|Keywords||Damping, Damper, Vibration Control Device, Dynamic Absorber, Fluid, Rubber|
|Abstract||Dynamic dampers are usually made of rubber and rigid mass elements. They are widely used for cutting the resonance of mechanical structures. In this research, modification was made to a traditional damper by introducing small chambers, channels (orifices) and fluid into the rubber. By using the resonance of the fluid, a two-degree-of-freedom damper was developed with a slight weight increase. Its characteristics and vibration reduction effects were formulated and investigated experimentally. It was demonstrated that the damper works in a broad frequency range as compared to traditional dampers and can cut two resonance peaks simultaneously|
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|Guo SH||RIKEN RTC, 2271-130, Anagahora, Shimoshidami, Moriyama-ku, Nagoya 463-0003, Japanemail@example.com||2|
|Kato R||Tokai Rubber Industries, 1, Higashi 3-chome, Komaki, Aichi 485-8550, Japan||1|
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