How your Component Designs will Perform with Vibration Testing

Vibration testing is one of the important needed factors that have to be executed on
machines in order to check the velocity and acceleration produced from machines.
Equipment which is designed for testing machines must have the feature of storing the
reading values which will be useful for future applications. When a problem occurs, it
can be easily managed by modifying the previous reading. This is one of the major
advantages of testing machines.

Vibration testing will aid in your understanding of how your component designs will
perform when vibratory stresses are present. Determining where, when and how a
component/product may respond to vibratory conditions provides you with the
advantage of determining the effectiveness of a given design. DATASYST can support
your success by adding random, sinusoidal and combined environmental vibration
testing to your test program.
DATASYST provides the following vibration testing methods:
Random Vibration Testing - replicates complex frequencies in a chosen bandwidth.
Vibration environments may have input from multiple sources, such as wheels over a
road. In these vibration exposures, it may be more accurate to analyze and test using
random vibration.
In random vibration the primary concern is the spectral content of the vibration being
generated. Most random vibration tests are conducted using Gaussian random
suppositions where maximum amplitude is not definable, and levels are measured in
RMS values.
Sinusoidal Vibration Testing
With sinusoidal vibration, the relationship between acceleration, velocity and
displacement is fixed and frequency dependent. Variation in any one of these three
parameters affects another, and for this reason, all of them should be considered
simultaneously when specifying or observing sine vibration.
Sine Sweep Vibration Testing - are sweeps across a frequency spectrum at a specific
rate to identify resonant frequencies of a Unit Under Test (UUT).
Sine Dwell Vibration Testing - are dwells at a specific frequency, often at a resonant
frequency, to duplicate a worst case condition for the UUT.
Sine-on-Random Vibration Testing - is performed by overlaying a sine dwell on a
random vibration profile.
Combined Environment Vibration Testing - allows exposure of a UUT to
vibration and environmental conditions (hot/cold) simultaneously.
The devices used for performing the vibration testing are particularly planned to stash
away the measured frequency readings and associated information which can be
considered for later references also. If the heavy equipments are installed in a place,
then it delivers the vibration throughout the construction process which can cause
environmental hazards.
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