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Handling low- frequency resonance
Low-frequency resonance is a bigger problem than high-frequency resonance in general industrial machines. This little-recognized distinction is crucial in determining the best way to correct it.
Handling low-frequency resonance
Low-frequency resonance is a bigger problem than high-frequency resonance in general industrial machines. This little-recognized distinction is crucial in determining the best way to correct it.
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