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Japanese to English: Mechanical Engineering sample General field: Tech/Engineering
Source text - Japanese 本論文では，ボルトの緩みを検知するための簡易診断法を構築することを目的とし，ボルトの緩みにともない生じるボルト部の局所的な高周波数帯域モードの現象および性質について，実験モード解析を用いて詳細に分析すると共に，それによる高周波数帯域での動特性変動の要因を明らかにする．本研究では，ボルトを有した構造物において任意のボルトが緩んでいる状態を故障状態，全てのボルトが適正なトルク（軸力）で締め付けられている状態を健全状態と定義する．
Translation - English The purpose of this document is to construct a simple diagnostic method to detect loose bolts, and uses experimental modal analysis for a detailed analysis of the loosening of bolts and the occurring phenomena and properties of a local high frequency band mode in the bolt areas, and also reveals the cause of the resulting fluctuation of dynamic characteristics in a high frequency band. In this research, the failed state of a structure with bolts is defined as the state of having any loose bolts while the healthy state is defined as the state of having all bolts fastened with the appropriate torque (axial force).
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