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D
D
DAMAGE & FATIGUE BY VIBRATION 68/4/3-20
DAMAGE RISK CRITERIA 62/2/ 31-33
DAMAGE, HEARING, RISK CRITERIA 76/1/ 18-22
DAMPING "Q" 63/4/ 31
DAMPING COMPLEX MODULUS (FRF) 94/2/ 28-34
DAMPING COMPLEX MODULUS MEAS. 94/2/ 41-44
DAMPING FACTOR MEASUR'T VIA RESONANCE 72/3/ 30-33
DAMPING MEAS.,FFT DIGITAL FILTER 94/1/ 1-35
DAMPING, NONLINEAR THEORY 64/3/ 24-30
DAMPING, VIBRATIONAL, VELOCITY 63/4/ 23-27
DATA ACQUISITION, FFT AND INTENSITY 84/4/ 32-36
DATA COLLECTION, VIA COMPUTER 70/1/ 3-18
DATA COMPUTERS, ACOUSTICAL 65/2/ 3-14, 12*
DECAY CURVE GRAPH & MEASUREMENT 73/1/ 28
DECAY CURVES, THEORETICAL 78/4/ 27
DECAY MEAS, TIME REVERSED 94/1/ 13-15
DECAY, EARLY (REVERBERATION) 73/1/ 19
DECAY, ELECTRET CHARGE 79/4/ 12
DECAY, IMPULSE RESPONSE FUNCTION (IRF) 94/1/ 26-29
DECAY, REVERBERATION 66/4/ 15, 27
DECAY, REVERBERATION MEASURED BY 73/1/ 22
DECAY, REVERBERATION ROOM 61/2/ 15: 78/4/ 5-16
DECAY, WITH ABSORPTION NONLINEARITY 62/4/ 11
DECONVOLUTION 81/3/ 11-12
DEFLECTIONAL SHAPES FOR NOISE CONTROL 88/1/ 23-31
DEGREE-OF-FREEDOM; 1, 2 68/1/12-15,19
DEGREE OF FREEDOM, MULTI 63/3/ 11, 22-28, 63/4/ 10-33Nonlin
DEGREE OF FREEDOM, SINGLE 63/3/ 18-22, 63/4/ 7-22Nonlin
DEHYDRATION AND SWEATING 85/2/ 9
DELTA SHEAR ACCLEROMETER, 4371 77/2/ 31
DENSITY, AMPLITUDE 61/2/ 7
DENSITY, ENERGY, RECT. ROOM 78/4/ 34-38
DENSITY, POWER & ENERGY SPECTRAL 87/3/ 13, 37
DENSITY, PROBABILITY 63/3/ 30
DENSITY, PROBABILITY 68/1/26-27
DENSITY, SPECTRAL & CROSS-CORRELATION 70/4/ 3-27
DENSITY, SPECTRAL CROSS-POWER 68/3/21-31
DESIGN, ACCELEROMETERS 87/2/ 1-22
DESK, CONTRAST AT 84/4/ 8
DETECTION LIMIT 90/1/ 20-32; 90/2/ 24*-29, 48
DETECTION, ENVELOPE, BEARING NOISE 87/1/ 28-30
DETECTOR, CRACK, CAST IRON 69/4/ 24-27
DETECTOR, RMS, PERFORMANCE 75/3/ 27-36
DETERMINANTS 89/1/ 25+-
DETERMINISTIC SIGNALS 87/3/ 31-33
DEVIATION BRIDGE #1503 58/4/ 15-16
DEVIATION BRIDGE TYPE 1519 69/3/ 32
DEVIATION BRIDGE TYPE 1521 70/2/ 26-27
DEVIATION, ARITHMETIC AVERAGE 59/4/ 1-6
DFT/FFT ANALYSIS 87/3/ 1-28
DIAPHRAGM, SOUND DISTRIBUTION OVER 59/2/ 3-6
DIATOMIC MOLECULE 90/1/ 9
DIESEL ENGINE NOISE 78/2/ 16-20
DIFFUSE REFLECTION 84/4/ 14-16
DIGITAL (FFT) FILTERING 77/1/ 20-26
DIGITAL CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER 7400 80/2/ 43-44
DIGITAL EVENT RECORDER TYPE 7502 72/1/ 33-34
DIGITAL EVENT RECORDER TYPE 7502 72/4/ 16-21
DIGITAL FFT FILTER DAMPING MEAS. 94/1/ 1-35
DIGITAL FILTER APPLICABILITY ? 78/1/ 23
DIGITAL FILTERS 77/1/ 3-17
DIGITAL FILTERS FOR FFT 78/1/ 3-25, 11*, 20*
DIGITAL NARROWBAND ANALYSIS LOOP 7502 73/2/ 3-30
DIGITAL STROBOSCOPE 82/4/ 42-43
DIGITAL SYSTEMS 69/1/3-6
DIGITAL TIME INTEGRATOR 82/4/ 30-32
DIGITAL TWO POLE FILTER 77/1/ 6
DIGITAL VOLTMETER (DVM) 2427 75/3/ 37-38
DIGITAL vs. ANALOG FILTERS 77/1/ 18-26
DIRECT METHOD, INTENSITY 82/3/ 12-13
DIRECTIVITY INDEX 71/3/ 22
DIRECTIVITY, SLM 77/4/ 6, 12
DISC LIFTING, SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL 65/1/ 8-11
DISC, RAYLEIGH, (IN IMP. TUBE) *REFS 64/4/ 11-17, 28-29*
DISCOMFORT, BODY RE VIBRATION FREQUENCY 82/1/ 13, 17
DISCOMFORT, HAND ARM VIBRATION CRITER. 82/1/ 13-15
DISCRETE FFT 79/1/ 3-25, 6*
DISPERION IN ACOUSTIC EMISSION 81/2/ 12-15+
DISPLACEMENT WITH SNUBBERS 63/4/ 14+
DISTANCE, BETWEEN INTENSITY MICS. 86/4/ 24-31
DISTORTION & NOISE, TAPE AD 22-26
DISTORTION METER 1902 75/4/ 43
DISTORTION METER, FREQUENCY 3614, 5, 6 59/2/ 18-19
DISTORTION, AUDIO REPRODUCTION 54/2 3-19
DISTORTION, AUDIO REPRODUCTION 54/2 3-19
DISTORTION, CALIBRATOR 77/4/ 20, 22
DISTORTION, CONDENSER MICROPHONE 55/3 3-14
DISTORTION, ELECTRET MICROPHONE 79/4/ 18
DISTORTION, HEARING AID 63/2/ 19
DISTORTION, NONLINEAR 54/2 9-12
DISTORTION, NONLINEAR, MEASUREMENT 63/2/ 14-20
DISTRIBUTION OF SOUND IN REVERB ROOM 78/4/ 16-21
DISTRIBUTION, MAGNITUDE 62/4/ 21
DISTRIBUTION, PEAK, ANALOG MATCHING 65/3/ 8
DISTRIBUTION, RAYLEIGH 63/3/ 6
DODECAHEDRON 74/4/ 30
DOSE, NOISE, MEASUREMENT OF 72/2/ 39
DOSIMETER ERROR, NOISE 73/3/ 3-13, esp P.6-7
DOSIMETER, NOISE 74/4/ 32
DOSIMETER, NOISE, PERSONNEL, ISO 4228 79/4/ 37-38
DOUBLE PISTON PISTONPHONE 64/4/ 22: 77/4/ 19-20
DRAFT, THERMAL COMFORT 82/1/ 16-26
DRAUGHT RISK; PREDICTION 88/2/ 1-36, 26FF; MODEL = 33
DRAUGHT STUDIES 88/2/ 12-32
DRILL, IMPACT, NOISE & VIBRATION FROM 74/3/ 3-25: 77/4/ Fast
DUAL CHANNEL ERROR ESTIMATES 84/2/ 35-44
DUAL CHANNEL FFT, PART 2 2032,4 84/2/ 3-45: 46-48
DUAL CHANNEL FFT, PART1 84/1/ 3-56, 6*
DUBBING (CONTROL) ROOMS 72/2/ 19-31
DURATION, WINDOW, FFT 87/4/ 15-16
DVM 2427 75/3/ 37-38
DYNAMIC MASS, HAND-ARM 74/3/ 26-36
DYNAMIC MODULUS OF ELASTICITY, PT II 58/1/ 1-15
DYNAMIC MODULUS OF ELASTICITY, PT II 58/2/ 1-15 repeat
DYNAMIC RANGE, FM TAPE RECORDING 67/1/ 6-8
DYNAMIC RESPONSE 01/1/ 16
DYNAMIC STRAIN MEASUREMENT 59/3/ 1-19
DYNAMIC VIBRATION BALANCING 3905*,2504* 79/3/ 3-26 *16,31-33

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