internal vibration

internal vibration

Energetic agitation of freshly mixed concrete by means of a vibrating device which is inserted into the concrete at selected locations.
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PPR clamps suit standard 1" square tube without drilling and come with, or without, internal vibration damping rubber grip pads for plain panels, or with locking teeth to suit electro-welded mesh type TEC[R] (max.
Fundamental research on particle packing and flocculation (particles aggregated to form a structure) mechanisms provided insight on how to eliminate internal vibration and durability issues associated with longitudinal cracking along the vibration trail.
The new sophisticated Browning Eclipse SLX is both fast and forgiving, and the RadialLok Limb Pockets feature a cushy, internal vibration dampening insert.
1) The bloc of sensation expresses pictorial impossibility, a state between paint and motif, a state of expressivity, of internal vibration, what we know as classic Cezanne.
The SatAlarm-Sentry(TM), is a unique, totally self-contained, and non-intrusive callout system that senses the operating status of the equipment by using an internal vibration sensor.
In an effort to reduce internal vibration of the capacitor winding, a larger diameter lead wire is used.
There is also fascinating news in the internal vibration damping arena.
The internal vibration diffusion mechanisms within strand wires, between wires and grout, or in the polyethylene sheathing, etc.
Larger diameter lead wire to eliminate internal lead breakage at critical stress points and reduce internal vibration of the capacitor winding.
The second related issue concerned how to ensure that any internal vibrations did not cause serious shaking of the mill; this was achieved through the use of specially designed dampers.
Countering internal vibrations is a long, narrow window close to where the head comes in contact with the tape.
Bearing wear, grinding-wheel imbalance, and gearbox problems are examples of sources of internal vibrations.