EXPERIMENTAL MODAL ANALYSIS

Experimental Modal Analysis-EMA consists of measurements making it possible to determine the natural vibration response of equipment &/or structures. It is an essential part of vibration diagnosis or troubleshooting. This technique also provides information to enable Finite Element Model tuning.

TRAINING PROGRAM PRESENTATION

Goals
Understand the pertinence of this structural characterization technique
Explain the pertinence of EMA in vibration diagnosis
Demonstrate the basic skills necessary to use the technique
Analyze results

Participant profile
Technicians and engineers in maintenance, testing, laboratory & design offices

Prerequisites
Basic understanding of vibration issues

Program (based on case studies, alternating theory & application exercises)
Review of basic theory regarding vibration & structural dynamics
Presentation of mode identification methods
EMA implementation: measurement procedure & equipment
Hands-on exercises using a mock-up:
—Experimental mesh
—Instrumentation
—Data acquisition (FRF)
—Mode parameters
—Result analysis

Evaluation in the form of a quiz

Sessions (14 hours)
16-17 November 2021
10-11 March 2022
14-15 September 2022

Registration / cancellation up to 15 days before each session. Training material, breaks & lunches included. Based on real-life applications, alternating theory and application exercises.

This training program can be organized on demand, on-site worldwide for clients who wish to train groups of employees together, focusing on their specific field / job function.

If you have a sensory or motor deficit, please contact us to discuss compensation options.

VibraTec is accredited with the French government, and is referenced with DataDock (Qualiopi certification ongoing): French companies can benefit from professional training funds.