RISE offers a new training in vibration analysis, with a thorough review of the theory about signal processing, structural dynamics and vibration fatigue during three full days.
The training has three parts in a logical order. It is strongly recommended to participate in part 1 and 2 before taking on part 3. Part 1 and 2 are more generally applicable, while the final part is dedicated to the vibration integrity and fatigue impact. Hence, one could profit from part 1 and 2 only, for participants not interested in vibration fatigue. All parts are as useful for analysis of experimantal data as for post-processing of simulation results.
Participants will get good overview and structure of the rather wide subject scope, detailed knowledge of fundamental parts of vibration analysis and reference material to return to when needed. The training contains detailed review of theory and mathematics. Exercises are left for the students to perform after the training as the compressed schedule only allows for demonstration exercises by the teachers.
The training is suitable for test and calculation engineers with a university degree, both young and experienced. Also managers to specialists have good use of the overview and subject structure.
Martin Olofsson is a researcher at RISE department Chemistry and Applied Mechanics, with extensive experience from vibration analys in product development work.
Kjell Ahlin is an internationally renowned expert in both digital signal processing and structural dynamics and appreciated lecturer. Former professor at Blekinge Technical University.
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