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EACS 2016 Paper No. 102This paper presents the design of an experimental electromechanical device for vibration control and energy harvesting. Traditionally, when the broadband resonant response due to a selected mode of a lightly damped structure needs to be controlled a vibration absorber is used. The resonance frequency of the absorber can be chosen to minimise the response of the structure under control. Optimising the damping ratio to achieve this aim also dissipates the most power in thedoi:10.15131/shef.data.4206558 fatcat:yfyqe4z5tvav7c2czfu2ty7esi