水中動吸振器の最適条件 [in Japanese] The Optimum Condition of Vibration Absorber Used in Water [in Japanese]
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In order to obtain the optimum condition for designing a vibration absorber used in water, a two-degree-of-freedom system composed of a main vibrating-system and a vibration absorber in water has been considered as a first step. Then, the system has been assumed to vibrate vertically due to the forced displacement applied at its top, and the optimum condition for the absorber has been determined so as to minimize the amplitude of the main system. The result indicates that there are six design-parameters affecting the optimum condition of the absorber in water instead of four parameters in air. Among them, the parameters inherent in the absorber in water are the dimenslonless hydrodynamic-damping coeffcient for the main system and cross-sectional area ratio of the absorber's to the main system's. Moreover, the optimum conditions for designing absorbers in wate are found for various cases by equalizing the double peak amplitudes of each response-curve. Finally, the performance of absorber in water is found to be greatly affected by the above-mentioned dimensionless hydrodynamic damping coefficient than the others.
- Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. Series C.
Transactions of the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers. Series C. 00065(00630), 544-550, 1999-02
The Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers