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Title : Harmonic Vibration Analysis
Company : 3DVision Technologies
Date : 01-Jan-2012

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Any design that is subjected to a cyclical excitation source responds by vibrating in order to release the incoming energy. The vibrations are perceived as small deflections on the design. Everyday instances include motors mounted to shafts, a tool mounted on a mill or a lathe, unbalanced rotating machinery, etc. The common denominator in such cases is that a cyclic sinusoidal frequency source induces vibrations on the design, resulting in deflections. Such deflections over time are typically detrimental to a design, although in a few cases, they are desired outputs.
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