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JJF 1156-2006

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Standard ID JJF 1156-2006 (JJF1156-2006)
Description (Translated English) Terminology and Definitions for Measurement of Vibration, Shock and Rotating Velocity
Sector / Industry Metrology & Measurement Industry Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard A53
Classification of International Standard 17.160
Word Count Estimation 72,785
Date of Issue 2006/9/6
Date of Implementation 2006-12-06
Drafting Organization National Technical Committee of shock and vibration speed measurement
Administrative Organization National Technical Committee of shock and vibration speed measurement
Regulation (derived from) China Measurement 2006. 11
Summary This standard applies to all and vibration, shock, speed, constant acceleration, balance-related areas.

JJF 1156-2006
Terminology and Definitions for Measurement of Vibration, Shock and Rotating Velocity
National Metrology Technical Specification of the People's Republic
Vibration shock speed measurement terminology and definition
Released on.2006-09-06
Implementation of.2006-12-06
The General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine issued
Vibration shock speed measurement terminology and definition
This specification was approved by the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine on September 6,.2006, and since.2006
It will take effect on December 6th.
Focal Point. National Vibration Shock Velocity Measurement Technical Committee
Drafting unit. National Vibration Shock Velocity Measurement Technical Committee
This specification is interpreted by the National Vibration Shock Velocity Measurement Technical Committee.
Drafters of this specification.
Xu Yin China Institute of Metrology
Yan Shuyuan, China Aviation Industry First Group Corporation, No. 404 Institute
Xu Xiaomei Institute of China Aviation Industry First Group Corporation No. 404 Institute
Yang Jianhui Shaanxi Institute of Metrology and Testing
Yuming Hubei Institute of Metrology
Zengwu China Aviation Industry First Group Corporation 304 Institute
Li Xinliang, Institute of China Aviation Industry First Group, 404 Institute
Wu Chengqi Beijing Institute of Metrology and Measurement
Gu Guofu Ordnance Industry Institute.2002
Yu Mei China Institute of Metrology
Li Xuerui Beijing Institute of Metrology and Measurement
Gao Jinfang, China Rocket Technology Research Institute 102
Long Zuhong China Aviation Industry First Group Corporation 304 Institute
Hong Baolin China Aviation Industry First Group Corporation 404 Institute
Li Chuanri Beihang University
table of Contents
1 Subject content and scope of application (1)
1.1 Subject Contents (1)
1.2 Scope of application (1)
2 General terms (1)
3 vibration (7)
4 Impact (33)
5 speed (39)
6 constant acceleration (49)
7 Balance (52)
Chinese index (55)
English index (62)
Vibration shock speed measurement terminology and definition
1 Subject content and scope of application
1.1 Subject content
This specification specifies the basic terms of vibration, shock, rotational speed, constant acceleration, balance, and related auxiliary terms.
1.2 Scope of application
This specification is applicable to all fields related to vibration, shock, rotational speed, constant acceleration, and balance.
2 general terminology
2.1 Acceleration of gravity (accelerationofgravity)
The acceleration of an object on the surface of the earth due to gravity is called the acceleration of gravity. It and the earth's gravity, the ground
The acceleration caused by the rotation of the ball is related to its value. The value of the ball changes with the latitude and height of the observation point. The direction is the observation point.
The vertical direction of the ground points to the center of the earth.
2.2 International standard gravity acceleration (internationalstandardgravityacceleration)
Internationally, the gravitational acceleration value of the sea level of 45° north latitude is 9.80665 m/s2, which is defined as the standard gravity acceleration.
Gn=9.80665 m/s2.
2.3 system (system)
A combination of related parts used to perform certain functions. Commonly used systems are.
(1) linear system (linearsystem). the response is proportional to the magnitude of the excitation, and the system that satisfies the superposition theorem
System
(2) mechanical system (mechanical system). a system consisting of elements such as mass, stiffness and damping;
(3) Dynamic system. A system that now outputs output related to past inputs. Dynamic system
With memory function, the relationship between input and output can be described by differential equations (or difference equations);
(4) inertial system (seismicsystem). relying on elastic elements to connect a mass to the reference base
System, the system usually also includes a damping element;
(5) equivalent system (equi