Suppressing resonant vibrations using nonlinear springs and dampers

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Zhang, B.; Billings, S.A.; Tomlinson, G.R.; Lang, Z.Q.;
  • Publisher: Automatic Control and Systems Engineering, University of Sheffield

The energy entering the resonant region of a system can be significantly reduced by introducing designed nonlinearities into the system. The basic choice of the nonlinearity can be either a nonlinear spring element or a nonlinear damping element. A numerical algorithm t... View more
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