1982-02-01

A Random Vibration Control System for Testing a Single Test Item with Multiple Inputs 821482

This paper describes a multiple shaker control system developed at Sandia National Laboratories for driving a single test item with random excitation. The system allows for cross-coupled mechanical systems with partially coherent control points. The system uses time-domain randomization to generate the continuous Gaussian drive signals.

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