period of vibration

period of vibration

[′pir·ē·əd əv vī′brā·shən]
(physics)
The time for one complete cycle of a vibration.
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Lying prone on a massage table with arms extended (180[degrees]) LV arm was exposed to a 10-min recovery period of vibration, while PAS arm remained passive.
This indicates that the 10-min period of vibration did not bring about a state of relaxation in the subjects.
Due to vibrator limitations associated with fast frequency changes observed in pretests, only one period of vibration could be delivered by each vibrator within each cycle of stimulation.
The results of phase -I revealed that seismic isolation of a fix base building reduces the floor accelerations and base shear by lengthening the natural period of vibration of the structure.
Generally, structures having natural time period of vibration less than 0.
In the middle of the graph, the collision of the vocal folds consumes half of the period of vibration, creating a longer flat portion.
The characteristics of the device at this frequency are: one period of vibration 7=14.
In fact, the improvement of muscular performance after a short period of vibration training has been quoted to be similar to what occurs after several weeks of heavy resistance training.
COSMOS/Works enables students to measure and analyze 3D designs for structural integrity, deflection, thermal load, natural frequency or period of vibration, buckling, and safety factors.
1] is the period of vibrations of the object under investigation; [k.
I](x,y) is intensity of recovered image of point (x, y) against the intensity at the point that during all the period of vibrations was in zero position; [J.