Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 11, Issue 9, pp 942–944 | Cite as

Use of a variable amplitude-frequency regime of vibrations in grinding, compacting, and pile driving

  • A. A. Loskutov
  • I. I. Rudnitskii
  • É. D. Podloznyi
Rationalization and Exchange of Experience
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Keywords

Energy Source Power Generation Power Engineer Renewable Energy Source Structural Foundation 

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    P. F. Ovchinnikov, A. A. Loskutov, and A. M. Mekhanikov “Experimental comparison of vibratory grinding in the case of variable and constant vibration regimes,” in: Proc. of the Seventh Scient. — Tech. Conf. of Kishinev Polytechnic Institute [in Russian], Kishinev (1971).Google Scholar
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    É. D. Podloznyi, “Investigation of the stability of vibratory impact regimes and stressed state of piles during their vibratory driving into firm soils,” in: Machine Mechanics [in Russian], Nauka, Moscow (1972).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1978

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  • A. A. Loskutov
  • I. I. Rudnitskii
  • É. D. Podloznyi

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