VibraTec offers a technical course in the form of 5 webinars on electric motor + gearbox sub-assemblies (E-powertrain, electric actuators, gear drives, etc) (given in French with English presentations).
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Optimizing E-Powertrain acoustic treatment
NVH performance characterization of MHEV, PHEV and BEV cars
E-powertrain design to reach performance and NVH targets
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Clean Sky’s CANOBLE – New architecture, new cockpit… new noise experience
Gain computation time with VibraTec’s digital planetary gear model
E-powertrain training program – increasing understanding of electric vehicles
Trainee satisfaction in 2019
TRANSIT – Railway noise R&D for cost-effective vehicle certification
Why wait to schedule your 2020 training programs?
Extend asset service life thanks to VibraTec’s expertise in fatigue analysis and approach to evaluate remaining life
Quality control is of utmost importance to industrialists
Converting data into information to improve structural diagnosis
Acoustic transparency of Alberich coatings under high water pressure: coupled simulation method
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ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping (PVP2018) Conference – VibraTec to publish our technical developments
Customized asset management and monitoring solutions: learn about at Achema, from 11th to 15th of June 2018
Non-intrusive pipe pressure measurements – a dream come true !
Fatigue Design 2017: Innovative numerical fatigue methodology for piping systems: qualifying Acoustic Induced Vibration (AIV)
AIV – FIV: VibraTec’s your one-stop piping expert !
Why wait to schedule your 2018 training programs ?
VibraTec’s R&D is in the pipeline !
VibraTec’s training programs referenced by DataDock
Using Particle Image Velocimetry to address piping FIV issues
From basic design to commissioning, Vibratec can support all of your needs for the noise and vibration control of your equipment packages.
We provide assistance to equipment suppliers at the design stage of packages for the control of :
- Research & Development
Factory Acceptance Testing
It is often necessary to show conformity to equipment noise & vibration requirements during the Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT) or the on-site start-up phase. Vibratec are highly experienced in undertaking such vibration and noise measurements.
Should equipment be found to not meet project requirements, Vibratec are highly skilled in identifying the cause of non-conformance and recommending practicable solutions to ensure compliance.
VIBRATION: Package vibration, resulting in coincidence between natural modes and mechanical excitations, should be avoided wherever possible. Using Finite Element methods, our engineers can identify and propose structural modifications (e.g. baseplate beams, local reinforcements) or fixation point improvements (e.g. Anti-Vibration Mountings).
ACOUSTICS: Our engineers can provide practical recommendations regarding the design of sound attenuation devices (e.g. enclosures, pulsation dampers, etc.).
RESEARCH & DEVLOPMENT : Vibratec has developed close relations with manufacturers’ research and development teams to assist in improving the design of their equipment. From the smallest component to the largest turbines, Vibratec is able to bring its extensive, expert experience to be able to model, measure and validate new products.
Vibratec is able to validate equipment noise and vibration levels with reference to project and standard noise and vibration specifications (API, ISO, etc.). We are able to undertake measurements during Full Load / Full Speed tests :
- Vibration level measurements;
- Operational Deformation Shape (ODS);
- Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA);
- Sound pressure measurements;
- Sound intensity measurements;
- Acoustic camera.
Factory Acceptance Tests
VibraTec webinars – Electric motor / gearbox sub-assemblies
5 free webinars on electric motor + gearbox sub-assemblies (E-powertrain, electric actuators, gear drives, etc) (given in French with English presentations).