of various structural parameters on the isolation performance for the isolation system is implemented. The numerical simulation results are given and discussed.



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M.R. Xue, K.M. Li, M.H. Lee and X.Y. Zhang




L. Dai et al., "Investigation on Power Transmission for the Isolation System Mounting on Plate-Shell Coupled Structure", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vols. 716-717, pp. 631-634, 2015

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December 2014




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