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Vol. 57, Issue 7, July 2005, pp. 360-365




Standard Drop-Test and The Different Response of Very Same Object



George Abramchuk and Kristina Abramchuk

E-mail: george.abramchuk@sympatico.ca

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Received: 11 June 2005 /   Accepted: 15 July 2005Published: 26 July 2005


Abstract: Based on different realities in the behavior of objects (or measuring transducers) under different conditions of loading (for example, if there is normal or external loading), extreme cases are examined, when the very same object reacts to loading as the object with distributive parameters. Examined solutions to problems are illustrated by numbers of examples. Why it is important to consider those questions and use answers correctly in practice is also shown.


Keywords: object of testing, structural dynamics, distributive and/or concentrated parameters, dynamic errors


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