1966-02-01

Dynamic Versus Static Spring Rates for Vibration Mounts 660599

Dynamic testing yields more realistic values for the spring rates of rubber mounts used in vibration isolation systems. Shore durometer, 20% load deflection, tensile modulus, and other static tests have generally shown little relation to the actual spring behavior under field conditions.

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