FEM is the sophisticated tool which is the very helpful in the comparative result making. Adaptive Tuned Dynamic Vibration Absorbers (ARDVA) is used to control vibration in a structure. A dynamic vibration absorber (DVA) is essentially a secondary mass, attached to an original system via a spring and damper. The natural frequency of the DVA is tuned such that it coincides with the frequency of unwanted vibration in the original system. This results in a subcomponent of the total structure adding a large input impedance to the primary structure, thus, absorbing the inertial energy transferred from the primary structure. This often allows for the absorber to be mounted without affecting the mounting between the structure and the supporting foundation, therefore, providing a rigid mount with minimal movement.