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Carbon fiber reinforced polymers (CFRP) are becoming a common solution to minimize the structural weight in aerospace and automotive applications. The dynamic response of such lightweight structures presents higher acceleration levels than equivalent metallic designs. Hence, damping techniques whose performance depends on accelerations like Particle Damping (PD) have a strong potential to damp them. This paper intends to demonstrate how vibrations on CFRP structures can be efficiently dampeddoi:10.4271/2019-01-6000 fatcat:ytwemdz5ynclff3ty2mecn447u