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Amplitude of the Vibrations when Velocity of the Particle is Given
Amplitude of vibration=(Velocity of particle /(2*pi*Frequency )) GO
Frequency of Vibration when Acceleration of Particles is Given
Frequency =sqrt(Acceleration/(4*(pi)^2*Amplitude of vibration)) GO
Velocity of The Particles Disturbed by the Vibrations
Velocity of particle =(2*pi*Frequency *Amplitude of vibration) GO
Acceleration of Particles Disturbed by the Vibrations
Acceleration=(4*(pi*Frequency )^2*Amplitude of vibration) GO
Wavelength of Vibrations Caused by Blasting
Wavelength=(Velocity of vibration/Frequency ) GO
Velocity of Vibrations Caused by Blasting
Velocity of vibration=(Wavelength*Frequency ) GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Amplitude of the Vibrations when Velocity of the Particle is Given
Amplitude of vibration=(Velocity of particle /(2*pi*Frequency )) GO

Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given Formula

Amplitude of vibration=(Acceleration/(4*(pi*Frequency )^2))
A=(a/(4*(pi*f)^2))
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Wavelength of Vibrations Caused by Blasting GO
Velocity of Vibrations Caused by Blasting GO
Frequency of Vibrations Caused by Blasting GO
Velocity of The Particles Disturbed by the Vibrations GO
Frequency of Vibration when Velocity of the Particle is Given GO
Amplitude of the Vibrations when Velocity of the Particle is Given GO
Velocity of Particle One at a Distance from the Explosion GO
Velocity of Particle Two at a Distance from the Explosion GO
Distance of Particle One from the Site of Explosion GO
Distance of Particle Two from the Site of Explosion when Velocity is Given GO
Acceleration of Particles Disturbed by the Vibrations GO
Frequency of Vibration when Acceleration of Particles is Given GO
Overpressure due to Charge Exploded on the Ground Surface GO
Maximum Weight of Explosives when Overpressure is Given GO
Distance From Explosion to Exposure when Overpressure is Given GO
Sound Pressure Level in Decibels GO
Overpressure when Sound Pressure Level in Decibels is Given GO
Scaled Distance for Vibration Control GO
Distance to Exposure when Scaled Distance for Vibration Control is Given GO
Maximum Weight of Explosives when Scaled Distance for Vibration Control is Given GO
Minimum Length of the Borehole in Feet GO
Diameter of the Borehole when Minimum Length of the Borehole is Given GO
Minimum Length of the Borehole in Meter GO
Distance from the Blast Hole to the Nearest Perpendicular Free Face or Burden GO
Diameter of Borehole when Burden is Given GO
Length of Borehole when Burden is Given GO
Burden Suggested in Langefors' Formula GO
Diameter of Drill Bit when Burden Suggested in Langefors' Formula is Given GO
Ratio of Spacing to Burden when Burden Suggested in Langefors' Formula is Given GO
Degree of Packing when Burden Suggested in Langefors' Formula is Given GO
Weight Strength of Explosive when Burden Suggested in Langefors' Formula is Given GO
Burden Suggested in Konya Formula GO
Diameter of the Explosive when Burden Suggested in Konya Formula is Given GO
Specific Gravity of the Explosive when Burden Suggested in Konya Formula is Given GO
Specific Gravity of the Rock when Burden Suggested in Konya Formula is Given GO
Spacing for Multiple Simultaneous Blasting GO
Burden when Spacing for Multiple Simultaneous Blasting is Given GO
Length of Borehole when Spacing for Multiple Simultaneous Blasting is Given GO
Stemming at Top of Borehole to Prevent the Explosive Gases from Escaping GO
Burden when Stemming at Top of Borehole is Given GO
Overburden when Stemming at Top of Borehole is Given GO

What is amplitude ?

The amplitude of a periodic variable is a measure of its change in a single period. There are various definitions of amplitude, which are all functions of the magnitude of the differences between the variable extreme values. In older texts, the phase of a period function is sometimes called the amplitude.

How to Calculate Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given?

Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given calculator uses Amplitude of vibration=(Acceleration/(4*(pi*Frequency )^2)) to calculate the Amplitude of vibration, The Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given is defined as the greatest distance that a wave, especially a sound or radio wave, moves up and down. Amplitude of vibration and is denoted by A symbol.

How to calculate Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given, enter Acceleration (a) and Frequency (f) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given calculation can be explained with given input values -> 18.99772 = (3/(4*(pi*2)^2)).

FAQ

What is Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given?
The Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given is defined as the greatest distance that a wave, especially a sound or radio wave, moves up and down and is represented as A=(a/(4*(pi*f)^2)) or Amplitude of vibration=(Acceleration/(4*(pi*Frequency )^2)). Acceleration is the rate of change of velocity and Frequency is the number of times something happens in a particular period.
How to calculate Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given?
The Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given is defined as the greatest distance that a wave, especially a sound or radio wave, moves up and down is calculated using Amplitude of vibration=(Acceleration/(4*(pi*Frequency )^2)). To calculate Amplitude of the Vibrations when Acceleration of Particles is Given, you need Acceleration (a) and Frequency (f). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Acceleration and Frequency and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Amplitude of vibration?
In this formula, Amplitude of vibration uses Acceleration and Frequency . We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Amplitude of vibration=(Velocity of particle /(2*pi*Frequency ))
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