vibration limit

vibration limit

[vī′brā·shən ‚lim·ət]
(civil engineering)
The amount of time during which fresh concrete remains mobile when subjected to vibration.

vibration limit

The time required for fresh concrete to harden sufficiently to prevent its becoming mobile when subjected to vibration.
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However, different training protocols and different types of training with vibration limit the comparison and the discussion of the results.
It has a vibration limit of 0.04 percent RO/G, an isolated 0 to 5 V dc output, and is 28 V dc powered.
A 500 g vibration limit and 2500 g shock limit have also been incorporated.
Pepperl+Fuchs introduces Vibracon LVL-B Series vibration limit switches.
The Vibracon LVL-B Series vibration limit switches are insensitive to material build-up, external vibration and flow noise, and have no mechanical moving parts for reliable, maintenance-free level sensing.
We can determine the allowed vibration limit as a function of the vibration frequency, [f.sub.v] = [f.sub.m], the frequency offset from the carrier.
The work described by Lusk was undertaken to dramatically reduce blast vibrations so that mining could be extended 80 ft below a large surface structure and still comply with a 2-in./second vibration limit. In this example, standard Springfield Underground design the V extends from floor to roof and the right hand side of the round is delayed with an additional 17 ms.
Vibration limit level sensor for all types of liquids, operating temperature -50 - 150 C, operating pressures up to 100 bar, the viscosity up to 10,000 mm2; of the liquid level switch; of the liquid level switch
For all applications, the frequencies related to bearing faults and harmonics, generally in the range of 50 Hz to 500 Hz, the allowable vibration limit is 0.01 in./second-peak (0.254 mm/ second-peak).
Temperature range is 50[degrees]C to 120[degrees]C, vibration limit is 500 g, and weight is 85 g.
In many cases, ground vibration from blasting can make or break a mine and exceedances of ground vibration limits can not only be costly, but cause mine shutdowns and mine managers and owners to face jail time.
MLI's TXF and MAL's CutPro are both fully mature systems that can be used in industrial settings to analyze and optimize vibration limited cutting [2, 3].