critical vibration

critical vibration

[′krid·ə·kəl vī′brā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
A vibration that is significant and harmful to a structure.
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Leads and lead frames also provide critical vibration resistance for ceramic capacitors by reducing the tensile forces applied to the naturally brittle material.
This article concentrates on the critical vibration testing element.
The unit's stainless-steel condition monitor is nested securely atop the power end to measure critical vibration and temperature readings.
A stainless steel condition monitor nested securely atop the power end to measure critical vibration and temperature readings-variations in temperature or vibration that exceed preset parameters activate the early warning system by displaying flashing red lights.
The critical vibration area for the V10 lies around 12,000 rpm, a rev band where the engine doesn't spend too much time since it operates mostly at peak revs," says Theissen.
Minus K Technology, a leading manufacturer of vibration isolation products, announces that Minus K has been selected by the Manoharan Nanoscale Facility at Stanford University to provide critical vibration isolation for Stanford's Scanning Tunneling Microscopes (STMs).
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