AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF VISCOELASTIC DAMPING FOR BEAM TYPE AGCELEROMETERS
Accelerometers have been recognized as the primary transducer used to measure dynamic characteristics of vibrating structures for many years. They maintain excellent linearity over a wide frequency range, self generating capabilities, high sensitivity, and compact design. However, as each new accelerometer is designed, different characteristics emerge which may be either desirable or undesirable depending on the particular application of the device. Copyright © 1993, Wiley Blackwell. All rights reserved
AN EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF VISCOELASTIC DAMPING FOR BEAM TYPE AGCELEROMETERS.
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