Software de control de vibraciones

  • Vibration control Software  

    Sine control

    A vibration controller feature used within a closed-loop test system to produce a sine excitation signal for measuring structural response at resonant frequencies.

  • Random test

    Random Vibration control

    A vibration controller feature used within a closed-loop test system to produce a random signal that simulates a broad range of real-world operating environments.

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    Classical Shock control

    A controller feature within a vibration test system to produce shock pulse signals, such as half-sine, haversine, sawtooth and triangular.

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    Transient Time History

    A vibration controller software feature that replicates an imported transient pulse to excite a shaker system for the purpose of studying a structure’s dynamic response.

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    Resonance search, track and dwell

    A vibration controller feature used within a closed-loop test system to search for and track the resonant frequencies of any given payload. This is restricted to calculating the transfer function from one accelerometer position only; that is, to track one vital part of the payload.

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    Time Waveform Replication 

    A vibration controller feature within a closed-loop test system for replicating a waveform with precise, real-time, multi-channel control.

  • Vibration CONTROL profile

    Sine-On-Random Vibration control

    A vibration controller feature used within a closed-loop test system to simultaneously generate a broadband random signal alongside multiple sinusoids.

  • RANDOM-ON-RANDOM

    VIBRATION CONTROL

    A vibration controller feature used within a closed-loop test system to drive shakers by generating a profile that combines broadband random excitation with multiple narrow-band signals.

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    Shock Response Spectrum

    A vibration control feature used to synthesize a specified shock response spectrum (SRS) to measure a payload’s resistance to shock damage.