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A new hybrid mount system is proposed for microvibration control in a high-tech factory. The mount consists of an airspring as a passive device and a piezostack actuator as an active device. The two devices are connected in series. Some numerical simulations and experimental tests are carried out to evaluate isolation performance of the mount system comprising of four proposed hybrid mounts. As a control logic, the specific algorithm is adopted for considering multiple target frequencies of excitation based on a Filtered-X LMS algorithm. The results are compared with isolation performance of the passive airspring mount system. It is confirmed that the proposed hybrid mount system has great performance on microvibration.
A hybrid mount for shipboard machinery installed on naval ships was developed. The mount is combined with a rubber mount and a piezostack actuator. The rubber mount is one of the most popular and effective passive mounts to have been applied to various vibration systems to date. The piezostack actuator is featured by a fast response time, small displacement and low power consumption. Through a series of experimental tests conducted in accordance with MIL-M-17185A(SHIPS), MIL-M-17508F(SH), and MIL-S-901D which are US military specifications related to the performance requirements of the mount, it has been confirmed that the hybrid mount shows more effective performance for use in naval ships.
System identification for cylindrical oil dampers is carried out based on a series of dynamic experimental tests and theoretical approach for the analysis of the experimental data. Experimental tests are conducted using a specific hydraulic actuator in the wide frequency range from 10 Hz to 90 Hz. From this study, it is confirmed that control force of the damper is composed of inertia, damping and restoring components. In general, both restoring and damping components are significant and comparable. However, the portion of the inertia components becomes more significant than to be negligible in the high frequency range.
A hybrid electromagnetic actuator with an air mount is designed so as to achieve the desired isolation reduce the vibration efficiency on the floor vibration. The performance specification of the hybrid electromagnetic actuator is determined based on the vibration criterion for vibration-sensitive equipment. In the design stage of the electromagnetic actuator, the simple reluctance method is adapted to analyze magnetic circuits. The result is verified by finite element analysis using ANSYS Emag. Finally, in order to confirm the design performance, a dynamic characteristic test is carried out for the prototype of a hybrid electromagnetic actuator.
The mount suppliers are providing limited information on the dynamic characteristics of the mounts to some designers and some manufacturers of the high-precision machines. In this technical study, the experimental review was carried out about dynamic characteristics of five kinds of commercial passive mounts sold in the market. The dynamic characteristics, natural frequency and damping ratio, extracted from experimental tests were compared to the materials supplied by mount makers. In order to predict the performance of the high-precision machines with mounts, exact values of the dynamic characteristics of mounts should be used in the stage of numerical analysis.