The latest issue of the Journal of Vibroengineering encompasses a diverse range of studies in the field of vibration engineering. The 13 papers in this issue do explore various aspects of vibration, from understanding the dynamic behavior of flexible vertical rotor systems to improving bearing fault diagnosis methods. They also delve into critical issues in coal mining machinery, optimizing seismic detection systems, and analyzing dynamic responses to blasting vibrations in high and thin rock slopes. Furthermore, the issue addresses topics such as vehicle motion control, ammunition damage power evaluation, and the thermal error compensation of CNC systems. These research contributions collectively expand our understanding of vibration engineering and its applications, offering valuable insights for optimizing machinery, enhancing fault diagnosis, and improving the efficiency and accuracy of various systems.

Minvydas Ragulskis
Prof. Dr. Minvydas Ragulskis
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania, Editor in Chief
September 2023, Pages (1040-1229)