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  • Vibration Measurement; Vibration Sensors; Measuring Vibration Precisely
    Vibration is a complex measurement containing many different parameters. Different measurement technologies have advantages and disadvantages depending on the ultimate vibration measurement goals. This Application Note addresses all of these areas.
  • Vibration Data
    Vibration data for ANSI group pumps.
  • Vibration Measurements: Vibration Analysis Basics
    ...discuss and compare several different ways to analyze your vibration data.
  • What is vibration?
    Vibration is a mechanical phenomenon whereby oscillations occur about an equilibrium point. The oscillations may be periodic such as the motion of a pendulum or random such as the. movement of a tire on a gravel road. Vibration is occasionally "desirable". For example the motion of a tuning fork
  • Principles of Vibration, Second Edition
    Principles of Vibration, Second Edition. Written with a student-centric slant, this informative text takes an informal approach to the understanding and analysis of vibration problems. It also covers single-degree-of-freedom systems and multiple-degree-of-freedom systems.
  • Harris' Shock and Vibration Handbook
    Harris' Shock and Vibration Handbook. Written by outstanding authorities in a variety of fields, this thorough text covers basic theories of shock and vibration measurement; testing, design, and control methodologies; and practical applications of theory.
  • Vibration Measurements: Accelerometer Basics
    ...discuss and compare several different accelerometer types that can be used for vibration measurement.
  • Fan Balance and Vibration
    Vibration always has been a good indicator of how well a piece of equipment was designed, installed, and maintained. With sophisticated, computerized, preventative maintenance programs, vibration can now also be used as a precursor of future maintenance requirements.
  • Reduce Vibration and Shock
    During operation, vibration is always occurring. Failures associated with vibration, such as loose bolts or broken welds, are often related to general fatigue or degradation of the assembly rather than one, abrupt movement.
  • Machinery Vibration: Alignment
    Machinery Vibration: Alignment. This practical book provides alignment methods for engineers and technicians responsible for machinery design and operation. It also covers the alignment of bearings, gears, pulleys, and a variety of power transmission components.
  • Torsional Vibration of Turbomachinery
    Torsional Vibration of Turbomachinery. Including application case studies and in-depth interpretation of computer-generated results, this book offers practical answers to preventing excessive damage, failure and noise due to vibrations in machines.
  • Guide to Vibration-Proof Fasteners
    How do you insure the fasteners won't loosen in an application that is prone to vibration? Engineers frequently debate that question. Along with proper torque, common possible solutions boil down to these: Use of washers to lengthen the ratio of clamped length. Threadlockers. Safety wire (aka
  • Vibration Analysis Case Study
    VSC received data on a screw compressor as part of our Remote Vibration Monitoring Program. It is not unusual for screw compressors to have higher vibration than most other industrial equipment due to the basic nature of the machine. The way to analyze any machine problem is by diagnosing
  • Vibration Damping in Drive Couplings
    A customer sizing an elastomer insert coupling recently asked us if using a larger body size would provide better vibration damping

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