Advance your acoustic and vibration knowledge with Bruel & Kjaer UK
Sound and vibration expert, Bruel & Kjaer UK has added a new training course to its 2020 calendar, providing delegates with a variety of optional acoustic and vibration sessions over three days.
The Acoustic and Vibration training course - taking place from 28th to 30th April - consists of different, specialised training sessions, from which attendees can select the most relevant topics. Sessions include Labshop Introduction, which focuses on setting up the Pulse Labshop software for basic and advanced measurements.
Another session, called Handheld Instruments Introduction, teaches delegates to set up projects on the company’s 2250 Sound Level meter and get the best from their most frequently used applications. Other sessions include Material Testing and SSR, Building Acoustics, Sound Intensity, Array Acoustics and many more.
The company will also provide a thorough introduction to its data analysis software, BK Connect with a two-day course on 3rd and 4th March. Attendees will learn about this very powerful tool for processing, comparing and reporting sound and vibration data. The class is for new and existing PULSE LabShop/Reflex users looking to unleash the power of the BK Connect platform. Participants will learn how to utilise the software to increase their efficiency with analysis, post-processing and reporting.
For those involved with test houses and shakers, the two-day Vibration Testing for Engineers and Technicians course on 10th and 11th March, provides a practical introduction explaining how to interpret vibration test specifications and apply them to a vibration test system. The course is designed for engineers new to the field of vibration testing, but also acts taas a useful refresher for more experienced users. There’s an optional third day of training called Vibration Hands-on Practical, which covers the LDS Laser USB Controller for sine, random, shock and mixed-mode testing.
Brüel & Kjær also provides free, online training sessions called webinars, run by its technical experts. Webinars cover a variety of topics – from general acoustic, environmental and industrial topics to more specialised product training.