vibrometer


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vibrometer

(vī-brŏm′ĕt-ĕr) [L. vibrare, to shake, + Gr. metron, measure]
A device used to measure the vibratory sensation threshold. It is particularly useful in judging the progression or remission of peripheral neuropathy.
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Almost anything can be vibration tested using the 3D laser vibrometer system," states ASDEC general manager Tim Stubbs.
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Using the scanning laser vibrometer Polytec, vibration mode shapes and displacements of piezoelectric membrane were defined by means of changing control frequencies.
At the same time, Oikawa's team recorded the volunteers' words with a standard microphone and a vibrometer that measured movements of their skin.
We repeated the measurements using a Polytec CLV-2534-2 Compact Laser Vibrometer that allows dynamic measurements without adding mass to the workpiece.
Period is measured by IR timing device and Laser Vibrometer (LV).
Detection of the out of balance current was achieved using a Vibrometer TA-3/C and the output saved on a Dell computer.
The computer was linked with dSPACE 1103 data acquisition system, which was attached to the laser vibrometer (Polytec, Model No.
An in vitro study using a laser Doppler vibrometer, concluded that the high-speed drilling causes greater tooth vibration and has a frequency spectrum near the high sensitivity of hearing compared with Er:YAG laser [Takamori et al.
Researchers at Purdue will use a three-dimensional laser vibrometer to study the behavior of sound waves as they pass through materials.
A laser vibrometer is used to detect the characteristic vibrations of the board.