Abstract

The theory of active vibration control based on the principle of broad-band compensation coupled with controllable vibration damping is presented. The applications of this principle to parametric and nonlinear mechanical structures are discussed. For the first time the possibility of the active vibration control with the aid of stochastic self-excited vibration spectrum transformation nonlinear phenomena is investigated. The theoretical and experimental results are compared for various complex mechanical objects.

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