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*  Pallesthesia
A vibration exam can detect any number of disorders within the peripheral nervous system. A gradual loss of sensation from the ... They cannot perceive vibration at 128 Hz; however, studies have shown that 256 Hz can be perceived in young multiple sclerosis ... Pallesthesia ( \ˌpal-es-ˈthē-zh(ē-)ə\) is the perception of vibration that is felt from the skin or bone. This sensation is ... The intensity of the vibration must cause the neuron(s) to reach or surpass threshold in order for an action potential to be ...
*  Occupational hygiene
... vibration, ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, dust, solvents, gases, and so on. Each device is often specifically designed to ...
*  Laser Doppler vibrometer
The laser beam from the LDV is directed at the surface of interest, and the vibration amplitude and frequency are extracted ... A laser Doppler vibrometer (LDV) is a scientific instrument that is used to make non-contact vibration measurements of a ... The performance of the LDV greatly depends on the vibration characteristics of the selected targets (surfaces) in the scene, on ... Also, the LDV makes the vibration measurement without mass-loading the target, which is especially important for MEMS devices. ...
*  Vocal-fold cyst
Both types show decreased amplitude of vibrations and reduced or absent mucosal wave. Mucous retention cysts show a translucent ... This procedure provides information about vocal fold vibrations during speech, vocal intensity and vocal frequency. Imaging ...
*  Vibration
Tire balance Torsional vibration Tuned mass damper Vibration calibrator Vibration control Vibration isolation Vibration of ... Vibration, and Harshness Pallesthesia Passive heave compensation Pendulum Quantum vibration Random vibration Ride quality ... The vibration test fixture used to attach the DUT to the shaker table must be designed for the frequency range of the vibration ... Most vibration testing is conducted in a 'single DUT axis' at a time, even though most real-world vibration occurs in various ...
*  Vibration (radio)
Vibration is a French regional radio station, created in 1982 and owned by the Sud Radio Groupe. Vibration was founded in 1982 ... L'esprit Vibration 2007 - 2008 : La numéro 1 Since 2008 : Bien + que des hits ! Official site of Vibration. ... In the early 1990s, Vibration was bought by Groupe Start, which changed its name in 2010 to become Sud Radio Groupe. 1982-1986 ...
*  Molecular vibration
A molecular vibration is excited when the molecule absorbs a quantum of energy, E, corresponding to the vibration's frequency, ... When the vibration is excited the coordinate changes sinusoidally with a frequency ν, the frequency of the vibration. Internal ... Free Molecular Vibration code developed by Zs. Szabó and R. Scipioni[permanent dead link] Molecular vibration and absorption ... A diatomic molecule has one normal mode of vibration. The normal modes of vibration of polyatomic molecules are independent of ...
*  Dongling Vibration
... (Chinese: 东菱振动; pinyin: Dōnglíng Zhèndòng) is a top-level vibration test equipment manufacture company. ... "Dongling Vibration's Technology Is Top Three in the World" (in Chinese). 2008-04-23. Retrieved 2009-11-04. 东菱登上国际振动业最高峰 (in ... At the moment, Dongling Vibration holds stakes in several subsidiaries: Siliyo, which specializes in shock and bump test tools ...
*  Vibration Cooking
... raised awareness about Gullah culture. Scholar Anne E. Goldman compared Vibration Cooking with Jessica Harris ... Vibration Cooking: Or, the Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl is the 1970 debut book by Vertamae Smart-Grosvenor and combines ... Fretz, Sada (April 17, 1992). "Vibration Cooking or the Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved March ... Smart-Grosvenor went on to publish more cookbooks after Vibration Cooking. ...
*  Vibration fatigue
... is a mechanical engineering term describing material fatigue, caused by forced vibration of random nature. An ... Fatigue (material) Structural failure Vibration Structural dynamics Modal analysis Random vibration Rainflow-counting algorithm ... developed in 2004 are also very suitable for vibration-fatigue analysis. Vibration fatigue methods find use wherever the ... Vibration-fatigue methods offer a more effective approach, which estimates fatigue life based on moments of the PSD. This way, ...
*  Vibration isolation
"Passive vibration isolation" refers to vibration isolation or mitigation of vibrations by passive techniques such as rubber ... Vibration Noise, vibration, and harshness Base isolation Vibration control Oscillation Shock mount Soundproofing Sorbothane ... Vibration isolation is the process of isolating an object, such as a piece of equipment, from the source of vibrations. ... Vibration isolation of unsupporting joint is realized in the device named branch pipe a of isolating vibration. Branch pipe a ...
*  String vibration
A vibration in a string is a wave. Resonance causes a vibrating string to produce a sound with constant frequency, i.e. ... This device allows matching the frequency of the xenon flash lamp to the frequency of vibration of the string. In a dark room, ... See the article on the wave equation for more about this). However, this derivation is only valid for vibrations of small ... Fretted instruments Musical acoustics Vibrations of a circular drum Melde's experiment 3rd bridge (harmonic resonance based on ...
*  Rastaman Vibration
"Rastaman Vibration - Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 1 June 2014. Campbell, Howard (24 January 2016). "Rastaman Vibration!". The ... "Positive Vibration" and "Roots Rock Reggae" from Rastaman Vibration, along with "Inna De Red" and "Jah Bless" with Marley's son ... Rastaman Vibration is a reggae album by Bob Marley and the Wailers released on 30 April 1976. The album was a great success in ... Rastaman Vibration is more like a dub kinda album and it's come without tampering y'know. Like 'War' or 'Rat Race', the music ...
*  Israel Vibration
They formed a vocal group, initially adopting the name Israel Vibration Israel Vibrates, soon becoming simply Israel Vibration ... RAS Dub Vibration: Israel Vibration in Dub (1990), RAS Forever (1991), RAS IV (1993), RAS I.V.D.U.B. (1994), RAS On the Rock ( ... Israel Vibration are a reggae harmony group, originating from Kingston, Jamaica. Lascelle "Wiss" Bulgin, Albert "Apple Gabriel ... Skelly and Wiss continue to record albums and tour the world as Israel Vibration, backed by longtime associates Roots Radics. ...
*  Vibration control
Active vibration control Anti-vibration compound Cushioning Dynamic vibration absorber Earthquake-resistant structures Metallic ... In earthquake engineering, vibration control is a set of technical means aimed to mitigate seismic impacts in building and non- ... All seismic vibration control devices may be classified as passive, active or hybrid [1] where: passive control devices have no ... In refineries or plants snubbers are often used for vibration control. Snubbers come in two different variations: hydraulic ...
*  Tail vibration
... behavior in rattlesnakes may have evolved from tail vibration in rattle-less ancestors. In support of this ... Tail vibration behavior in rattlesnakes is somewhat different from tail vibration in other snakes because rattlesnakes hold ... In one study that measured tail vibration in 155 snakes representing 56 species, vibratory speed ranged from 9 vibrations per ... Tail vibration is a common behavior in some snakes where the tail is vibrated rapidly as a defensive response to a potential ...
*  Random vibration
... Testing is one of the more common types of vibration testing services performed by vibration test labs. Some ... Random noise NASA Goddard website about random vibration analysis NASA Mars Orbiter website Random Vibrations, Spectral & ... Wavelet Analysis, D.E. Newland Lalanne, C., Mechanical Vibration and Shock Analysis. Volume 3: Random Vibration, Second Edition ... The Grms value is typically used to express the overall energy of a particular random vibration event and is a statistical ...
*  Torsional vibration
... is angular vibration of an object-commonly a shaft along its axis of rotation. Torsional vibration is often ... A second effect of torsional vibrations applies to passenger cars. Torsional vibrations can lead to seat vibrations or noise at ... The torsional vibration of the crankshaft forces the fluid through narrow passages that dissipates the vibration as heat. The ... Lash: Lash in a drive train can cause torsional vibrations if the direction of rotation is changed. Torsional vibration is a ...
*  Positive Vibration
... is a Liverpool, England-based metropolitan festival, which celebrates and showcases reggae culture. It is ...
*  Vibration calibrator
For example, a vibration acceleration of 10 m/s² at 159.2 Hz is equivalent to a vibration velocity of 10 mm/s and a vibration ... Kistler Vibration Calibrators, Brüel & Kjær Portable Vibration Calibrator, The Modal Shop Portable Vibration Calibrators, Agate ... Occasionally, vibration calibrators also contain a signal conditioner for connection to various types of vibration sensors, and ... 2009) "Transportable Vibration Calibration System Employing E-trace Scheme", Proceedings of the IMAC-XXVII Vibration ...
*  Floor vibration
In the design of floor systems in buildings vibrations caused by walking, dancing, mechanical equipment or other rhythmic ... acoustics Basic Introduction to Floor and Building Vibration American Institute of Steel Construction Floor Vibration Analysis ...
*  Vibration galvanometer
The tuning of the vibration galvanometer is done by adjusting the tension of the suspension spring. The vibration galvanometer ... A vibration galvanometer is a type of mirror galvanometer, usually with a coil suspended in the gap of a magnet or with a ... The sharp resonance of the vibration galvanometer makes it very sensitive to changes in the measured current frequency and it ... Since the frequency depends on the mass of the moving elements, high frequency vibration galvanometers are very small with ...
*  Transmissibility (vibration)
Transmissibility is the ratio of output to input. Transmissibility (T) = output/input T>1 means amplification and maximum amplification occurs when forcing frequency (ff) and natural frequency (fn) of the system coincide. There is no unit designation for transmissibility, although it may sometimes be referred to as the Q factor. The transmissibility is used in calculation of passive heave compensation efficiency. Q ...
*  Phantom vibration syndrome
The earliest published use of the term phantom vibration syndrome dates to 2003 in an article entitled "Phantom Vibration ... Phantom vibration syndrome or phantom ringing is the perception that one's mobile phone is vibrating or ringing when it is not ... Vibrations typically begin occurring after carrying a phone for between one month and one year. It has been suggested that, ... Some phantom vibration experiences may be a type of pareidolia and can therefore be examined as a psychological phenomenon ...
*  Whole body vibration
... may refer to vibration training, also known as vibration therapy, biomechanical stimulation (BMS), ... Vibration training as a discipline is known as "High Energy Lineal" and this signifies the use of a heavy vibration unit with ... Whole body vibration (WBV) is a generic term used where any vibration of any frequency is transferred to the human body. ... "Good Vibrations". Rittweger J., Felsenberg D.: Resistive vibration exercise prevents bone loss during 8 weeks of strict bed ...