Vibrations

  • (noun): A distinctive emotional aura experienced instinctively.
    Example: "That place gave me bad vibrations"

Some articles on vibrations, vibration:

Ascutney Mill Dam - Background - History and Planning
... (12 m) to the ledge below caused noise and vibrations throughout the village which concerned citizens ... Inspections found that the vibrations caused no damage to the dam, but a stone buttress was built below the dam to stop the vibrations ...
Acoustic Resonance Spectroscopy - Theory - Vibrations
... There are two main types of vibrations free and forced ... Free vibrations are the natural or normal modes of vibration for a substance ... Forced vibrations are caused by some sort of excitation to make the analyte resonate beyond its normal modes ...
Speed (comics) - Powers and Abilities
... He can also generate hyperkinetic vibrations that accelerate the molecules in matter, causing any solid object he directs his vibrations at to explode ... Speed is shown exploding a gun in his hand by using his hyperkinetic vibrations ...
Machining Vibrations - Industrial Context - Different Kinds of Problems and Their Sources
... Vibration problems generally result in noise, bad surface quality and sometimes tool breakage ... The main sources are of two types forced vibrations and self-generated vibrations ... Forced vibrations are mainly generated by interrupted cutting (inherent to milling), runout, or vibrations from outside the machine ...
Shock Factor - Background
... These vibrations upset these critical alignments and render these systems inoperative ... The vibrations can also destroy lighting and electrical components, such as relays ... These cycles can introduce violent vibrations into a hull, generating structural damage, even to the point of breaking the ship's keel ...

Famous quotes containing the word vibrations:

    The world is never quiet, even its silence eternally resounds with the same notes, in vibrations which escape our ears. As for those that we perceive, they carry sounds to us, occasionally a chord, never a melody.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    Out of me unworthy and unknown
    The vibrations of deathless music;
    Edgar Lee Masters (1869–1950)