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Overview

Hands-on course into experimental techniques to determine dynamic properties of mechatronic systems in a reliable way. Participants will acquire a mix of theoretical background, do's and don’ts and practical hands-on experience.

Objective

After the course, the participant will be able to select the correct measurement method and instrumentation, perform reliable and correct measurement of the dynamic behavior of precision mechatronic devices and assess and present the results in a meaningful way.

Intended for

Design engineers, test engineers, production qualification engineers, customer support engineers and trouble shooters who use dynamic frequency domain techniques to evaluate the behavior of precision mechatronic devices.

 

Prerequisites: Technical education (BSc or higher), with at least two years experience and completion of the courses Mechatronics system design (Metron1/2) or equivalent.

Programme

- Continuous and discrete time signals
- Time vs. frequency, signal types and units
- Fourier transformation
- Frequency Response Function (FRF), auto spectra, cross spectra, coherence
- Sampling, leakage, aliasing, picket fence
- Time windowing and weighting function
- Excitation techniques
- Sensors and calibration
- Hands-on experiments

Certification

This course is certified by the European society for precision engineering & nanotechnology (euspen) and the Dutch Society for Precision Engineering (DSPE) and leads to the ECP2-certificate.

References

‘‘Most important items I have learned: How to perform a good measurement and transfer” – Maarten Desnijder (Philips)

‘‘Very nice training that in my case perfectly fits my needs” – Rob van Gils (Philips)

Methods

Price

€ 2.245,00 excl. VAT

Duration

3 consecutive days

Timetable

Expected in 2018

Location

Eindhoven

Contact

Tel. +31 85 401 3600
E-mail: training@hightechinstitute.nl

Partner

Mechatronics Academy B.V.
Mechatronics Academy B.V.

Certified by Euspen

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