The four-fold method of noise and vibration control
This White Paper on noise and vibration control will help control engineers get a better understanding of how passive acoustical systems can best be used to improve instrument designs at the lowest cost.
By David Frankovich, Senior Applications Engineer, E-A-R Specialty Composites
CONTROL ENGINEERS seeking to build cost-effective noise and vibration controls into their instrument designs can read this systematic and concise tutorial outlining the four principal tools for noise and vibration control (damping, isolation, absorption and barrier materials), authored by E-A-R Specialty Composites The Four-Fold Method of Noise and Vibration Control white paper will help control engineers get a better understanding of how passive acoustical systems can best be used to improve instrument designs at the lowest cost.
George Gabuzda, Senior Director of E-A-R comments, Whether control engineers are attempting to retrofit noise and vibration controls into existing products, or considering new instrument designs, it pays to have a better handle on basic principles that affect choices of materials for noise or vibration controls. Choosing the right materials for a particular noise or vibration problem
does not require magic, but can sometimes be tricky.
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Author: E-A-R Specialty Composites