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Fatigue machines can be classified according to their dynamic performance into the following types (1): 1. Forced disturbance, Fig. 1. 2. Free direct disturbance, Fig. 2. 3. Free indirect disturbance, Fig. 3. 4. Constant force, Fig. 4. In the arrangement shown in Fig. 4, vibrations occur as a result of eccentric movement of the clamp with the specimen. The amplitude of this movement is equal to half the value of the eccentricity s.
Serensen, S. V.
Professor, Institute for Study of Machines, Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R., Moscow,
Garf, M. E.
Institute Machinovedeniia, Academy of Sciences of the Ukrainian S.S.R., Kiev,