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Basic approach to analyze Vibration in systems
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Basic approach to analyze Vibration in systems

Basic approach to analyze Vibration in systems

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Hi experts,

I am currently working for a Air Cooled Hrat Exchanger firm. We very often need to perform modal analysis for chceking natural frequency structures whether they are resonant with fan frequency.

Any references for basic understanding of vibration analysis would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Basic approach to analyze Vibration in systems

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I'd divide it up into two bits, getting good data and analysing the data. Luckily Bruel and Kjaer have taught generations of engineers to do the first bit. The primers at https://www.bksv.com/en/Knowledge-center have a great deal in them. The textbooks are also good.

For the analysis a random web search on Introduction to experimental modal analysis threw up many free resources. http://www.sandv.com/downloads/0101avit.pdf is pretty typical in that it is stronger on the analysis than the data acquisition.

Your local university may host 3 day introductory sessions on Modal Analysis by any of the major instrumentation companies, if so that will get you up to speed far faster than any book.

Incidentally there is a load of tosh written about both subjects, if you are looking for practical results. Eyeglazing accounts of matrix manipulation are a hint that you are reading about some computational farrago rather than real people's work in the lab.


Cheers

Greg Locock


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RE: Basic approach to analyze Vibration in systems

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