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 pdf fileUFC 3-450-01 Noise and Vibration Control
UFC 3-450-01. 15 May 2003. UNIFIED FACILITIES CRITERIA (UFC). NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL. APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE; DISTRIBUTION UNLIMITED

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 pdf fileTorsional Vibration of Turbo-Machinery
Torsional Vibration of Turbo-Machinery By Duncan Walker * Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional * Number Of Pages: 189 * Publication Date: 2003-10-31 * ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0071430377 * ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780071430371 * Binding: Hardcover

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 pdf fileVIBRATION TESTING
ABSTRACT How many hours of vibration testing equals how many miles (or kilometers) of transport? A simple question, but unfortunately the answer is neither simple nor straightforward. This paper examines the factors involved in attempting to construct such an equivalence, explains the methodology behind an accepted and proven approach, and discusses the issue of accelerated (time-compressed) vibration simulation in detail.

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 pdf fileTHEORY OF VIBRATION ISOLATION
Vibration isolation concerns means to bring about a reduction in a vibratory effect. A vibration isolator in its most elementary form may be considered as a resilient member connecting the equipment and foundation.The function of an isolator is to reduce the magnitude of motion transmitted from a vibrating foundation to the equipment or to reduce the magnitude of force transmitted from the equipment to its foundation.

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 pdf fileBasic Vibration Isolation Theory
The object of the following is to acquaint the user with the principles and I terminology encountered in analyzing basic vibratory systems. Information is presented regarding the simple vibratory system and the principles of vibration isolation plus a discussion of how these principles apply to isolated foundation design.

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 pdf fileVibration Isolation Terminology
The isolation of machinery to prevent the transmission of vibration and noise has become one of the important phases of modern building engineering. Light weight construction and locating mechanical equipment on upper floors, adjacent to quiet areas, increases the requirement for vibration control. The use of isolation is primarily for reducing the effect of the dynamic forces generated by moving parts in a machine into the surrounding structure.

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