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BS EN ISO 8041:2005

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Human response to vibration. Measuring instrumentation

Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Superseded date

31-07-2017

Language(s)

English

Published date

30-06-2009

1 Scope
2 Normative references
3 Terms, definitions and symbols
   3.1 Terms and definitions
   3.2 Symbols
4 Reference environmental conditions
5 Performance specifications
   5.1 General characteristics
   5.2 Display of signal magnitude
   5.3 Electrical output
   5.4 Vibration sensitivity
   5.5 Accuracy of indication at reference frequency
         under reference conditions
   5.6 Frequency weightings and frequency responses
   5.7 Amplitude linearity
   5.8 Instrument noise
   5.9 Signal-burst response
   5.10 Overload indication
   5.11 Under-range indication
   5.12 Time averaging
   5.13 Running r.m.s. acceleration
   5.14 Reset
   5.15 Timing facilities
   5.16 Electrical cross-talk
   5.17 Vibration transducer characteristics
   5.18 Power supply
6 Mounting
7 Environmental and electromagnetic criteria
   7.1 General
   7.2 Air temperature
   7.3 Surface temperature
   7.4 Electrostatic discharge
   7.5 Radio-frequency emissions and public-power-supply
         disturbances
   7.6 Immunity to a.c. power-frequency fields and
         radio-frequency fields
   7.7 Ingress of water and dust
8 Provision for use with auxiliary devices
9 Instrument marking
10 Instrument documentation
11 Testing and calibration
12 Pattern evaluation
   12.1 Introduction
   12.2 Testing requirements
   12.3 Submission for testing
   12.4 Marking of the vibration meter and information in
         the instrument documentation
   12.5 Mandatory facilities and general requirements
   12.6 Initial instrument preparation
   12.7 Indication at the reference frequency under
         reference conditions
   12.8 Electrical cross-talk
   12.9 Vibration transducer
   12.10 Amplitude linearity and under-range indication
   12.11 Frequency weightings and frequency responses
   12.12 Instrument noise
   12.13 Signal-burst response
   12.14 Overload indication
   12.15 Reset
   12.16 Combined axis outputs
   12.17 A.c. electrical output
   12.18 Timing facilities
   12.19 Power supply
   12.20 Environmental, electrostatic and radio-frequency
         tests
   12.21 Test report
13 Verification tests
   13.1 Introduction
   13.2 Testing requirements
   13.3 Submission for a test
   13.4 Marking of the vibration meter and information
         in the instrument documentation
   13.5 Mandatory facilities and general requirements
   13.6 Initial instrument preparation
   13.7 Indication at the reference frequency under reference
         conditions
   13.8 Electrical cross-talk
   13.9 Amplitude linearity and under-range indication
   13.10 Frequency weightings and frequency responses
   13.11 Instrument noise
   13.12 Signal-burst response
   13.13 Overload indication
   13.14 Reset
   13.15 Combined axis outputs
   13.16 Test report
14 In-situ checks
   14.1 Introduction
   14.2 Preliminary inspection
   14.3 Vibration sensitivity (field calibration)
Annex A (normative) - Specification for vibration field
        calibrator
Annex B (informative) - Frequency weightings
Annex C (informative) - Realization of frequency weighting
        filters
Annex D (informative) - Running r.m.s. time averaging
Annex E (informative) - Vibration transducer characteristics
Annex F (informative) - Tests for mounting systems
Annex G (normative) - Instrument documentation
Annex H (normative) - Phase-response requirements for
        measurement of non-r.m.s. quantities
Bibliography

Describes the performance specifications and tolerance limits for instruments designed to measure vibration values, for the purpose of assessing human response to vibration.

Committee
GME/21/2
DevelopmentNote
Supersedes DD ENV 28041, BS 7482-1(1991), BS 7482-2(1991), BS 7482-3(1991) and 03/311729 DC. (06/2005)
DocumentType
Standard
Pages
98
PublisherName
British Standards Institution
Status
Superseded
SupersededBy
Supersedes

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