Vibration and Shock

Implement Multi-Shaker Testing and Control Applications in Your Business
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The class will cover current fixtures and controllers as well as good testing techniques that you should use for your multiple-shaker vibration tests. All people involved with single-shaker vibration testing who are considering learning the concepts and language of multiple-shaker vibration testing should attend. In addition, people already familiar with multiple-shaker testing will expand their knowledge.

Course outline     Who should attend?     Course materials     Instructor


Course outline
  • Background and overview
  • History
  • Some current fixtures
  • Definitions
  • Math review
  • Fixture properties
  • Controller features
  • What you can do wrong
  • What you can do right
  • Review of tips and techniques

Who should attend?

  • Anyone involved with single-shaker vibration testing considering learning about multi-shaker testing
  • Anyone involved with multi-shaker vibration testing looking to expand their knowledge

  • Course materials

  • Copy of IEST-RP-DTE022.1: Multi-Shaker Test and Control
  • Copy of PowerPoint presentation in course binder
  • Certificate of attendance for completion of CEUs

  • IEST-RP-DTE022 delivers recommendations and guidelines for performing vibration or shock tests using multiple exciters. Presented is a focused treatise on how the selection of the proper exciters, fixtures, transducers, bearings, and controllers can contribute to the successful performance of a multiple-shaker vibration test. It is suggested that this RP be used in conjunction with MIL-STD-810G Method 527, “Multi-Exciter Test,” to expand upon the fundamentals described therein.
     
    Continuing Education Units: .6 CEUs


    Instructor
    Russell Ayres