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A Practical Approach to Sound and Vibration Troubleshooting

This virtual course will provide an overview and understanding of the methods and tools typically used to solve product noise and vibration issues

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COURSE OVERVIEW:

  • March 18 - 19; 14:00 - 17:00 GMT (Berlin)
  • September 13 - 16;  14:00 - 17:00 GMT (Berlin) 

The course follows the work completed in the Fundamentals in Sound and Vibration course and describes more advanced techniques of acoustic measurements including sound quality, sound power, sound intensity and acoustic array analysis.

In addition more advanced techniques for both acoustic and vibration measurements including modal analysis, order analysis
and source path contribution, will be presented.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  • The important factors that drive noise and vibration measurements including meeting standards, and improving product quality, product competitiveness and product reliability
  • An understanding of the methods and tools typically utilized to solve product noise and vibration problems
  • Review of actual time domain, frequency domain and time-frequency domain results data to understand fundamental details within the data that can be extracted to help understand and solve noise and vibration issues

A structured approach and associated techniques for identifying the sources of noise and vibration issues are presented with related case studies. Some control techniques to reduce and "shape” sound and vibration at the source and along the path are described.

The course is directed toward engineers, technicians and managers who are looking to start applying solutions to their noise and vibration issues. Time is allotted during each day to address questions related to the course materials and also attendee’s current noise and vibration issues.

Course details
Location
Start time
13 Sep 2021 14:00
Registration deadline
08 Sep 2021
Duration
4 Days, 3 hours per day
Type
Virtual
Price
€400 - €800

2 days = €400 and 4 days = €800
Instructor(s)
Frank Syred
Language
English