Vibration mitigation of engine by using composite materials

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Now a days, Vibration and composite materials are two main growing research areas in industry. Almost all the structural components subjected to dynamic loading in their working life. Vibration affects the working life of the structure, so it is very important in designing a structure. To control the structural vibration and its amplitude, it is very important to know in advance the response of the system. Composite materials give chances to designers and engineers to increase material efficiency, therefore resulting in cost reduction and better utilization of resources. Composites materials applications are wide in aerospace industries, automobile sector, manufacturing industries etc. The present study involves different types of composite materials and extensive experimental works to investigate mitigation in the vibration, generated by the engine. Composite materials are manufactured by the hand-lay-up technique. Different manufacturing techniques are there, out of which hand-lay-up method is used for current research work. From this research, it has proved that sample 1 has more vibration isolation property than traditional rubber pads.

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Mekalke, G. C., & Basavaraddi, S. R. (2019). Vibration mitigation of engine by using composite materials. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 8(3), 197–199.

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