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The article presents experimental-theoretical studies of rubber shock absorbers of an elevator. Their static and dynamic stiffness in compression and static shear stiffness are determined. Two variants of fastening of rubber prisms were considered: in a cage and without a holder. It is shown that the logarithmic decrement of damping of the rubber cushion lies in the range of values 0.4 ... 0.5.doi:10.1051/matecconf/201825103022 fatcat:r3dhaovxznh4bkmbaljq3hufbe