Sound and vibration specialist, Bruel & Kjaer UK is running a range of practical and theoretical training courses, held at the UK’s head office in Royston, throughout autumn.
The company’s first session, Acoustic & Vibration Introduction for Design & Test Engineers, is a three-day course running from 15th to 17th September. It provides industrial engineers with a thorough understanding of the basic concepts that are important for airborne and structure-borne noise - and vibration in machinery.
Owners of Brüel & Kjær’s PULSE data analysis system can learn about its latest updates and benefit from hands on training at the PULSE User day course, beginning on 22nd September. This intensive, two-day session teaches attendees how to get the best from their data acquisition system.
The final course is Vibration Testing for Engineers, running 13th to 14th October, which offers a practical introduction to the subject of vibration testing. It is designed to meet the needs of engineers new to the subject of vibration testing and acts as a useful refresher course for more experienced users. There is also an optional third day, covering the LDS Laser usb Controller.
More information about Bruel & Kjaer UK’s training sessions is available on its web site: www.bksv.com
About Brüel & Kjær
Brüel & Kjær is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of sound and vibration measurement systems.
We help customers measure and manage the quality of sound and vibration in their products and in the environment. Focus areas include aerospace, space, defence, automotive, ground transportation, airport environment, urban environment, telecom and audio.
Our portfolio of sound and vibration equipment includes sound level meters, microphones, accelerometers, conditioning amplifiers, calibrators, noise and vibration analysers and PULSE software.
We also design and manufacture the LDS range of vibration test systems, as well as complete airport and environmental monitoring systems: WebTrak, ANOMS, NoiseOffice and Noise Sentinel. We run a variety of training courses, from basic introductions on noise and its effects, to more specialised classes teaching customers how to get the most out of their equipment.