vibration


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the act of vibrating

(physics) a regular periodic variation in value about a mean

a distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively

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He knew what a spoken word was, and how it acted upon the air, or the ether, that carried its vibrations from the lips to the ear.
He listened and learned what even he had not known before, that a solid metallic body could take up from the air all the countless varieties of vibrations produced by speech, and that these vibrations could be carried along a wire and reproduced exactly by a second metallic body.
I saw that some ten or twelve vibrations would bring the steel in actual contact with my robe, and with this observation there suddenly came over my spirit all the keen, collected calmness of despair.
Perceiving that no respite, nor reprieve, nor subterfuge was possible, he bravely decided upon his course of action; he wound his right foot round his left leg, raised himself on his left foot, and stretched out his arm: but at the moment when his hand touched the manikin, his body, which was now supported upon one leg only, wavered on the stool which had but three; he made an involuntary effort to support himself by the manikin, lost his balance, and fell heavily to the ground, deafened by the fatal vibration of the thousand bells of the manikin, which, yielding to the impulse imparted by his hand, described first a rotary motion, and then swayed majestically between the two posts.
[USPRwire, Tue Aug 06 2019] The vibration control industry manufactures automotive vibration absorbers used in suspension components for reducing noise and vibration in automobiles, engines, powertrains, and other machine constructions.
[ClickPress, Mon Aug 05 2019] The vibration control industry manufactures automotive vibration absorbers used in suspension components for reducing noise and vibration in automobiles, engines, powertrains, and other machine constructions.
These insights are according to the intelligence report, titled, 'Vibration Sensor Market-Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2019-2027,' which has been of late incorporated in Market Research Hub's (MRH) exponential armamentarium.
The Anti-Vibration Systems business brings extensive expertise in vibration control technology and sound insulation and will enhance Continentals capabilities in these fields.
The company says the Pulsar vB takes quick and reliable measurements of all the essential parameters for Hand Arm Vibration assessment and it has been specifically designed to make the job as simple as possible; with its small size, powerful processor and large memory, safety professionals and maintenance staff alike will feel comfortable being able to easily take measurements and manage the risks of hand arm vibration.
Vibration screening is one of the most effective ways to detect and prevent equipment failures or downtime, but performing vibration analysis can be complex.
The impact of these dynamic forces on pavements results in randomly occurring ground-borne vibration. Although random ground-borne vibration is always present (the pavement is never completely smooth and highway vehicles are never completely dynamically inert), it is too low to be perceived even by observers very close to the source (Hajek et al.
Strong evidence of drowsiness was found as there was a significant increase in reaction time and number of lapse following exposure to vibration in both conditions.
Such design scheme compensates crankshaft unbalance, decrease vibration intensity and increase reliability of cycloidal speed reducer.
The news publication said the patent is for a vibration system of a handheld device that produces sensations based on what is taking place on the screen.