shake-table test

shake-table test

[′shāk ¦tā·bəl ‚test]
(engineering)
A laboratory test for vibration tolerance, in which the device to be tested is placed on a shake table.
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Seible and his colleagues will place the data from the first shake-table test on the Internet for use by other research labs.
Xie, "Shake-table test for a typical curved bridge: wave passage and local site Effects," Journal of Bridge Engineering, vol.
[16] reported the results of a series of shake-table tests on a half-scale, four-story building with reinforced concrete and unreinforced masonry walls.