Measuring Resonance Frequencies and Operational Damage

Technical structures, such as buildings, machines or plants, can be excited and set into resonant vibration by natural phenomena (wind, waves, earthquakes), traffic or the operation of a motor. These vibrations affect the material or the statics of a structure and can cause damage. To avoid this, the resonance frequency of the structure, machine or plant must be determined. 

This is where the IMC WAVE Structural Analyzer comes into play, with which resonance frequencies can be measured and various spectra calculated.

A permanent load of technical structures by the resonance frequency affects the life span as well as the quality of the products of the machine. To operate machinery or plants outside their natural frequency, it is essential to measure the resonance frequency.

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