Anshika Arya
National Institute Of Technology (NIT), Hamirpur
Anshika Arya has created this Calculator and 500+ more calculators!
Dipto Mandal
Indian Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Guwahati
Dipto Mandal has verified this Calculator and 400+ more calculators!

10 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Magnification factor in terms of transmissibility ratio if natural circular frequency is known
Magnification Factor=Transmissibility Ratio/(sqrt(1+(((2*Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)/(Critical damping coefficient*Natural circular frequency))^2))) GO
Maximum displacement of vibration if Transmissibility ratio is known
Maximum displacement=(Transmissibility Ratio*Applied force)/(sqrt((Stiffness of spring^2)+((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2))) GO
Angular velocity of vibration in terms of force transmitted
Angular velocity=Damping coefficient=(sqrt(((Force Transmitted/Maximum displacement)^2)-(Stiffness of spring^2)))/Damping coefficient GO
Applied force if transmissibility ratio and maximum displacement of vibration is given
Applied force=(Maximum displacement*sqrt((Stiffness of spring^2)+((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2)))/Transmissibility Ratio GO
Maximum displacement of vibration in terms of force transmitted
Maximum displacement=Force Transmitted/(sqrt((Stiffness of spring^2)+((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2))) GO
Stiffness of spring in terms of force transmitted
Stiffness of spring=sqrt(((Force Transmitted/Maximum displacement)^2)-((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2)) GO
Damping coefficient in terms of force transmitted
Damping coefficient=(sqrt(((Force Transmitted/Maximum displacement)^2)-(Stiffness of spring^2)))/Angular velocity GO
Natural circular frequency in terms of transmissibility ratio
Natural circular frequency=Angular velocity/(sqrt(1+(1/Transmissibility Ratio))) GO
Transmissibility ratio when force transmitted is known
Transmissibility Ratio=Force Transmitted/Applied force GO
Transmitted force if transmissibility ratio is known
Force Transmitted=Transmissibility Ratio*Applied force GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Applied force if transmissibility ratio and maximum displacement of vibration is given
Applied force=(Maximum displacement*sqrt((Stiffness of spring^2)+((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2)))/Transmissibility Ratio GO

Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known Formula

Applied force=Force Transmitted/Transmissibility Ratio
F=F<sub>T</sub>/ε
More formulas
Force transmitted GO
Maximum displacement of vibration in terms of force transmitted GO
Stiffness of spring in terms of force transmitted GO
Damping coefficient in terms of force transmitted GO
Angular velocity of vibration in terms of force transmitted GO
Transmissibility ratio when force transmitted is known GO
Transmissibility ratio GO
Transmitted force if transmissibility ratio is known GO
Applied force if transmissibility ratio and maximum displacement of vibration is given GO
Maximum displacement of vibration if Transmissibility ratio is known GO
Transmissibility ratio in terms of magnification factor GO
Magnification factor if transmissibility ratio is given GO
Magnification factor in terms of transmissibility ratio if natural circular frequency is known GO
Transmissibility ratio if natural circular frequency and magnification factor is known GO
Transmissibility ratio if natural circular frequency and critical damping coefficient is known GO
Transmissibility ratio if there's no damping GO
Natural circular frequency in terms of transmissibility ratio GO

What is meant by vibration isolation?

Vibration isolation is a commonly used technique for reducing or suppressing unwanted vibrations in structures and machines. With this technique, the device or system of interest is isolated from the source of vibration through insertion of a resilient member or isolator.

How to Calculate Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known?

Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known calculator uses Applied force=Force Transmitted/Transmissibility Ratio to calculate the Applied force, The Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known formula is defined as a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object. Applied force and is denoted by F symbol.

How to calculate Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known, enter Force Transmitted (FT and Transmissibility Ratio (ε) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known calculation can be explained with given input values -> 2 = 6/3.

FAQ

What is Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known?
The Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known formula is defined as a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object and is represented as F=FT or Applied force=Force Transmitted/Transmissibility Ratio. Force Transmitted in a body is basically governed by Newton's laws of conservation of linear and angular momentum and Transmissibility Ratio is the ratio of the force transmitted (FT) to the force applied (F) is known as the isolation factor or transmissibility ratio of the spring support.
How to calculate Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known?
The Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known formula is defined as a force that is applied to an object by a person or another object is calculated using Applied force=Force Transmitted/Transmissibility Ratio. To calculate Applied force if transmissibility ratio is known, you need Force Transmitted (FT and Transmissibility Ratio (ε). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Force Transmitted and Transmissibility Ratio and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Applied force?
In this formula, Applied force uses Force Transmitted and Transmissibility Ratio. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Applied force=(Maximum displacement*sqrt((Stiffness of spring^2)+((Damping coefficient*Angular velocity)^2)))/Transmissibility Ratio
Share Image
Let Others Know
LinkedIn
Email
WhatsApp
Copied!