Vibration Research- Speaking Events

Upcoming Speaking Event Schedule



Holger Boller

Using Fatigue Damage Spectrum for Accelerated Testing with Correlation to End-Use Environment

March 1, 2017

Silence Hotel, Istanbul, Turkey

Holger Boller will be presenting at ATS Testing Show.

Abstract: The accumulated damage that a product experiences in the field due to the variety of vibration stresses placed upon it will eventually cause failures in the product. The failure modes resulting from these dynamic stresses can be replicated in the laboratory and correlated to end use environment to validate target reliability requirements. This presentation addresses three fundamental questions about developing accelerated random vibration stress tests. Question #1: What random profile is needed (and for how much time) to accurately simulate the end use environment over the life-cycle of my product? Question #2: My product operates in many different vibration environments, how can I confidently combine them into one accelerated test? Question #3: How can I use the FDS to accelerate my test?


Alexander Smirnov

Modern Approach to Vibration Tests. Methods of Vibration Research

March 1, 2017, 14:00 - 14:30

Expocentre Fairgrounds, Moscow, Russia

Alexander Smirnov will be presenting at Expo Control 2017.

Abstract: This presentation focuses on Vibration Research with a company background, with an emphasis on our history of vibration testing innovations. We will also touch upon unique testing applications that most companies are not aware of, such as multi axis controls, DC control (for shaker centering or pre- loading), remote inputs/outputs integration (i.e. climatic chambers) and close with recent product developments.


Using Fatigue Damage Spectrum for Accelerated Testing with Correlation to End-Use Environment

March 6, 2017, 14:40

Kintex, Seoul, Korea

David Yoon will be presenting on behalf of Vibration Research at Automotive Testing Expo 2017.

Abstract: Accumulated damage a product experiences in the field due to the variety of vibration stresses on it will eventually cause failures in the product. Failure modes resulting from dynamic stresses can be replicated in the laboratory and correlated to end-use environment to validate target reliability requirements. This presentation addresses three fundamental questions about developing an accurate vibration test. 1) What profile time frame is needed to accurately simulate the end-use environment over the life-cycle of my product? 2) How can I confidently combine different vibration environments into one accelerated test? 3) How can I use FDS to accelerate my test?


John Van Baren

Estimation of PSD from Known Noise Source

March 23, 2017

Renaissance Los Angeles Airport Hotel, Los Angeles, CA

John Van Baren will be presenting at the Aerospace Testing Seminar 2017.

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 methods of random averaging, and explains why Vibration Research developed and patented a new random PSD averaging technique to protect test and flight ready articles.


Andy Cogbill

Using Fatigue Damage Spectrum to Correlate Validation Tests to End-Use Environment

Date: TBD

Pasadena Convention Center, Pasadena, CA

Andy Cogbill will be presenting at the Space Tech Expo 2017.

Abstract: The damage that a product experiences due to the vibration stresses placed upon it causes failures. The failure modes resulting from these dynamic stresses can be replicated in qualification testing in the laboratory. As data is collected from multiple launches testing can be improved to incorporate the additional data. Fatigue Damage Spectrum provides the tool to improve qualification tests as more launch data becomes available.

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