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Risa 3d for Machine vibration modelling

Risa 3d for Machine vibration modelling

Risa 3d for Machine vibration modelling

Does RISA 3d have the ability to do time history analysis or the equivelant to model and develop the vibration outputs for a given machine vibration input?  The machine is a rotating piece of equipment supported on an elevated braced steel structure.

I know it can calculate mode shapes and develop the natural frequencies of the support structure, but can it caluclate or otherwise develop the amplitudes, velocities and accelerations for a given vibration?  In the past I have just used it to check to be sure frequencies do not match the machine input, but I now have a case where I actually need to develop velocites at a given point.

RE: Risa 3d for Machine vibration modelling

RISA does not currently have the ability to do a time history analysis.  I'm not sure when it will be added.  We'd have to sit down and review our development priority list to really give a target date.   

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