Vibration Research- Speaking Events

Upcoming Speaking Event Schedule



Ryan Becker

Fatigue Damage: Combine, Compare and Quantify

Date: September 19, 2017: 11:45 am

Shanghai World Exhibition & Convention Centre, Shanghai, China

Ryan Becker will be presenting at the Testing Expo China 2017.

 

Abstract: Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time-domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain waveforms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. The ability to combine, compare and quantify environments and testing makes the FDS a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.


Aaron O

Fatigue Damage Spectrum – Application Study

Date: September 28, 2017: 3:45 - 4:30 pm

Austin Downtown Hilton Garden Inn, Austin, Texas

Aaron Offringa will be presenting at the ASTR Conference 2017.

 

Abstract: Damage accumulates on all products because of vibration. The damage from vibration stresses on a product eventually results in catastrophic failures. Understanding and quantifying the “damage” characteristics of an environment or a combination of environments allow an engineer to avoid catastrophic failures. The fatigue damage spectrum is used to analyze time history files, evaluate qualification test standards as compared to actual end use environments, and define new vibration tests representative of the actual use of a product. This presentation addresses the methodology used to analyze, compare and combine field environments as well as generate the appropriate test profile based on the real-world vibration exposure a product will experience.


Kevin VP

A New Method of PSD Estimation

Date: October 18, 2017: 1:55 pm

Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront, Jacksonville, Florida

Kevin Van Popering will be presenting at the Shock and Vibration Exchange Symposium..

 

Abstract: It is vital that a random test consistently meets power spectral density (PSD) requirements throughout the test. By nature, random averaging requires time to present in-tolerance and smooth spectral lines. This article discusses Vibration Research’s newly developed method of PSD estimation, iDOF®, which provides an accurate and smooth PSD estimate without requiring traditional averaging time. This is the best method available to ensure that a random vibration test meets PSD requirements throughout the test.


Ryan Quellet

Fatigue Damage: Combine, Compare and Quantify

Date: October 25, 2017 - 1:50 pm

The Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI

Ryan Quellet will be presenting at the Automotive Testing Expo 2017.

 

Abstract: Fatigue damage is a common and predictable cause of damage in the supply chain. The Fatigue Damage Spectrum (FDS) is an abstraction that helps engineers make decisions in several different ways. First, the FDS can be used to design and shorten a random vibration test based on combined time domain data. Second, the FDS can be used to compare time-domain waveforms in terms of fatigue. Third, being able to quantify the end-use environment to the vibration profiles running on the shaker gives confidence when going from field to lab. The ability to combine, compare and quantify environments and testing makes the FDS a powerful tool for test design and product analysis.


Evgeny Narubin

Shakers Performance Verification with the VR9500

Date: October 25, 2017 - 14:00-14:30

The Suburban Collection Showplace, Novi, MI

Evgeny Narubin will be presenting at the Testing and Control Expo.

 

Abstract: We will discuss the shakers performance verification according to the Russian standards and how to perform it using VR9500 controller.

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