Abstract

This paper proposes a new method to reduce the forced vibration response of frame of linkage. It is that the root-mean-square (RMS) value of binary maximum (Bmax) of forced vibration response at a series of angular velocities is taken as the objective function, and the counterweight mass parameters of links and the stiffness factors are used as design variables. Then, it is found out that the responses are related not only to the Bmax value of shaking forces, but also to the shape of curve of shaking forces. The calculation results are compared with those of two other methods used in the reduction of forced vibration response by optimized balance of linkages, and it is shown that the new method can significantly reduce the responses of frame of linkage.

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