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I'm a new to filters and I need some help understanding filters (I'm in mechanical engineering)

So far, I've found out that FIR filters use convolution and has a finite impulse response.

On the other hand, IIR filters are recursive and have an infinite impulse response.

But, what if I get the impulse response of an IIR filter (Butterworth, for example) and convolute the response with a signal? (given that I use only a part of the infinite signal).

Does this still count as an IIR filtering? Can I apply an IIR filter this way?

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you