Vibration Analysis, Monitoring and Assessment
This workshop is aimed at engineers who are concerned with vibration or structural dynamics, and who would like to characterise vibrating loads and/or structural response to vibration.
It is assumed that attendees have a general understanding of vibration, from either theory or from test.
Workshop topics will include:
- A general refresher of basic frequency analysis
- Characterising vibration levels; power spectral density and amplitude spectra (frequency resolution, buffers and windows)
- Characterising time-varying and speed-varying vibration; spectrogram, waterfall and Campbell plots
- Characterising shock and peak vibration levels
- Characterising structural response; the frequency response function and the importance of damping
- Using frequency filters and weighting functions
- Applications for structural health monitoring, rotating machinery, fatigue of pipelines, human response to vibration
- A brief demonstration using nCode GlyphWorks software with an opportunity to try the software out first hand
The workshop is independent and does not rely on concepts introduced in other workshops.
Event Registration: www.ncode.com/workshops
When: 21 May @ 1:30-4:30
Where: Best Western Cambridge Quy Mill Hotel (Cambridge, UK)
About: This free workshop is hosted by HBM-nCode.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.ncode.com/workshops.
Event Type: Workshop
Location: Cambridge UK
Date: May 21, 2015