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2020 Webinars

Modal Analysis – Impact Testing with 900

Series Analyzers

Thursday December 3, 2020

10:00 – 11:00 AM PST / 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST

Learn how easy it is to perform impact hammer testing with the SignalCalc 900 Series Analyzer

and MEscope.

Data Physics is pleased to offer this free Modal Analysis webinar together with Jim Steedman of

Navcon Engineering.

Modal Test and Measurement with the SignalCalc 900 Series Analyzer

Webinar Agenda:

• Impact hammer testing

• Transfer function analysis

• 3-D animation with MEscope

• Modal parameter estimation

• FEMtools

Thank you for attending!

2020 Seminars

Hands-on training with Data Physics and partners covering practical application theory and product usage.

Modal Testing & Analysis Training with Navcon Engineering

Featuring: Data Physics SignalCalc Dynamic Signal Analyzers

Learn how to set up and conduct a modal test from start to finish with Data Physics SignalCalc

Dynamic Signal Analyzers.

Tuesday, July 14, to Friday, July 17, 2020

Tuesday, July 21, to Friday, July 24, 2020

Tuesday, November 10, to Friday, November 13, 2020

4-day Navcon Engineering Hands-On Modal Training in Fullerton, California. Join the more than 1,100 engineers and technicians who have tested a Navcon JimBeam and a fully race-prepared Porsche. Upon completing this 4-day, 40-hour intensive short course, attendees will be able to plan, set up, and conduct a modal test from start to finish. More than 16 hours of the course is dedicated to hands-on practice; attendees acquire their own data using Data Physics SignalCalc Dynamic Signal Analyzers and conduct their own analysis.

Each class is limited to 10 attendees.   Learn More

October 2020 Upcoming Training Courses in the

Netherlands by ABTRONIX B.V.

Courses “Introduction to Vibration” & ‘Fixtures, Software and

“Specifications for Vibration”

Data Physics Vibration Testing Training at ABTronix in the Netherlands

On October 6 and 7, 2020 we will organize a two-day course ‘Introduction to Vibration’ and it will take place in Hotel Campanile Breda (NL).

Here you can find the contents of this course.

For those who are interested in aspects of vibration technology which lays beyond the introduction course, a second course ‘Fixtures, Software and Specifications for Vibration’ will be organized on October 8, 2020.

For participation or more information, email us at: