Chapter 1. Introduction.- Chapter 2. Supporting theory.- Chapter 3. Theory of vibrometry.- Chapter 4. Instrumentation.- Chapter 5. Metrology for Vibration and Shock Measurement by Laser Interferometry.- Chapter 6. References.
Enrico Primo Tomasini graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the University La Sapienza of Rome in 1972. From1975 to 1984, he was Teacher and Professor at the University of L'Aquila, and in 1984, he moved to the Faculty of Engineering of the Polytechnic University of Marche (formerly University of Ancona). In addition, Professor Tomasini was also Director of the Department of Mechanics at the Polytechnic University of Marche from April 1988 to October 1993. He was National Coordinator of the Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering Measures. Since 1988, he was driving factor founding the laboratories of Mechanical and Thermal Measurements.
Last but not least, Enrico Primo Tomasini was one of the main initiators of the Italian Association of LAser VElocimetry and non-invasive diagnostics. AIVELA was founded in July 1991 to promote the development of laser velocimetry techniques.
The main objectives of AIVELA are
The focus of AIVELA is to promote directly the application of laser measurement techniques to various industrial and scientific activities such as fluid dynamics (hydro and aerodynamics), combustion, industrial, environmental and biomedical engineering.