The transmissibility of machine mountings having non-linear spring characteristics.
Horn, Peter Harry
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The Transmissibility of any vibrating system can he discussed only after the displacement amplitude of vibration is determined. The displacement amplitude, in turn, is usually expressed in the form of a differential equation, Therefore, it is necessary to discuss briefly differential equations and their solutions.
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