Vibration Isolation - Transmissibility Curve Explained

The transmissibility curves are presented, illustrating the comparison between top-performing air tables and the typical Minus K 1/2-Hz performance. Minus K isolators, adjusted to 1/2 Hz, achieve an isolation efficiency of 93% at 2 Hz, 99% at 5 Hz, and 99.7% at 10 Hz. Up to approximately 10 Hz, the isolation performance closely resembles that of an ideal undamped single-degree-of-freedom system. Beyond this point, the transmissibility curve reaches a plateau with some resonances at higher frequencies.

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Vibration Isolation | Minus K's Transmissibility Curve Explained

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