Date: 7th March 2024
Time: 9:00am - 4:00pm
Tutor: Jarek Rosinski
Fee: BGA Member Free / Non Member £225*
Noise and vibrations are omnipresent, and while they may seem straightforward to interpret in some scenarios, industrial applications often introduce complexities that require a deeper understanding. This seminar explores the theoretical foundations of noise and vibrations, their sources, modes of transmission, and their implications for both systems and their surroundings. This seminar is designed to share the knowledge and tools necessary to interpret and diagnose noise and vibrations effectively in various industrial applications.
The seminar will cover:
Principles of noise and vibrations
Understanding Gearbox Noise and vibrations
Gear geometry, microgeometry and Transmission Error
Gear design optimisation
Rattle and Whine in gears
Modal analysis and Modal shapes
Data analysis and signal processing- time domain plots, FRF, FFT, Hilbert Transforms
Case studies from a versatile selection of industrial applications
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