shaking table

shaking table

[′shāk·iŋ ‚tā·bəl]
(mining engineering)
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Jigging tests were carried out by using laboratory scale Denver coal Baumjig while the tabling tests were performed on a Wilfley laboratory scale shaking table. Spiral tests were conducted on Humphrey coal spiral.
In 2006, a survey by the "Kabir, Rezai oven, Taribakhsh and Tehranian," [4] was performed on the dynamic characteristics and seismic behavior of buildings with a floor made of lightweight sandwich panels using seismic testing obtained on shaking table. "Kabir, Rezai far and Tehranian," [5] In 2006, a study, a scale model of a typical four-story building panel 35/1: 2 were tested on a shaking table.
The samples collected from these formations were crushed to sand size and then treated with shaking table to separate concentrates, middlings and tails.
During vibration testing, engineers checked the structural integrity of the spacecraft aboard a large, shaking table that simulated the rigorous ride the orbiter will encounter during liftoff aboard an Atlas rocket.
Now models were consolidated at 50g for 10hrs and then three earthquake time histories were fired to the shaking table.
Gekko says the advantages of the ILR include a target recovery for free gold of more than 95%, and that "very high recovery rates on complex sulphide-related gold can also be expected." The ILR can also contribute significantly to improved security by replacing the shaking table part of the circuit and eliminating concentrate handling.
Army Construction Engineering Research Laboratories at the University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, is a shaking table that subjects objects to shock and vibration similar to that of an earthquake.
The shaking table test can simulate the process of earthquake well; it is the most direct and effective method to study the seismic response and failure mechanism of tunnel structure in the laboratory and is one of the important methods in earthquake research.
Yan, "Shaking table test of immersed tunnel considering the geological condition," Engineering Geology, vol.