Vibration isolation by relative resonance perceived in combination of rigid bodies and elastic beams

JOURNAL OF SOUND AND VIBRATION(2024)

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This paper develops a novel low-frequency vibration isolation device based on rigid body dynamics called a Rigid Elastic Vibration Isolator (REVI). The REVI model is realized by coupling four elastic beams with two rigid bodies monolithically made using 3D printing. The system operates based on the vibration of the intermediate rigid bodies, which leads to the antiresonance phenomenon at low frequencies. The dynamic analysis of the proposed REVI system has been meticulously investigated through analytical methods and real-world experimentation. The analytical method uses the Spectral element method to obtain the dynamic response, which is also validated by the experimental findings. Furthermore, the REVI transmittance sensitivity analysis was conducted by adjusting the rigid mass and system load and exploring methods for generating wide low-frequency bandgaps. The inclination angle of the REVI system is also varied, revealing the bandgap characteristics regarding negative transmittance level. The parametric study varying the geometric properties of the REVI system enhances our understanding of the bandgap and attenuation characteristics within the attenuation band. The REVI mechanism is practical and easily implemented, allowing for accurate and repeatable modeling. Moreover, the analytical observations assist in refining the shape of the REVI mechanism to achieve the necessary bandgap for the desired transmittance.
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Vibration isolation,Anti-resonance,Spectral element method,Transmittance,Band-gap
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