vibration limit

vibration limit

[vī′brā·shən ‚lim·ət]
(civil engineering)
The amount of time during which fresh concrete remains mobile when subjected to vibration.

vibration limit

The time required for fresh concrete to harden sufficiently to prevent its becoming mobile when subjected to vibration.
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The Vibracon LVL-B Series vibration limit switches are insensitive to material build-up, external vibration and flow noise, and have no mechanical moving parts for reliable, maintenance-free level sensing.
Sometimes a vendor may specify vibration limits more than the API-617 for these machines.
Prior to actual field performance verification, the equipment must be verified to run at proper speed, direction, and within acceptable vibration limits.
Table of Criteria Bearing measurements (10-10000 Hz), from Canadian Government Specification CDA/MSNVSH 107: Vibration Limits for Maintanace.
While absolute vibration limits for a machine may not be known, there is a high probability that large changes in vibration level indicate something significant with respect to the operating condition of the machine.
without any quantified scientific evidence linking vibration to back pain, the commission had nonetheless proposed absurdly tight whole body vibration limits.
If on note the elliptical wheels semi-axis with r and R, then the vibration limits of the angular speed are: [[omega].