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Hello,
I am looking for calculating vibration, can anyone help me with formula
David
I am looking for calculating vibration, can anyone help me with formula
David
russ_watters said:David, there's a simple answer here (the motor vibrates at a frequency determined by its rotation rate), which may or may not (probably not) be all you want to know. The trouble is, after that, vibration gets very complicated and is the subject of an upper-level engineering course (generally considered the hardest ME course there is). The phrase "calculating vibration" doesn't actually have any meaning. There isn't just one potential calculation. So you're going to have to give us much more about what you want.
You posted a website there - is it yours and are you looking for calculations you can add to it?
Doc Al said:The line through the name means the user has been banned. In this case, for spamming (under several names).
The formula for calculating vibration is f = 1/T, where f is the frequency and T is the period.
To calculate the frequency of vibration, you can use the formula f = 1/T, where T is the period of the vibration.
The frequency of a vibration is directly proportional to the vibration itself. This means that as the frequency increases, the vibration also increases, and vice versa.
Yes, the formula for calculating vibration can be used for any type of vibration, whether it is mechanical, acoustic, or electromagnetic.
The formula for calculating vibration is used in various fields, such as engineering, physics, and music. It is used to analyze and design structures, study wave phenomena, and determine the pitch of musical instruments, among other applications.