The modelisation of constrained damping layer treatments using the finite element method: spatial model and viscoelastic behaviour

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Rui Moreira; José Dias Rodrigues;
  • Subject: Engenharia mecânica | Mechanical engineering | :Mechanical engineering [Engineering and technology] | :Engenharia mecânica [Ciências da engenharia e tecnologias]

Surface and integrated damping treatments with viscoelastic layers play an important position among the passive damping treatments for light and flexible structures under vibration. Application simplicity, low cost, reduced structural modification and reduced additional... View more
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