vibration analysis software Articles

  • Vibration monitoring and analysis in aircraft engine test cells

    Snecma, part of the SAFRAN group, is dedicated to the production of engines for both air and space. Working alone or in partnership, Snecma designs, develops and produces engines for civil and military aircraft, launch vehicles and satellites. The company is organised in three divisions: Commercial Engines – Snecma and GE Transportation team up to produce the bestselling family of CFM56 ...

  • Opening the envelope on bearing vibration

    A sophisticated signal processing technique can help to pinpoint bearing failure at an early stage. Chris Hansford, Managing Director at Hansford Sensors, explains. Experienced operators can often tell if a machine is not working properly, on the basis that is does not ‘sound right’. The same principle can be applied – using modern electronics – to identify the exact cause ...


    By Hansford Sensors

  • New Condition Monitoring and Analysis System VDAU-6000

    Brüel & Kjær Vibro announces the world-wide release of the new VDAU-6000. This state-of-the-art condition monitoring system provides an economical alternative to rack-based systems for condition monitoring of rotating machinery, in particular auxiliary machines and balance-of-plant applications. The high density 16-channel parallel processing functionality also lends itself to the ...


    By Brüel & Kjær Vibro GmbH

  • Harmonic response analysis and research of bus body based on the modal shapes

    The finite element model of the bus body is built in ANSYS software, and the finite element model was validated by stress tests. The mode shapes and the natural frequencies of the bus body determine its dynamic response properties, such as the transmission of vibration from the engine. The modal analysis is performed by using the ANSYS. Through the preliminary analysis of the modal shape and ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Sensitivity analysis of simulation model on railway rolling noise prediction

    The railway rolling noise prediction software (RRNPS) is a simulation model for predicting the sound pressure levels during a train passage due to wheel/rail roughness, based on vibration dynamics, contact mechanics and sound radiation modules. Some field validation has been done under European and Australian conditions. Comparisons between simulations and measurements have shown that this ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • MIRA utilise PULSE Sound Power Software for EU compliance

    MIRA is a leading automotive design, development and certification consultancy providing a wide range of European certification and homologation services for automotive and non-automotive customers, as well as conducting tests which are accepted for national approval in many countries worldwide. They provide Automotive Type Approval services for automotive legislation (“e” marking) and also ...

  • Response spectrum dynamic analysis on structural parameters of Zhengzhou International Conference Exhibition Center

    In this paper, a rectangular unit of steel roof in Zhenghou International Conference Exhibition Center is investigated about the effects of different structural parameters on its dynamic performances with ANSYS software. Response spectrum method is adopted to calculate the natural vibration characteristics, the dynamic displacements, the support reactions, the ratio of the maximum dynamic forces ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Multidisciplinary optimisation of a car component under NVH and weight constraints using RSM

    One of the important challenges in the auto industry is to reduce the mass of the vehicle while meeting structural performance requirements for crashworthiness, noise, vibration and harshness, etc. In this paper, a multidisciplinary optimisation of a car back-bonnet is investigated by using the response surface method. A car body is fully surface modelled in CATIA and meshed in software. Then, ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Optimising the natural frequencies of a fan shroud in a powertrain cooling system with modal iteration method

    The durability of a fan shroud is determined by its vibration response to the road, which in turn is determined by its natural frequencies relative to the frequencies from road excitation. The objective of the current study is to develop an optimisation algorithm that increases a specific structure's natural frequency such that it separates itself from the main band of the road excitation. The ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Brüel & Kjær expands - support of I-deas test products

    In October 2005, MTS Corporation decided to withdraw from the noise and vibration (NVH) market. Maya HTT and Brüel & Kjær are, therefore, pleased to announce that the new partnership is committed to continuing the sales and support of I-deas Test and related software products for noise and vibration analysis. New and existing customers alike can, therefore, use Brüel & ...

  • Interview with John O`Higgins, chief executive of Spectris

    Environmental issues - a growing concern among organisations Presently, organisations are seriously contemplating environmental issues and are taking necessary steps towards improving their products and processes. Large companies are now focusing on reducing their carbon footprint and ensuring that their products are environment-friendly. Even in niche segments, organisations are ...

  • Helping Volvo maximise uptime

    With the many challenges facing the automobile industry, such as shortened development times, Volvo is increasingly moving its Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH) development into computer simulation and modelling, with less traditional prototyping. A well-established customer of Brüel & Kjær, Volvo benefits greatly from the value added to their systems in terms of the minimised ...

  • ESTECH Corporation - engineering solutions and technology

    20 Years of Success and a New Facility On 1 September 2009, ESTECH Corporation (in Japanese, Kabushiki Kaisha ESTECH) Engineering Solutions & Technologies opened the doors of its new testing facility, and at the same time celebrated 20 years since its inception in 1989. Situated less than 20 km from Yokohama and 40 km from the centre of Tokyo, the two storey, 670m2 test facility ...

  • Fine-tuning acoustic isolation in buildings

    ACCIONA Infrastructure is ranked among the leading construction companies in the world - and is recognised for implementing the most advanced and innovative technology.  As research and design is vital to keep the company at the cutting edge in relation to technological developments, ACCIONA Infrastructure created a team to analyse noise and vibration. Where traditional ...

  • Environmental Noise Management System - Release 2 with Streaming

    Brüel & Kjær’s environmental noise management system, incorporating state-of-the-art technology, was released in late 2005. It resulted in a number of orders that enabled major revisions and improvements to be implemented. We are now proud to release the fruits of this cooperation with key customers – Release 2 of our Environmental Noise Management System – a powerful and attractive solution for ...

  • ESTECH marks twentieth year with new acoustic testing site

    Situated less than 40 km from the centre of Tokyo, the two storey building has a hemi-anechoic chamber, an excitation test room and an associated test preparation room. The excitation test room, which can be flexibly partitioned, contains two structural beds isolated from external vibration. And two cranes capable of lifting up to 2.8 tonnes, for moving heavy structures such as engines, tractor ...

  • Keeping quiet about DCNS

    DCNS, one of Europe’s leading naval defence groups and contractor for integrated warships and systems, is a dedicated user of Brüel & Kjær sound and vibration solutions. This article, written with the support of DCNS, illustrate show PULSE™ is playing a central role at key DCNS operation centres in Northern France; helping with design, maintenance, acceptance testing ...

  • SoNoScout rides the trams

    Sound Quality and Vehicle Condition Research to evaluate sound signals inside trams has been undertaken using Brüel& Kjær binaural microphones, Time Data Recorder and PULSE data acquisition and analysis system. The tests were performed on a number of trams manufactured between 1908 and 2008, on normal town routes. Based on acoustical, spatial recordings, the initial quality ...

  • Let the computer do the work

    Time Liberated   One day’s testing in the field or lab can easily generate several days of analysis, processing and reporting in the office. The analysis and reporting processes are often repetitive, so there are real benefits to be gained by automating them. Not least of these benefits is the liberation of an engineer’s time for more creative work such as results ...

  • Calibrated aerial photos ease noise mapping

    Calibrated Aerial Photos Ease Noise Modelling For smaller projects or where geographical vector data is missing, using aerial photos is an elegant solution for helping build environmental noise calculation models. With Predictor 7810’s new GeoReference function, aerial photos and map images can be easily calibrated according to your local coordinate system. The coordinate ...

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