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By Isaac M. Khalatnikov, Isaac Markovich Khalatnikov

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Most oscillators have a repetitive-sweep capability, which allows the execution of more than one sweep continuously, for example, for mechanical aging and in product-qualification single-frequency tests. Some oscillators also have the capability of varying the signal level (amplitude) during each test cycle (sweep or dwell). This is known as level programming. Also, automatic switching between acceleration, velocity, and displacement excitations at specified frequency points in each test cycle can be implemented with some oscillators.

Hence, a quantitative definition for precision is Precision ¼ ðmeasurement rangeÞ=se ð1:33Þ Lack of precision originates from random causes and poor construction practices. It cannot be compensated for by recalibration, just as the precision of a clock cannot be improved by resetting the time. On the other hand, accuracy can be improved by recalibration. Repeatable (deterministic) accuracy is inversely proportional to the magnitude of the mean error me. In selecting instruments for a particular application, in addition to matching instrument ratings with specifications, several additional features should be considered.

Nonlinearities in devices are often manifested as some peculiar characteristics. In particular, the following properties are important in detecting nonlinear behavior in dynamic systems: 1. Saturation: The response does not increase when the excitation is increased beyond some level. This may result from such causes as magnetic saturation, which is common in transformer devices such as differential transformers, plasticity in mechanical components, or nonlinear deformation in springs. 2. Hysteresis: In this case, the input/output curve changes depending on the direction of motion, resulting in a hysteresis loop.

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