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Polymer Testing, ISSN 0142-9418, 05/2018, Volume 67, p. 399
Rubber is an effective and low-cost material for mechanical vibration suppression because in the glass-transition zone it exhibits high damping abilities.... 
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This study addresses the dynamic behaviors of a bearing supporting structure composed of rubber O-rings. To develop an analytical method to predict the dynamic... 
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Rubber is an effective and low-cost material for mechanical vibration suppression because in the glass-transition zone it exhibits high damping abilities.... 
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