ISO-7626-5 › Vibration and shock -- Experimental determination of mechanical mobility -- Part 5: Measurements using impact excitation with an exciter which is not attached to the structure
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Specifies procedures for measuring mechanical mobility and other frequency-response functions of structures excited by means of a translational impulsive force generated by an exciter which is not attached to the structure under test. Is applicable to the measurement of mobility, accelerance or dynamic compliance using impact excitation. The signal analysis methods covered are all based on the discrete Fourier transform.
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July 15, 1994
ISO TC 108