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This fully electromechanical seismic vibrator is extremely suitable in applications with a low lower frequency limit (2Hz) for very broad-band data. This is due to its excellent low distortion signal generation behavior.
Some key features:
• 7 kN continuous force in a frequency range of 2 Hz to 200 Hz
• Compact system
• Low energy dissipation due to DC gravity compensation
For more information, see the datasheet.
After six years of activity, in 1960 the Association started to publish a modest quaternary, of what we are editing its 46th volume. The aim of this journal was twofold: to promote the technical results published in the foreign-language literature, and to broaden the publication possibilities of the members. Now its pages are heralding the news and records of the Association's social and official life, giving forum for members' opinions, as well as publishing several expert papers per number in Hungarian, with English content.
As elected by the General Meeting for term of three years, the managing editor is Tamás Bodoky. Editorial board: Ms. Zsuzsanna Hegybíró, Kristóf Kakas, László Lenkey, Gábor Pethő, László Szarka, and László Verő.
Here we list the contents and some abstracts in backward order. According to our wish, the journal and this portal will serve the membership and the foreign/domestic reading public in synergetic mood. The printed version (the journal of 'MAGYAR GEOFIZIKA') will be made for traditional readers, while this electronic version (the homepage itself) could produce pages with quick service, with colour (and less expensive for our budget) ... see later the columns of news and coming events .
These slides from London Online Information 2009 describe the overwhelming success of the open access journal Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics and its success factors:
- public peer review (two stage publication)
- combined with a social network of the authors and readers
- sophisticated alert service
- and much more