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Vibration attenuation of weighted isolated handgrips

, : Vibration attenuation of weighted isolated handgrips. Paper, American Society of Agricultural Engineers (84-1641): 15 pp

Foam rubber vibration isolating handgrips, weighted by enclosing the rubber in a metal tube, formed the handle surface of power tools. Addition of mass to the suspended side of the system significantly reduced the frequency down to which some isolation occurred. Without the weight, vibration attenuation was found only at frequencies above about 200 Hz.

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