1968-02-01

Feasibility Study of a Hybrid Vibration Isolation System 680751

A vibration isolation system is investigated theoretically and experimentally which combines an active element with a passive system. The resulting system, here called a hybrid vibration isolation system, seeks to give stiff response at low frequencies and soft response at high frequencies without a large resonant response at intermediate frequencies. It is shown that fairly good response can be achieved with reasonable choice of operating parameters.

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