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March 2015
Webinar: Modal Testing with Shaker Excitation on Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Modal Testing with Shaker Excitation Wednesday, April 22, 2015. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Weijie Zhao, Senior Applications Engineer, will discuss the basics of modal testing techniques using shaker excitation. You will learn about: How to use the shaker to carry out the modal testing What typical signals are used for modal testing excitation Some necessary…
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February 2015
Web Seminar: Introduction to Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis on Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Introduction to Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis Tuesday, March 10, 2015. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Robert Bloomquist, Product Manager, SignalCalc Turbo, will cover the basics of vibration analysis on large rotating machinery. You will learn the challenges of turbomachinery vibration analysis compared to smaller general purpose machinery, how to make effective measurements, and what to look for…
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February 2015
Web Seminar: Multi Frequency Swept Sine Vibration Testing on Thursday, February 12, 2015

Multi Frequency Swept Sine Vibration Testing Thursday, February 12, 2015. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Tom Villano, Senior Applications Engineer, will present the web seminar. Durability testing of engine mounted components is often performed using swept sine testing. This involves repeated sweeps of sine vibration across the frequency range of the engine vibration. This can be…
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January 2015
Web Seminar: Fundamentals of Frequency Analysis on Thursday, January 8

Fundamentals of Frequency Analysis Thursday, January 8, 2015. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Derek Bridgford, SignalCalc Analyzer Product Manager, will present. This seminar will focus on the basics of frequency analysis and signal analysis, and is geared toward those who are working to gain a basic intuitive understanding of what is going on when capturing data…
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November 2014
Blog Post: Phase Measurement on Turbomachinery

Blog Post: Phase Measurement on Turbomachinery Phase is one of five key measurements fundamental to vibration analysis on large, critical, rotating machinery….

November 2014
Web Seminar: Rotational Vibration Measurements on Thursday, Dec. 11

Rotational Vibration Measurements for Hard Disk Drive Applications Thursday, December 11, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Kalyan Vitta, Senior Applications Engineer, will present an overview of Rotational Vibration (RV) Measurements geared towards Hard Disk Drive testing. In this session we will take a quick look at different moving elements inside a hard drive and other…
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November 2014
Web Seminar: Phase Measurement Applications on Turbomachinery on Tuesday, Dec. 09

Robert Bloomquist, Product Manager, SignalCalc Turbo, will present the advanced Turbo topic of Phase Measurement Applications on Turbomachinery. While analysis of magnitude content is widely used to identify vibration malfunctions, magnitude analysis alone does not provide adequate information on the nature and root cause of machinery malfunctions such as unbalance and misalignment. An understanding of…
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November 2014
Web Seminar: Vibration Testing and Introduction to Shakers on Thursday, Nov. 20

Vibration Testing and Introduction to Shakers Thursday, November 20, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Sai Mullapudi, Applications Engineer, will cover a new web seminar topic. The web seminar will include: The need for vibration testing: engineering reasons, regulations, and cost benefits calibration arrays The basics of electrodynamic shaker mechanics SignalForce shaker models from Data Physics…
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November 2014
Blog Post: Voice Recording and Playback Feature

Blog Post: Voice Recording and Playback Feature Voice Recording, available in Data Physics’ SignalCalc Dynamic Signal Analyzer and SignalStar Vibration Controller software as part of throughput to disk analysis, allows the user to utilize an input channel to record voice as a commentary during the test…

November 2014
Introducting SignalNews: The Noise and Vibration Test Blog!

Introducing the Data Physics Noise and Vibration Test Blog! Data Physics’ team of experts is collectively contributing to this blog with the purpose of generating discussion and educating the noise and vibration community. We will cover a variety of Noise and Vibration Testing topics and applications including: Acoustic Testing Rotating Machinery Diagnostics Shock and Drop…
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August 2014
WS: Orbit and Shaft Centerline Analysis on Turbomachinery on Tues., Sept. 30

Orbit and Shaft Centerline Analysis on Turbomachinery Tuesday, September 30, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Analysis of orbits and shaft centerline data are two aspects of vibration analysis unique to large turbomachinery supported by fluid-film bearings. This web seminar will focus on analysis and correlation of orbit and shaft centerline data, which can provide valuable…
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August 2014
Web Seminar: Shaker Service Best Practices on Thursday, Sept. 18

Shaker Service Best Practices Thursday, Sept. 18, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Data Physics Shaker Service Manager, George Pearce, will cover electrodynamic shaker service practices. George will draw from 40 years of experience to help educate seminar participants in some of the tricks of the trade. George has worked for several shaker companies including Data…
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August 2014
Web Seminar: Fundamentals of Frequency Analysis on Thursday, August 21

Fundamentals of Frequency Analysis Thursday, August 21, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Derek Bridgford, SignalCalc Analyzer Product Manager, will present. This seminar will focus on the basics of frequency analysis and signal analysis, and is geared toward those who are working to gain a basic intuitive understanding of what is going on when capturing data…
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July 2014
Web Seminar: Questions About Shaker Test Systems

Questions About Shaker Test Systems Tuesday, July 29, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Alfred Johnson, Applications Engineer, will present a web seminar involving shaker systems. Have you ever wanted to know, “Why are certain items important when it comes to your test system?” Well, Alfred Johnson of Data Physics will be conducting a web seminar…
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June 2014
Web Seminar: Practical Consideration of MIMO Modal Testing on Wednesday, July 16

Practical Consideration of MIMO Modal Testing Wednesday, July 16, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Weijie Zhao, Senior Applications Engineer, will discuss the MIMO modal testing technique. You will learn: Why we use MIMO technique, what considerations are required for multiple drive signals, different test setup requirements from the regular single excitation method, and what results…
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June 2014
Web Seminar: Electrodynamic Shaker Benchmark Testing on Wednesday, June 18

Electrodynamic Shaker Benchmark Testing Wednesday, June 18, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Kevin McIntosh, Director of Product Management for SignalForce and SignalSound product lines, will cover the basic tests and reasons behind these tests that should be done on electrodynamic shakers to benchmark and periodically check their performance. Learn the basics of collecting useful performance…
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May 2014
Web Seminar: Resonance Search and Dwell Testing on Thursday, June 12

Resonance Search and Dwell Testing Thursday, June 12, 2014. 10 a.m. (Pacific Time, USA). Raman Sridharan, Application’s engineer, will discuss the theory and practical application for resonance dwell testing. He will then discuss the technologies, features, and implementation of SignalStar Vibration Controller’s Resonance Search and Dwell test module. Raman Sridharan is an Applications Engineer at…
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April 2014
Web Seminar: Shaker Service 101. Tuesday, May 20

Shaker Service 101 Tuesday, May 20, 2014. 10 a.m. (Pacific Time, USA). George Pearce, Shaker Service Manager, will give the web seminar. Learn what steps you can take to keep your shaker system performing at its best. George will share tips and tricks acquired through years of experience in the field servicing every type of…
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April 2014
Web Seminar: Transient Vibration Analysis on Critical Rotating Machinery Tuesday, May 13

Transient Vibration Analysis on Critical Rotating Machinery Tuesday, May 13, 2014. 10 a.m. (Pacific Time, USA). Robert Bloomquist, Product Manager, SignalCalc Turbo, will present. While vibration characteristics under steady state operating conditions provide good insight into machinery condition, analysis of vibration during startup and shutdown conditions can deliver a significant amount of additional information that…
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April 2014
Web Seminar: The Need for Vibration Testing on Wednesday, April 30, 2014

The Need for Vibration Testing Wednesday, April 30, 2014. 10 a.m. (Pacific Time, USA). Sai Mullapudi, Applications Engineer, will cover a new web seminar topic. The web seminar will include: The need for vibration testing: engineering reasons, regulations, and cost benefits calibration arrays The basics of electrodynamic shaker mechanics SignalForce shaker models from Data Physics…
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April 2014
Multi Degree of Freedom Vibration Testing Far Superior to Sequential Single Axis Testing in Precipitating Failures in Electronics

San Jose, California — April 10, 2014 – A recent study at the Center for Advanced Life Cycle Engineering (CALCE) at the University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland has shown that traditional sequential single-axial testing is inadequate, expensive, time consuming and provides misleading reliability predictions in comparison to simultaneous six degree of freedom testing….
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April 2014
Data Physics Releases New LE-5022-3 Inch Displacement Electrodynamic Shaker

San Jose, California — April 4, 2014 – Data Physics Corporation announced the release of its new SignalForce® LE-5022-3/DSA10-360K electrodynamic shaker system. The new water cooled shaker, powered by a 360 KVA amplifier, is capable of 50,000 lbf (222 kN) force. The large, powerful shaker, whose operating frequency ranges up to 3 kHz, can produce…
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March 2014
NASA Selects Team Corp. and DP to build Vibration Test System for James Webb Space Telescope

San Jose, California — Mar. 27, 2014 – The James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) is a giant step forward in the quest to understand our place in the Universe. However, before launch, it will have to be tested at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland to assess its ability to survive the…
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March 2014
Web Seminar: Satellite Vibration Qualification Testing on Thursday, March 27, 2014

Satellite and Launch Vehicle Vibration Qualification Testing Thursday, March 27, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Thomas Reilly, Director of Product Management, SignalCalc and SignalStar products, will present. Launch vehicles and satellites are subject to extremely high vibration levels at launch. Failure of critical components can be very costly. For this reason, these systems are subjected…
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March 2014
Web Seminar: Seismic Qualification Testing on Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Seismic Qualification Testing Tuesday, March 18, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Kalyan Vitta, Senior Applications Engineer, will cover the topic. In the event of an earthquake, it is paramount and important for telecommunications equipment to function reliably. Network infrastructure in data centers, such as cable distribution systems, power equipment, fiber optics and the enclosures they…
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February 2014
Data Physics Expands SignalForce Shaker Operation in Corona, California

San Jose, California — Feb. 27, 2014 – Data Physics announced the relocation and expansion of its Corona, CA based shaker manufacturing operations to a new facility at 9031 Pulsar Court, Corona CA 92883. Data Physics started manufacturing shakers in Southern California in 2005 and doubled its space in 2009. This move, at the end…
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February 2014
Battery Ventures Invests in Data Physics as Cornerstone of New Industrial Technologies Platform

Deal will consolidate physical property test-and-measurement instrumentation market Boston, MA — Feb. 10, 2014 – Battery Ventures has purchased a controlling stake in Data Physics Corp., a leading-edge technology company in San Jose, Calif. that designs and manufactures high performance test-and-measurement solutions for noise and vibration applications. In partnership with Battery, Data Physics will pursue…
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January 2014
Web Seminar: Underwater Acoustic Systems on Thursday, February 13, 2014

Underwater Acoustic Systems Thursday, February 13, 2014. 9am (Pacific Time, USA). Wes Mayne, Product Manager, Acoustic Test Systems, will provide an overview of the Data Physics SignalSound products that are used to generate sound underwater. Applications for these products include sonar testing, training of sonar operators, proving weapon systems, mine detonation, and other uses. This…
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January 2014
Web Seminar: Advanced Techniques for Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis on Feb. 5, 2014

Advanced Techniques for Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis Wednesday, February 5, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Robert Bloomquist, Product Manager, SignalCalc Turbo, will present Advanced Techniques for Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis. A comprehensive vibration data set captured on a large rotating machine still needs “smart” input from the user before results can be presented in the best format…
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December 2013
Web Seminar: Stepped Sine Testing: Applications and Features on Thursday, January 23, 2014

Stepped Sine Testing: Applications and Features Thursday, January 23, 2014. 10am (Pacific Time, USA). Raman Sridharan, Applications Engineer, will give an overview of structural analysis using stepped sine excitation. Topics include: Stepped sine applications Test procedures Reasons to use stepped sine excitation A comparison of stepped sine FRFs with FRFs made using other excitation techniques

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