BRIEF HISTORY OF VIBRATION RESEARCH WITH ACTION ON THE HUMAN BODY
The paper contains a brief history of the research of vibrations from ancient times until now. The work is for preparing concepts and explanations that are necessary for defining the study of vibration on the human body action.Key words: brief history, vibration research, action on the human body
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