VDI knowledge forum: Understanding and applying vibration technology and machine dynamics
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jörg Wallaschek, Institute for Dynamics and Vibration Research, Leibniz University of Hanover
Understanding and applying vibration technology and machine dynamics
The development and construction as well as the operation and maintenance of machines, systems and vehicles require a wide range of solutions to problems relating to machine dynamics and vibration technology. For this purpose, classical and modern methods of modeling and simulation as well as a multitude of experimental procedures are available. The progress in microelectronics and software technology, which has continued for many years, has led to an enormous improvement in the computational and experimental analysis methods of machine dynamics and vibration technology. The seminar Vibration Technology and Machine Dynamics provides an overview of the current state of knowledge in a condensed form and provides insights into development trends and future perspectives.
Building on the introducing presentations on the most important basic topics, numerous case studies and application examples are presented, documenting the current state of the technology, and it is shown how the respective problem solutions can also be applied to other industries and applications. Complementary exercises with complete solutions deepen the understanding of the material. Selected experimental methods, such as operational vibration analysis and experimental modal analysis and the available measurement technology will be demonstrated in practical demonstrations.
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