I need to transfer vibration to 10 meters. I can do this with solid metal rod, but its making mechanical design complex. So, I am thinking to do it hydraulically (tubes can easily be bend). But, I am not confident with hydraulics for vibration transfer.
Vibration is an exclusive attribute of solids. Can pressurized liquid in hydraulic device hold and transfer vibration?
What would happen if I apply vibration to one end of hydraulic pump? I want to see it at molecular level, too. Mathematical model is encouraged.