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For a complete treatment of these parameters and functions the reader is referred to the rather extensive specialized literature, Ref. 10 being a good starting point, while in this article we consider only those deemed most important and commonly used. G. Webster in 1919 by analogy with electrical circuits (11). Webster saw the value of extending the significance of the concept of impedance to the case of mechanical oscillations and acoustic wave propagation. The concept has been found to be of great value in both theoretical acoustics and applications.

800-899-5625 Fax: 804-427-9549 Sensotech, Inc. 1202 Chesapeak Ave. : 508-263-1400 or 800-257-3872 Fax: 508-264-0292 Silicon Microstructures, Inc. 46725 Fremond Blvd. : 800-959-1366 Fax: 619-496-3531 Summit Instruments, Inc. 2236 N. Cleveland-Massillon Rd. : 800-842-7367 Fax: 301-330-8873 and invalidate the results. As a general rule, the accelerometer mass should not be greater than one-tenth the effective mass of the part or the structure that it is mounted onto for measurements. The dynamic range of the accelerometer should match the high or low acceleration levels of the measured objects.

800-899-5625 Fax: 804-427-9549 Sensotech, Inc. 1202 Chesapeak Ave. : 508-263-1400 or 800-257-3872 Fax: 508-264-0292 Silicon Microstructures, Inc. 46725 Fremond Blvd. : 800-959-1366 Fax: 619-496-3531 Summit Instruments, Inc. 2236 N. Cleveland-Massillon Rd. : 800-842-7367 Fax: 301-330-8873 and invalidate the results. As a general rule, the accelerometer mass should not be greater than one-tenth the effective mass of the part or the structure that it is mounted onto for measurements. The dynamic range of the accelerometer should match the high or low acceleration levels of the measured objects.

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