damping


damping
1) (energy absorption) a shock absorber characteristic which is determined by the orifice pattern of the shock absorber. Dashpot (spike force), conventional (constant force), progressive (increasing force) and self-compensating (various force) are four types of damping which absorb energy in different ways.
2) (vibration isolation) describes the dissipation of energy with time or displacement. There are two common types of damping: hysteretic damping (occurs in an elastomeric isolator) and Coulomb damping (as in a wire rope isolator). - constant orifice damping - conventional damping - Coulomb damping - critical damping - hysteretic damping - progressive damping - self-compensating damping - viscous damping

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