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Dynamic Defect Detection, Part 2: Theory of Vibrational Analysis   September 1, 1999
By: Neil Coleman,Robert E. Coleman

Implemented on the assembly line, dynamic defect detection exploits intrinsic component vibration characteristics to help ensure that the product will not fail in the buyer's hands.

Dynamic Defect Detection Part 1: Theory of Vibrational Analysis   August 1, 1999
By: Neil Coleman,Robert E. Coleman

Vibrational theory can seem overwhelming, but it does prove manageable to those who wish to use the modal parameters within a single frequency response function as indicators of product health."

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