Dynamic vibration absorber

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In vibration analysis, a dynamic vibration absorber, or vibration neutralizer, is a tuned spring-mass system which reduces or eliminates the vibration of a harmonically excited system. Rotating machines such as engines, motors, and pumps often incite vibration due to rotational imbalances. A dynamic absorber can be affixed to the rotating machine and tuned to oscillate in such a way that exactly counteracts the force from the rotating imbalance. This reduces the possibility that a resonance condition will occur, which can cause catastrophic failure.[1] Properly implemented, a dynamic absorber will neutralize the undesirable vibration, which would otherwise reduce service life or cause mechanical damage.

Dynamic absorbers differ from tuned mass dampers in that dynamic absorbers do not require any damping to function satisfactorily. Damping can, however, be introduced to increase the range of frequencies for which the dynamic absorber is effective.

Although dynamic absorbers help in eliminating vibrations at the natural frequency of the system, they generate two new natural frequencies. Thus, mass of the absorber should be properly chosen to have an effective dynamic absorber system.

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  1. ^ "The Dynamic Vibration Absorber". Acoustics and Vibrations Animations. Retrieved: Dec 12, 2010.
  2. ^ Liu, Jie; Liu (2006). "A tunable electromagnetic vibration absorber". Journal of Sound and Vibration. 295 (3-5): 708–724. doi:10.1016/j.jsv.2006.01.033. 
  3. ^ Liu, Jie; Liu (2010). "Application of an active electromagnetic vibration absorber in vibration suppression". Structural Control and Health Monitoring. 17 (1): 278–300. 
  • Rao, S. (2003), Mechanical Vibrations, Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, ISBN 0-13-048987-5 .

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  • [1] - Dynamic Vibration Absorber