TAD Shut-off Damper
TAD (Tuned Mass Damper) dampers are devices that reduce vibration in structures such as buildings, bridges, and wind turbines. These devices function by adding a counteracting force that is out of phase with the structure's vibration, thereby reducing the amplitude of the vibration.
A typical TAD damper is made up of a mass attached to the structure by a spring and a damper. The mass is intended to oscillate out of phase with the vibration of the structure, effectively reducing the amplitude of the vibration.
The spring allows the mass to move with the structure, while the damper dissipates energy from the system, reducing the amplitude of the oscillation. The stiffness of the spring and the damping coefficient of the damper is tuned to the natural frequency of the structure, ensuring that the TAD damper is most effective at reducing vibrations at that frequency.
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