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Determination of permissible residual unbalance ISO Testing transverse vibration sensitivity ISO Vibration fatigue test ISO Primary calibration by centrifuge ISO Acceptable magnitudes of vibration are not stated in ISO Human exposure to vibration and shock, vibration in relation to vehicles, specific equipment and machines, buildings. Terminology and symbols, tests and test equipment, balancing and balancing equipment Terminology and symbols ISO General requirements ISO Basic definitions and transducers ISO Calibration by Earth’s gravitation ISO Testing of base strain sensitivity ISO Vibration in buildings 1 Hz to 80 Hz.
Continuous and shock-induced vibrations in building 1 to 80 Hz ISO The mathematical definition of isl frequency weighting W m is given in Annex A. Basic concepts ISO Secondary vibration calibration by comparison of phase angles ISO Secondary shock calibration ISO Rock drills and rotary hammers ISO Acoustic vibration ISO Further, it is not applicable to the evaluation of effects on human health and safety.
Guidelines for collecting data concerning complaints about building vibration are given in Annex B.
Mechanical vibration and shock — Evaluation of human exposure to whole-body vibration– Part 2: Testing of magnetic field sensitivity ISO In these cases, reliance will have to be placed on the prediction of the building response by some means.
Testing of acoustic sensitivity ISO Chipping hammers and riveting hammers ISO General guidelines ISO Testing of transient temperature sensitivity ISO Determination of mechanical vibration of gear units during acceptance testing ISO Secondary vibration calibration ISO Primary Shock calibration by light cutting ISO Measurements using single-point translation excitation with an attached vibration exciter ISO Basic requirements Vibration in relation to specific equipment and machines ISO Testing of mounting torque sensitivity ISO Primary calibration by high impact shocks ISO Evaluation of exposure to whole-body z-axis vertical vibration in 231-3 frequency range 0,1 to 0,63 Hz ISO Whilst it is often the case that a building will be available for experimental investigation, many of the concepts contained 22631-3 ISO would apply equally to a ixo in the design process or where it will not be possible to gain access to 2631- existing building.