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vibration course

vibration course

vibration course

Hello all,

I'm looking for a vibration course, that handles the general topics of vibration data-acquisition, signal analysis etc.
The course should be given in Europe, preferably in the Netherlands. Tips on courses in other continents / countries are also welcome.
Thanks in advance

RE: vibration course

Bently Nevada in the Netherlands runs some pretty good courses, but they are very focused on machinery with fluid film bearings. Go to www.bently.com and then link to their web site in the Netherlands. You can also call them directly at 31 15 3695240.

RE: vibration course

If you want to got the UK then the ISVR at Southhampton University runs various courses at all levels. Their 3 day course on Advanced NVH is very good indeed. Nice people and very clever.

B&K's courses are a bit variable - usually very good on theory, but I don't much like their modern analysers so time spent on them is a bit of a waste for me. Their introductory booklets are exceptionally good, especially for the non-academic. Their proper books - "Frequency Analysis" and "Mechanical Vibration and Shock Measurements" are indispensable.


Greg Locock

RE: vibration course

Thanks all,

I signed up for a B&K course.

RE: vibration course

Would any of the courses mentioned be suitable for turbine/generator vibration analysis. Is there an "idiots guide" available.

RE: vibration course

Any of these courses will help with TG diagnostics, the Bently course in particular.

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