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EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION BY MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS FROM THE TECHNOLOGICAL EQUIPMENT WITH ANTI-VIBRATION SYSTEMS WITH DEGRADED VISCOELASTIC LINKS

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Author(s): ADRIAN LEOPA

Journal: Journal of Science and Arts
ISSN 1844-9581

Volume: 12;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 67;
Date: 2010;
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Keywords: pollution | environment | vibration | spectra.

ABSTRACT
In the plastic deformation industry, there are a number of machinery that producing vibrations by specific technological process, that may have adverse effects on developed industrial activity and destructive effects on the built environment. In this context, it is necessary to implement anti-vibration systems for the purpose of isolation and damping generated vibration. Due to intensive and varied loadings duty faced by anti-vibration systems, after a while of use, degradation occurs on viscoelastic links of the embedded elements. This phenomenon induces a nonlinear behavior of anti-vibration systems with significant changes in the dynamic response of the equipment and thus with changing the vibration impact on the environment.

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