Applied Technologies and Innovations

  Previous Article | Back to Volume | Next Article
  Abstract | References | Citation | Download | Preview | Statistics
Volume 1
Issue 1
Online publication date 2010-04-09
Title Lever mechanism for vibration isolation
Author Kuinian Li, Mitchell Gohnert
Abstract By introducing lever mechanism into the conventional vibration isolation system, new vibration isolation systems such as lever-damper isolator (LDI), lever-spring isolator (LSI) and lever-spring-mass isolator (LSMI) can be developed. The transmissibility of LDI, transmissibility of LSI and that of LSMI are obtained analytically. With numerical simulation, the vibration isolation performance of these systems and the effect of parameters on the performance are investigated. The results show that the performance of traditional vibration isolator can be improved by the introducing of lever mechanism. The results also show that the new systems have less constraint in design.
Citation
References
Aoki, K., Mitsui, T., 2008. “A tabletop experiment for the direct measurement of the speed of light”, American Journal of Physics, Vol. 6, No.9, pp.812-815.

Cooke, J., Martin, M., McCartney, H., Wilf, B., 1968. “Direct determination of the speed of light as a general Physics Laboratory experiment”, American Journal of Physics, Vol.36, No.9, pp.847-847.

James, M., Ormond, R., Stasch, A., 1999. “Speed of light measurement for the myriad”, American Journal of Physics, Vol.67, No.8, pp.681-684.
Keywords Vibration isolator, transmissibility, lever mechanism.
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.15208/ati.2010.3
Pages 21-28
Download Full PDF Download
  Previous Article | Back to Volume | Next Article
Share
Search in articles
Statistics
Journal Published articles
ATI 263
Journal Hits
ATI 698660
Journal Downloads
ATI 7514
Total users online -