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Modal Impact Testing with SignalCalc Analyzers
Thursday, May 30, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA). Register.
Raman Sridharan, Applications Engineer, will introduce the basic concepts behind modal analysis. Topics include a practical introduction to modal testing, how to choose and use the correct impact hammer, important aspects of making accurate modal measurements, and book keeping and data management in modal testing.
Kinematic Transformation for Matrix Multishaker Control
Thursday, June 6, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA). Register.
Thomas Reilly, Director of Product Management, SignalCalc and SignalStar, will present this web seminar on kinematic transformation. The seminar will cover the basics of kinematic transformation for multishaker control and how it is used in typical situations. Kinematic transformation uses rigid body kinematics to transform multiple measurements or drive signals to the rigid body translation and rotational degrees of freedom. Examples of real world application of kinematic transformation to multi degree of freedom vibration testing will be given.
Understanding the Shock Response Spectrum (SRS)
Thursday, July 11, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA).
Kalyan Vitta, Senior Applications Engineer, will present the origination of SRS and why it is important to understand and analyze the shock response of a structure. This seminar will also cover the different SRS applications and how SRS testing provides the ability to synthesize a time waveform from a SRS profile that can be controlled on an electro dynamic or electro hydraulic shakers in a consistent manner.
Shaker Selection Basics
Thursday, July 23, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA). Register.
Kevin W. McIntosh, Director of Product Management for the SignalForce and SignalSound Product Lines, will cover basics on proper shaker selection. Kevin has more than 30 years of experience in the vibration test industry, both in servohydraulic and electrodynamic shakers. Kevin is currently the Chairman of the IEST Shaker Selection Working Group, writing the best practices document for the Institute of Environmental Sciences and Technology.
High Intensity Acoustic Test Systems
Thursday, August 8, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA). Register.
Wes Mayne III, Product Manager, Acoustic Test Systems, will provide a quick overview of some important aspects of RATFs and PWTs, including their general configuration, the specification of test spectra, chamber low-frequency response and uniformity, auxiliary systems such as cranes, and other topics.
Introduction to Turbomachinery Vibration Analysis
Tuesday, August 20, 2013. 10 am (Pacific Time, USA). Register.
Robert Bloomquist, Product Manager, SignalCalc Turbo, will cover the basics of vibration analysis on large rotating machinery. He will lead you through a tour of basic considerations and requirements for turbomachinery vibration analysis. 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 when analyzing behavior on these large, critical machines.