vibrometer


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vibrometer

[vī′bräm·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument designed to measure the amplitude of a vibration. Also known as vibration meter.

vibration meter

An instrument that measures the amplitude of vibration. Normally, it measures the vibration that occurs at the engine's outer casing, but it is not restricted to measuring it only. Also known as a vibrometer.
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Therefore, employing lift equipment to install contact sensors (e.g., accelerometers) needs to be avoided, and the use of laser vibrometer is definitely preferred.
In summary, the 3D vibrometer is capable of measuring the vibration of the 3D structures including full vehicles accurately even in the high frequency range.
Caption: Figure 2: Experimental setup and laser vibrometer used for calibration.
In these devices, LMS SCADAS Mobile Front-End and Dell notebook computer are responsible for recording and saving response signal from laser Doppler vibrometer. Dell notebook computer with Intel Core i7 2.93 GHz processor and 4 G RAM is used to operate LMS Test.
For measuring the flap movement, a laser Doppler vibrometer (LDV) from Polytec is used.
Using the vibrometer, 24 h measurements were taken for 40 days, and sleep disturbance symptoms were measured as follows:
A data acquisition system from National Instruments is used to measure the needle lift (laser vibrometer), voltage and current signals with 2MHz as well as pressure of the fuel.
The Leicester centre's robotised laser Doppler vibrometer (Robovib) will analyse and correlate what happens to these materials when used in a hybrid construction.
A laser Doppler vibrometer was used in order to measure such a large number of NTF values.
"Almost anything can be vibration tested using the 3D laser vibrometer system," states ASDEC general manager Tim Stubbs.
Laser vibrometer scanning is now an essential part of our toolbox, for transducers and for enclosures.
US vibration measurement tools provider Optical Measurement Systems Corporation, or OMS Corp, said it had been demerged from MetroLaser's laser vibrometer business and will operate as a standalone company in charge of the sales, service and support of all MetroLaser vibrometer products.