Handbook of Vibration and Noise Control.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV UNIVERSITY PARK APPLIED RESEARCH LAB
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The static and dynamic properties of rubberlike materials are reviewed initially, followed by discussion of the simple and compound mounting systems. Reference is also made to the dynamic vibration absorber and to the measurement of mount transmissibility. Three sections then describe the natural frequencies, the mechanical impedances, and the transmissibility of structural members. Finally, four-pole parameter analyses are reviewed and the relative transmissibility of various mounting systems supported by a variety of non-rigid foundations is discussed. Author