DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Jun 23, 2013 20:42
If you do impact testing for frequency response measurements, you may want to read the paper that was just added to the bibliography section at http://www.abravibe.com/bibliography.html
! In this paper, written by Anders Brandt and Rune Brincker, presented at IMAC 2010, the time domain processing method which is implemented into ABRAVIBE was presented in some detail. Make sure to read this if you make FRF measurements using impact testing!
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DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Jun 21, 2013 18:26
This is a one-page checklist in table format which can be used to ensure some important points are not forgotten during a modal analysis test.
If you are signed in you can download the file by clicking here
. Otherwise, please sign in and browse the resources at the main site.
DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Mar 18, 2013 19:45
A recent paper from Proc. of the 31st IMAC conference is uploaded to the Bibliography section under About at www.abravibe.com. The paper describes the ABRAVIBE toolbox and its features. Go to the main site, or click here
, to download it now!
DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Mar 17, 2013 17:36
Today I'd like to mention a couple things of administrative nature.
First of all - thanks to all of you who use this site! In the first three weeks the ABRAVIBE toolbox alone has been downloaded almost 500 times! We are very grateful for your support!
We have noticed that some users register but never activate their account. This could be because the registration email end up in your spam folder. We do mention this in the text during the registration process, but if you have missed it - take a look for the registration email in your spam folder.
Another thing is feedback. If you have trouble registering, or downloading, we really want to hear about it! Use our contact form here
, to notify of what is going wrong.
You can also use the social media to share your thoughts about us! Or why not suggest an idea for what you would like to see as a vibration example.
Be sure to share us with your friends on Facebook and LinkedIn if you like us!
DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Feb 22, 2013 18:03
The start-up problems we had for some visitors on slow Internet connections causing downloads to sometimes time out before they were finished, now seem to be solved. If you are encountering any problems downloading from this site, do not hesitate to contact us through the contact form!
DiscussionPosted by Anders Brandt Feb 20, 2013 22:30
Welcome to the new abravibe.com site - the official home page for the ABRAVIBE toolbox!
The Learn More! part of the site is designed as a blog, which gives some advantages; among other things you can subscribe to RSS feeds so you are notified every time a new resource is published here.
The abravibe.com site is intended to be a portal for learning, teaching and utilizing vibration analysis. You will be able to browse through examples of how to use the ABRAVIBE toolbox. You will also find resources that teach general vibration engineering, and resources for the book "Noise and Vibration Analysis: Signal Analysis and Experimental Procedures," by Anders Brandt, published by John Wiley and Sons 2011.
If you are a previous user of the ABRAVIBE toolbox, you can now download the latest version by signing in to this site (after signing up for a user account). You will then be able to browse all the resources on this site, and optionally you can select to be notified by email next time there is an updated toolbox version available.
New resources will frequently be added to this site, so be sure to visit us often! Or become a member at www.facebook.com/TheAbravibe
look for the abravibe group, or
subscribe to the RSS feeds of this blog at the bottom right of this blog page.
Also be sure to frequently visit the accompanying website www.abravibe.com