IMV University

Vibration Webinars

With our webinars we offer a real alternative to our training courses at your site. The program ranges from general introductions in the area of vibration tests to expert-level content. Both beginners and experienced users will find an opportunity to build up, refresh and deepen their knowledge.

Vibration Training

Our scalable training program with numerous examples is aimed at beginners and experienced users and can be carried out in-house.

Numerous practical examples can be used to explain the basics of vibration testing, such as the types of excitation sine, noise and shock, in detail.

Topics that go beyond the basics, e.g.
Multi-sine applications, playback of time data, soft clipping, kurtosis, notching, etc., can be discussed in detail.

We coordinate the content of the training courses with you and tailor the modular content entirely to your requirements and needs and always find the right expert for you!

Other typical topics:
・What defines a good vibration fixture and how do I rate it,
・how do I choose a suitable control strategy,
・how do I protect the shaker and the test object from overload.
・Comprehensive introduction to the basics of operating the IMV vibration controller K2 or K2 +

Webinaires Archive

Past seminars can be viewed here.

Purchase Vibration Test Seminar Material

IMV Vibration Test Seminar (text version)

Table of contents

Chapter 1: Introduction to Vibration Testing (574 Baht)

This is an introduction to vibration testing. It explains the purpose of vibration testing and the different types of waveforms.

Chapter 2: Terminology (860 Baht)

This is an introduction to vibration testing. It explains general terms such as 'displacement', 'velocity' and 'acceleration', as well as terms relevant to testing.

Chapter 3: Guidelines for selecting testing equipment (860 Baht)

Explains how to calculate the performance requirements of a test machine.

Chapter 4: Precautions when carrying out vibration tests (860 Baht)

Describes the installation of EUT, the handling of measuring equipment, and the types and policies of control.