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In this paper, the capabilities of different dynamic analytical models to approximate experimentally measured FRFs of elastomeric engine mounts of a passenger car are investigated. Artificial neural networks is used in identifying the dynamic characteristics of each model. Impact hammer test is implemented to extract measured FRFs and harmonic analysis is used to get the counterpart response of the models. Here linear and orthotropic material properties are considered for elastomeric media. Thedoi:10.1051/epjconf/20100641003 fatcat:kdzwaimycvgcfcxa7msjrlsusm