Experience the latest and greatest within structural dynamics - and network with colleagues from around the world at Florida-based IMAC XXIX conference.
Running over five days (30th January to 3rd February) at the Hyatt Regency, Jacksonville - IMAC is the event to discuss measurement and analysis needs with Brüel & Kjær and LDS experts - and see live demonstrations of the company’s leading solutions, including:
Distributed LAN-XI hardware modules and PULSE/ PULSE Reflex™ software for Classical Modal Analysis, Operational Modal Analysis, Operating Deflection Shapes Analysis and Shock Response Spectrum Analysis
Test-FEA integration using FEMtools™ solver- and platform-independent CAE software
Complete solutions for vibration test using LDS shakers and controllers
In connection with IMAC XXIX, Brüel & Kjær will host various activities, including a Test for I-deas User Group Meeting. Visit booth 107 to learn more and register for these events.
A 1-day course on Operational Modal Analysis, Background, Theory & Practice will be held on 30th January by S. Gade, Brüel & Kjær, and C. Ventura, University of British Colombia, Canada.
Brüel & Kjær will be presenting the following papers:
Advanced Operational Modal Analysis Methods for Linear Time Periodic System Identification - M.S. Allen, University of Wisconsin-Madison; S. Chauhan, Brüel & Kjær; M.H. Hansen, Risø National Laboratory - Monday 3:30PM
Operational Modal Analysis of Operating Wind Turbines: Application to Measured Data - S. Chauhan, D. Tcherniak, Brüel and Kjær; J. Basurko, O. Salgado, J. Urresti, Ikerlan-IK4; C.E. Carcangiu, M. Rossetti, Alstom Wind - Monday 4:30PM
Test Model Correlation in the Alstom 3 MW Wind Turbine - J. Basurko, O. Salgado, Ikerlan IK4; D. Tcherniak, S. Chauhan, Brüel & Kjær; A. Rodriguez-Tsouroukdissian, M. Martin, C. Carcangiu, Alstom Wind - Tuesday 9:00AM
Low Frequency Vibration Measurements - T. Licht, B. Kriegbaum, Brüel & Kjær - Tuesday 9:30AM
Operational Modal Analysis on a Modified Helicopter - E. Camargo, Centro Tecnico Aeroespacial; N.J. Jacobsen, Brüel & Kjær; D. Strafacci, Centro Tecnico Aeroespacial - Tuesday 11:00AM
Multi-field Microphone - When the Sound Field is Unknown - S. Gade, N.V. Bøgholm, Brüel & Kjær - Thursday 1.00PM
An Alternating Least Squares (ALS) based Blind Source Separation Algorithm for Operational Modal Analysis - J. Antoni, University of Technology of Compiegne; S. Chauhan, Brüel & Kjær - Thursday 2:30 PM
Brüel & Kjær participates in the following Round Robin sessions on Operational Modal Analysis and Classical Modal Analysis, respectively:
Output-only Modal Parameter Estimation – Wednesday 9:00AM
Modal Parameter Estimation – Wednesday 11.00AM
The annual Brüel & Kjær Customer Appreciation Event will take place Wednesday evening; visit booth 107 to pre-register for this event.
Product Manager, Structural Dynamics Solutions
Brüel & Kjær Headquarters, Denmark
About Brüel & Kjær
Brüel & Kjær is a world-leading manufacturer and supplier of sound and vibration measurement systems. Brüel & Kjær helps its customers measure and manage the quality of sound and vibration in their products and in the environment. Focus areas are aerospace, space, defence, automotive, ground transportation, airport environment, urban environment, telecom, and audio.
Brüel & Kjær has an unparalleled portfolio of sound and vibration equipment, and is a renowned deliverer of innovative instrumentation, including sound level meters, microphones, accelerometers, conditioning amplifiers, calibrators, noise and vibration analysers and software. To see the full range of products and systems, please visit www.bksv.com.
Brüel & Kjær also runs a variety of training courses, from basic introductions to noise and it’s effects to more specialised classes teaching customers how to get the most out of their equipment. Free, online training courses - conducted by our expert engineers - run throughout the year too. For all course registration details visit http://www.bksv.com/courses.
Brüel & Kjær is a subsidiary of UK-based Spectris plc (www.spectris.com) that has annual sales of £787m and employs around 6,000 people worldwide in its 13 business units. Brüel & Kjær has 1150 employees worldwide, and is represented by sales offices in 55 countries.