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Measurement Techniques

, Volume 9, Issue 11, pp 1376–1381 | Cite as

Interference methods for calibrating vibration measuring equipment

  • V. Ya. Barash
Article

Conclusions

The error in calibrating vibration-measurement equipment, including the range of 2000–40,000 Hz, should not exceed 2–3%, in order to meet the present-day vibration-measurement requirements. It is obvious that the error in measuring the amplitude should not then exceed 0.5–1%.

From the above review of the interference methods of measuring small vibration amplitudes it follows that at the present time the most promising methods consist of the photoelectric conversion of the interference pattern. The best of these methods can provide the required precision.

Keywords

Physical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Interference Pattern Promising Method Vibration Amplitude 
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