residual vibration

residual vibration

[rə′zij·ə·wəl vī′brā·shən]
(statistical mechanics)
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At the same time, two servo velocity meters (Model: VSE-15D6) are installed on the base platform and the payload platform, respectively, to collect the vibration signals of the base platform and the residual vibration signal of the payload platform after active control.
However, the high speed may induce severe mechanical residual vibration which results in long response time and low position accuracy with overshoots [1].
Joining that battle are Mathews' Harmonic Stabilizer Lite, which reduces 75 percent of residual vibration, the Harmonic Damper, an energy-absorbing weight suspended in an elastorner wheel, the Dead End String Stop Lite and string-mounted Monkey Tails.
A value of 8/8 or 7/8 (almost no residual vibration of the tuning fork) is considered to be normal, and lower values (high levels of vibration of the tuning fork) indicate an impairment of vibration sense.
If estimations of system's natural frequency, [[omega].sub.n], and the damping ratio, [zeta], for vibration modes of the system which must be canceled are known, then the residual vibration that results from the sequence of impulses can be described as
The 4.5-earthquake May 1 in Wyoming, near Yellowstone's super volcano caldera, is believed to be a residual vibration of shale oil mining blasts in the area.
The director of the General Authority for Geological Research Yousif Samani told the Sudan official news agency (SUNA) that the 3.0 size tremor detected by their devices at around 2:48 pm appears to be a "residual vibration" resulting from "external effect that may be man-made".
Norton (mechanical engineering, Northeastern, Tufts and Worcester Polytechnic U.) provides students and manufacturers with the latest technologies and methods used in the manufacturing of cams such as translating and oscillating followers, cutter compensation, cam profile definition and residual vibration control.
If a strand has gotten small enough that the amount of energy contained by the frequency and amplitude of the residual vibration are too low to cause enough stress on the strand, it doesn't break.
"To do that, vibration in the machine tool must be reduced and components must move as smoothly as possible so that residual vibration at the cutting point is minimized."
Karagulle, "Residual vibration control of a single-link flexible curved manipulator," Simulation Modelling Practice and Theory, vol.
Mathews advertises a 75-percent reduction in residual vibration from their Harmonic Stabilizer Lite, which is 70 percent lighter than the original version.