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  • Human Exposure To Vibration In Buildings (DIN 4150-2:1999-06 & DIN 45669-1:1995-06)
    Standards DIN 4150-2:1999-06 and DIN 45669-1:1995-06 provide a means of assessing the effect on human beings of vibration caused by vehicle traffic, trains both above and below ground, construction work and occasional impulsive type vibration caused by, say, blasting and the like.
  • Vibrations May Deliver Crucial Information To Pilots
    COLUMBUS, Ohio - Researchers at Ohio State University are exploring ways for pilots to monitor automated flight deck systems with their skin instead of just their eyes and ears. The same technology may foster human-machine communication in other domains, said Nadine Sarter, an assistant professor
  • Determining Mechanical Properties of the Human Hipbone Through Vibration Measurements (.pdf)
    Non-contact laser Doppler vibrometry is a powerful tool to aid in the study of biomechanics. Recent experiments. to determine the dynamic properties of a pelvic bone relied on deflection measurements from a 3-D scanning laser vibrometer. Excellent results were attained using this measurement
  • Applying Acoustic Vibration Monitoring to Predictive Maintenance
    . Ultrasound is defined as "...sound waves having a frequency above the limits of human hearing, or in excess of 20,000 cycles per second (hertz)." So by definition, ultrasound is totally undetectable by human ears unless aided by instruments capable of translating ultrasound to audible sound
  • Ultrasonic Equivalent Manufacturers use MTI-2100 Fotonic Sensor for Precise and Repeatable Vibration Measurements
    the range audible to the human ear, or above approximately 20,000 Hertz. When a part is excited at a frequency it generates energy. The amount of energy is proportional to the frequency and amplitude at which the part moves. The higher the amplitude and frequency, the greater the energy generated
  • Quantum leap for digital cable
    shuttling information between two superconducting circuits, or "quantum bus, " could transport data between two or more qubits. A superconducting qubit is about the width of a human hair. The researchers fabricate two qubits on a sapphire microchip, which sits in a shielded box measuring about 8 cu mm
  • Huygens Probe and PAT: Exploring a New World
    . As Huygens scientists learned by necessity: Automate all possible operations. When signals take minutes to reach their destination, remote control is both tedious and very risky. Our corollary is that operations reliant upon human intervention, however well-prepared the SOP, are also of high risk
  • MICRO: Product Technology News
    Clean Ace, a fully automated acetone washing machine, removes photoresist from the spin cups used in semiconductor manufacturing. Controlled by a Mitsubishi PLC, the programmable unit washes parts covered with photoresist, exceeding results from manual cleaning where human error is considerable

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