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Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by ...

2015-9-16  Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by transient release of in-situ stress Wenbo Lu, Yong Fan, Jianhua Yang, Peng Yan, and Ming Chen Journal of Vibration and Control 2015 23 :

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Development of a Model to Predict Vibrations Induced by ...

Similarly, Lu et al. [18–20] further reported that the surrounding rock vibration produced during blasting excavation of deep rock mass is the superposition of the vibration derived from explosion load and the vibration caused by transient stress unloading induced energy release of the surrounding rock mass, and the vibration induced by ...

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The endeavor of vibration-induced emission (VIE) for ...

2020-5-7  Organic chromophores with large Stokes shifts and dual emissions are fascinating because of their fundamental and applied interest. Vibration-induced emission (VIE) refers to a tunable multiple fluorescence exhibited by saddle-shaped N,N′-disubstituted-dihydribenzo[a,c]phenazines (DHPs), which involves photo Celebrating 10 years of Chemical Science

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Vibrations induced by trains - ULisboa

Vibrations induced by trains Case Study: Extension of track platform of Gare do Oriente M. Monteiro Summary This work describes a set of research studies that were made with the intent of studying vibrations created by the circulation of trains. In the last decades, the development of high-speed trains emphasized the need to closely

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FUNDAMENTALS OF VORTEX-INDUCED VIBRATION

2017-10-21  Figure 11: Vortex-induced vibration of spring-supported, damped circular cylinder. f is the natural frequency of the cylinder (Feng, 1968) 15 . Presentation Notes: This figure shows the lock-on phenomenon also. It has an additional feature for self-excited oscillation. The phase angle, which is the

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Vibration - Health Effects : OSH Answers

Vibration induced health conditions progress slowly. In the beginning it usually starts as a pain. As the vibration exposure continues, the pain may develop into an injury or disease. Pain is the first health condition that is noticed and should be addressed in order to stop the injury.

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A Vibration-Induced-Emission-Based Fluorescent ...

2021-4-15  The development of chemosensors to detect analytes in biologically relevant solutions is a challenging task. We report the synthesis of a fluorescent receptor that combines vibration-induced emission (VIE) and dynamic covalent chemistry for the ...

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The effect of fatigue on abnormal vibration induced ...

Background: Perception of vibration induced illusionary movement (VIIM) is subnormal in dystonic patients, suggesting abnormal sensory-motor processing in patients with idiopathic focal dystonia. Objective: To examine the effects of fatigue on VIIM in patients with idiopathic torticollis. Methods: An illusionary sensation of arm extension was evoked by an 80 Hz transcutaneous vibratory ...

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Assessing vibration: a technical guideline

2012-5-15  vibration – Part 2: Continuous and shock induced vibration in buildings (1–80 Hz), contain the most recent advances in vibration evaluation. This document draws upon similar background references to those upon which those standards are based. As BS 6472–1992 is due to be revised, this guideline can be considered interim until

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Solving Acoustic-Induced Vibration Problems in the

2018-3-9  vibration and fatigue failures. It is clear that acoustic-induced vibration is a serious risk since a single failure will often shut down a facility for hours or days, resulting in lost production at a minimum. In the 1980s, nine AIV failures were documented and used to

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Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by ...

2015-9-16  Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by transient release of in-situ stress Wenbo Lu, Yong Fan, Jianhua Yang, Peng Yan, and Ming Chen Journal of Vibration and Control 2015 23 : 11 , 1828-1843

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Development of a Model to Predict Vibrations Induced by ...

2020-11-3  Development of a Model to Predict Vibrations Induced by Blasting Excavation of Deep Rock Masses under High In Situ Shock and Vibration ( IF 1.543) Pub Date : 2020-11-02, DOI: 10.1155 Yong Fan, Xianze Cui, Zhendong Leng, Yurong Zhou, Junwei Zheng, Feng Wang

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Building vibration induced by sonic boom - field test in ...

Sound-induced vibration generation in buildings has two main transmission paths: 1) Outdoor sound transmits through the façade and sets up an indoor sound pressure, which in turn sets up vibrations in the floors and other indoor surfaces. This transmission path depends on the transmission loss of the wall and window.

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The endeavor of vibration-induced emission (VIE) for ...

2020-5-7  Organic chromophores with large Stokes shifts and dual emissions are fascinating because of their fundamental and applied interest. Vibration-induced emission (VIE) refers to a tunable multiple fluorescence exhibited by saddle-shaped N,N′-disubstituted-dihydribenzo[a,c]phenazines (DHPs), which involves photo Celebrating 10 years of Chemical

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Vibration-induced hand problems: role of the peripheral ...

A substantial number of people who are exposed to vibrating hand-held tools develop vasospastic and sensorineural symptoms that may seriously affect the ability to work. Apart from the discomfort of the disease itself, this leads to socioeconomic problems for the patients and high costs for the soci

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A Study of Vibration Velocity Attenuation Induced by ...

2021-9-9  Attenuation of Vibration Velocity Induced by Pneumatic Rock Breaking with CO 2 Ice Powder. The vibration velocity induced by two events of the pneumatic rock breaking with CO 2 ice powder with the distance was obtained, as displayed in Fig. 10. The sensor S13 is closest (2.8 m) to the rock breaking point, and the PPV is 21.9 mm/s, which is ...

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A Vibration-Induced-Emission-Based Fluorescent ...

2021-4-15  The development of chemosensors to detect analytes in biologically relevant solutions is a challenging task. We report the synthesis of a fluorescent receptor that combines vibration-induced emission (VIE) and dynamic covalent chemistry for the ...

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Vibration - Health Effects : OSH Answers

Vibration induced health conditions progress slowly. In the beginning it usually starts as a pain. As the vibration exposure continues, the pain may develop into an injury or disease. Pain is the first health condition that is noticed and should be addressed in order to stop the injury.

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The effect of fatigue on abnormal vibration induced ...

Background: Perception of vibration induced illusionary movement (VIIM) is subnormal in dystonic patients, suggesting abnormal sensory-motor processing in patients with idiopathic focal dystonia. Objective: To examine the effects of fatigue on VIIM in patients with idiopathic torticollis. Methods: An illusionary sensation of arm extension was evoked by an 80 Hz transcutaneous vibratory ...

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Assessing vibration: a technical guideline

2012-5-15  vibration – Part 2: Continuous and shock induced vibration in buildings (1–80 Hz), contain the most recent advances in vibration evaluation. This document draws upon similar background references to those upon which those standards are based. As BS 6472–1992 is due to be revised, this guideline can be considered interim until

Read More
Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by ...

2015-9-16  Development of a model to predict vibrations induced by transient release of in-situ stress Wenbo Lu, Yong Fan, Jianhua Yang, Peng Yan, and Ming Chen Journal of Vibration and Control 2015 23 : 11 , 1828-1843

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Development of a Model to Predict Vibrations Induced by ...

2020-11-3  Development of a Model to Predict Vibrations Induced by Blasting Excavation of Deep Rock Masses under High In Situ Shock and Vibration ( IF 1.543) Pub Date : 2020-11-02, DOI: 10.1155 Yong Fan, Xianze Cui, Zhendong Leng, Yurong Zhou, Junwei Zheng, Feng Wang

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The endeavor of vibration-induced emission (VIE) for ...

2020-5-7  Organic chromophores with large Stokes shifts and dual emissions are fascinating because of their fundamental and applied interest. Vibration-induced emission (VIE) refers to a tunable multiple fluorescence exhibited by saddle-shaped N,N′-disubstituted-dihydribenzo[a,c]phenazines (DHPs), which involves photo Celebrating 10 years of Chemical

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Vibration-induced hand problems: role of the peripheral ...

A substantial number of people who are exposed to vibrating hand-held tools develop vasospastic and sensorineural symptoms that may seriously affect the ability to work. Apart from the discomfort of the disease itself, this leads to socioeconomic problems for the patients and high costs for the soci

Read More
A Study of Vibration Velocity Attenuation Induced by ...

2021-9-9  Attenuation of Vibration Velocity Induced by Pneumatic Rock Breaking with CO 2 Ice Powder. The vibration velocity induced by two events of the pneumatic rock breaking with CO 2 ice powder with the distance was obtained, as displayed in Fig. 10. The sensor S13 is closest (2.8 m) to the rock breaking point, and the PPV is 21.9 mm/s, which is ...

Read More
Vibrations induced by trains - ULisboa

Vibrations induced by trains Case Study: Extension of track platform of Gare do Oriente M. Monteiro Summary This work describes a set of research studies that were made with the intent of studying vibrations created by the circulation of trains. In the last decades, the development of high-speed trains emphasized the need to closely

Read More
A Vibration-Induced-Emission-Based Fluorescent ...

2021-4-15  The development of chemosensors to detect analytes in biologically relevant solutions is a challenging task. We report the synthesis of a fluorescent receptor that combines vibration-induced emission (VIE) and dynamic covalent chemistry for the ...

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Vibration - Health Effects : OSH Answers

Vibration induced health conditions progress slowly. In the beginning it usually starts as a pain. As the vibration exposure continues, the pain may develop into an injury or disease. Pain is the first health condition that is noticed and should be addressed in order to stop the injury.

Read More
Assessing vibration: a technical guideline

2012-5-15  vibration – Part 2: Continuous and shock induced vibration in buildings (1–80 Hz), contain the most recent advances in vibration evaluation. This document draws upon similar background references to those upon which those standards are based. As BS 6472–1992 is due to be revised, this guideline can be considered interim until

Read More
The effect of fatigue on abnormal vibration induced ...

Background: Perception of vibration induced illusionary movement (VIIM) is subnormal in dystonic patients, suggesting abnormal sensory-motor processing in patients with idiopathic focal dystonia. Objective: To examine the effects of fatigue on VIIM in patients with idiopathic torticollis. Methods: An illusionary sensation of arm extension was evoked by an 80 Hz transcutaneous vibratory ...

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