vibrometer


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vibrometer

(vaɪˈbrɒmɪtə)
n
(General Engineering) a device that measures a vibration's amplitude
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we plan to build a three-axis scanning vibrometer to investigate additively manufactured metamaterial samples.
Damping loss factor measurements of carbon fiber panels were performed in the laser vibrometer laboratory.
Noncontact acceleration and displacement methods such as a laser Doppler vibrometer can also be used.
24) The new Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) program named Vibration Interrogation for Battlefield Exploitation seeks to use laser vibrometer technology to detect engine vibration or other disruptions for identification.
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.
This includes the programming of the control unit and the mechanical testing of the flap movement with a laser Doppler vibrometer which is presented in this paper.
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.
At the same time, Oikawa's team recorded the volunteers' words with a standard microphone and a vibrometer that measured movements of their skin.