Case 63: Analyzing off resonance amplitudes
It is important to know the amplitudes of vibration away from resonance
Resonance or the critical speed describes the condition at which the force action, torque or moment is the same as the resonance frequency or speed at which resonance occurs. When this sameness happens, large amplitudes can develop.
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