Experimental Modal Analysis (AME) - On-site

At present, the designs made by the various engineering areas are characterized by being light, flexible and increasingly resistant. These requirements often cause the new structures to be susceptible to unwanted vibrations; the information provided by Modal Analysis is necessary for a better understanding of the dynamic behavior of modern structures.

The AME is an experimental method to determine the natural frequencies, damping and vibration modes of a structure. It is a very forceful technique that allows us to verify if we are inside or outside the margin of a resonance and / or a critical speed. The AME (together with the ODS) helps us to perfect, validate or make modifications for a Finite Element modeling.

OVERALL OBJECTIVE:

This course is designed for those who have advanced mastery in Vibrational Analysis technologies, increase their knowledge of the dynamics of machines and structures through the presentation of practical historical cases executed by Vibro Technology, a step-by-step demonstration will be made of the procedure to execute the AME in a module of a structure using a 32-channel vibration analyzer, M`Escope, National Instruments and RTA softwares.

DIRECTED TO:

Engineers, Maintenance Supervisors, Structural Design Engineers, Operations Supervisors, Mechanical Technicians specialized in Vibrational Analysis, with minimum experience of 5 years.

AT THE END OF THE COURSE, THE PARTICIPANT WILL BE IN THE CONDITIONS OF:

Know and apply; the function of Transfer, Cross Power Spectrum, Coherence, Dynamic Modeling, Mathematical Modeling to determine the Natural Frequencies, Sources of Vibration, Amplifications and Damping.

REQUIREMENTS:

To have taken the Advanced Course of Analysis of Vibrations of CAT III Machines and to have handled vibration analyzers of 2 channels to more.

DURATION AND SCHEDULES:

Course: From June 20 to 22, (Three days) 8 hrs per day

Note:

For your participation in the course you will be given a certificate by Vibro Technology.

Break and lunch during the six days of the course.