Design and Experimental Validation of a Plate with Internally Resonating Lattices for Low-frequency Vibro- acoustic Control

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Flaviano Tateo

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Tuesday 2 june, 2015, 10:00 - 10:20

0.7 Lisbon (47)

A flexible plate and an internal resonating lattice are combined in an assembly which is characterized by high damping performance and tuned vibration attenuation at low frequencies. The resonating lattice consists of an elastomeric frame equipped with a metallic inclusion which is designed to resonate at selected frequencies. The system achieves high damping performance by combining the frequency-selective properties of internally resonating structures, with the energy dissipation characteristics of their constituent material. Furthermore, tuning and modifying the layout of the resonant lattice allows for tailoring of the resonating properties so that vibration attenuation is obtained over desired frequency ranges. Experimental results show the performances of the resonant assembly and suggest its potential application in vibrations and noise reduction.

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