Numerous vibrating electromechanical systems miss a rigid connection to the inertial frame. An artificial inertial frame can be generated by a shaker which compensates for vibrations. In this paper we present an encapsulated and perforated unimorph bending plate for this purpose. As basis for system simulation and optimization a new 3-port multi domain network model was derived. An extension of the network allows the simulation of the acoustical behavior inside the capsule. Network parameters are determined using Finite Element simulations. The dynamic behavior of the network model agrees with the Finite Element simulation results up to the first resonance of the system. The network model was verified by measurements on a laboratory setup, too.

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