The Shock and Vibration Bulletin. Part 4. Isolation, Damping, Prediction Experimental Techniques
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON DC SHOCKAND VIBRATION INFORMATION CENTER
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Contents Transient response of real dissipative structures Dynamic response of a ring spring Shock mounting system for electronic cabinets Methods of attenuating pyrotechnic shock Energy absorption capacity of a sandwich plate with crushable core On the damping of transverse motion of free-free beams in dense stagnant fluids Optimum damping distribution for structural vibration A layered viscoelastic epoxy rigid foam material for vibration control Optimization of a combined ruzicka and snowdon vibration isolation system Transient response of passive pneumatic isolators Experimental determination of structural and still water damping and virtual mass of control surfaces Damping of a circular ring segment by a constrained viscoelastic layer Dynamic analysis of the runaway escapement mechanism A method for predicting blast loads during the diffraction phase Drag measurements on cylinders in event dial pack Dial pack blast directing experiment Blast fields about rockets and recoilless rifles Transonic rocket- sled study of fluctuating surface-pressures and panel responses Suppression of flow-induced vibrations by means of body surface modifications An experimental technique for determining vibration modes of structures with a quasi-stationary random forcing function Response of air filters to blast.