sympathetic vibration

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Noun1.sympathetic vibration - (physics) vibration produced by resonance
natural philosophy, physics - the science of matter and energy and their interactions; "his favorite subject was physics"
oscillation, vibration - (physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean
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Brand new facilities offered by Mareel on board Queen Elizabeth include a new couples suite for seaweed bathing rituals; a meditation room with acoustic resonance loungers; a reconfigured multifunctional fitness centre and studio space; and new sound therapy facilities in every treatment room.
In particular, special attention was paid to looking at the relation between the spatial and frequency domain characteristic of the acoustic resonance and the circumferential treadband structural resonances.
The exact timing at which desynchronization becomes perceptible depends on registral space, acoustic resonance and the sensitivity of the listener.
This understanding narrowed the list of possible causes of the IL dip to either the acoustic resonance of the enclosed air cavity or the pumping motion of the ear cups.
The facial room has a state of the art Acoustic Resonance bed and is equipped with facial and microdermabrasion machines.
Within the frequency range of 100-400 Hz, numerical computation and analysis are conducted for the 5 resonant frequency orders, (1, 0, 0), (0, 1, 0), (1, 1, 0), (0, 2, 0), and (2, 1, 0) in the cylindrical acoustic cavity (Figure 5) to study influence rules of different laying rates, laying thicknesses, and laying areas on acoustic resonance response and to provide beneficial reference for in-depth study on application rules and characteristics of acoustic blanket for passive noise control.
The report also looks at methods including acoustic resonance and microwave sensing, which could be safely used to reduce the time and costs involved in detecting, inspecting and managing corrosion under insulation in structures, including pipelines.
For example, Norwegian pipeline and subsea inspection business Halfwave AS offers pigs using acoustic resonance technology which has the ability to look at very thick-walled pipe that is not common onshore.
The frequency of acoustic resonance was extracted between 0 to 5,000 Hz.
Finally, before the metal castings are sent to drummers everywhere, from the local high school bands to the New York Philharmonic, each cymbal is put through a thorough pitch analysis to ensure quality and acoustic resonance.
In a related scientific study acoustic resonance frequency analysis is used to measure egg shell quality [5].
She made this contribution through the invention of a biochemical sensor with thermo-elastic probes and her development of the Magnetic Acoustic Resonance Sensor (MARS), UNESCO said.

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