This book analyzes the mechanical vibrations environment in the calculations and tests approach, in order to provide simple and predictive calculation tools and vibration test methods. It specifically focuses on the simulation of vibratory phenomena in test laboratories and offers a detailed description of the measures and interpretations of the associated results.
Based on the NF EN ISO / IEC 17025 standard of the COFRAC (the French Accreditation Committee) for the quality aspect of tests, this book also provides practical applications and usage precautions that allow the prevention of errors in the development, calculation and test phases. These tests, imposed by the standards to civilian contractors (automobile, railway, aeronautical, etc.) and the military, call for an exponential sine sweep, randomized trials in colored noise and composite tests, such as the sine on noise and canon shot. All the information necessary for the understanding of these tests is included in this book.
1. Vibration Theory
2. Signal Analysis
3. Test Preparation
5. Equipment Applications
6. Controlling Generators of Vibrations and Shocks
7. Metrology of Measurement and Testing Methods
8. Testing Means for Vibrations
Yvon Mori was a CNAM engineer responsible for a test laboratory and environmental assessments at Thales Underwater Systems. Today, he trains engineers for large corporations in mechanical vibrations and shocks, as well as in electromagnetic compatibility.
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