Vibration Testing of Airborne Cryogenic Equipment
The cryogenic engineer, in addition to designing very low-temperature equipment to perform a desired function, must consider the effects of environmental conditions on the operation of the equipment. One such consideration requires that the equipment be designed to withstand without damage the shocks and vibrations encountered during transportation. While the exact nature of the shock and vibration hazards for a given mode of transportation cannot be predicted, sufficient data are available to make possible the formulation of specifications for testing of transportable items to determine their resistance to damage during shipment.
KeywordsLocal Resonance Vibration Isolation Vibration Test Acceleration Ratio Vibration Generator
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