Using Modern Experimental Equipment to Determine Process Vibration Effects on Building and the Human Body

Authors: Daniel Papán, Zuzana Papánová, Bibiána Martinovičová

Abstract: The paper presents the original results of an experimental dynamic study of the impact of vibrations generated by a manufacturing process on a building and its occupants. Machinery can cause extraordinary dynamic loads through technical seismicity. For research and education purposes, the article includes a methodology for measuring and evaluating random vibration in the context of assessing the adverse effects of vibration. In particular, this involves the identification of the dominant frequency bands, the amplitude and frequency composition, and the identification of the main source of vibration. For these purposes, the experiments were divided into different measurement stages. Each stage pursued a specific objective. The resulting processed data were evaluated according to the target impact groups. The paper includes an assessment of the vibration impacts on the building and human body, discussion, conclusions, and recommendations.

Pages: 72-80

DOI: 10.46300/9109.2022.16.8

International Journal of Education and Information Technologies, E-ISSN: 2074-1316, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #8