Vibration Fixtures Manufacturer

  1. Resonance:
    The output of a product’s ability to accept or give off vibrations. When a product or testing system is in a free natural state, vibrations occur at its natural frequency. When force is applied to the product or testing system at this natural frequency, energy increases and releases, thus resonance occurs. To control this in a laboratory setting, a testing system (product sample and fixture) should be rigid enough that it can easily allow for the transfer energy without compounding that energy causing undue failures.
  2. Transmissibility:
    The ratio of output to input. Force is transferred evenly regardless of how or where it is applied. In vibration testing, the amount of force and the material of the product are important. Does the product absorb the force? Dampen it? Will there be a rebounding effect when the force stops? Do you get out what you put in? More importantly, will the testing fixture withstand force? At what rate?
  3. Fixture stiffness:
    To ensure the system withstands force and provides a good level of transmission and resonance, and thus reliable results, it is important to ensure stiffness or rigidity. The natural frequency of the systems depends upon the stiffness and mass present.

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