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Can Anyone explain me how can I calculate the sensitivity of a seismometer?
18 Nov 2017, 21:38
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RE: Can Anyone explain me how can I calculate the sensitivity of a seismometer?
Seismometers are usually designed to record signals on a particular range of frequencies (or periods), so they are convenient to discuss devices based on the range of vibration frequencies, which they can detect. Thus, one way to mark a seismometer is to describe the range of vibrational frequencies, which they can detect. As a versus frequency, a plot of amplification is called an instrument reaction. A device is sensitive to vibration at frequencies, for which the "reaction" curve is relatively large. Five sample instrument response curves are shown below, the frequency is shown with the horizontal axis, the equal length (period = 1 / frequency) is shown with the top horizontal axis. The vertical axis shows the ground-motion amplification factor. more visit for click here :-http://www.traininginindia.co.in/seo-training-in-india/
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RE: Can Anyone explain me how can I calculate the sensitivity of a seismometer? - yogender - 18 Nov 2017 21:38

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