New to shock and vibration? Puzzled by terminology? Curious about state of the art measurement techniques? Want some tips on making better S & V measurements? Are you sure you are using the right accelerometer for your application? Concerned by noise and distortion in your measurements? Like to discuss your problems with highly experienced measurement experts?
Join Meggitt for the next Shock & Vibration I & II workshops, the ideal applications-oriented training for technicians and engineers who want a better understanding of shock and vibration measurement.
During this event, participants will learn more about: Vibration fundamentals, shock motion, how shock and vibration are measured, accelerometer performance characteristics and error sources, accelerometer designs and performance, signal conditioning systems and readouts, accelerometer calibration, and application considerations and special cases.
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Shock & Vibration I includes lectures, student exercises, a plant tour and equipment demonstrations. Shock & Vibration II includes equipment demonstrations and hands-on operation. Supplied text will be Meggitt’s own Shock & Vibration Measurement Technology. The cost to attend S&V 1 is $999 and S&V II $499 per course or $1400 for both courses, and includes all handouts, seminar materials, snacks/lunch and certificate of completion. Participation is limited to the first 15 registrants. Register today!
Meggitt offers a series of in-depth technology short courses designed to give engineers and test technicians a better understanding of the theory and practical applications of accelerometer and pressure transducer technologies. The workshops are facilitated by renowned dynamic measurement expert Jon S. Wilson, a 45-year industry veteran and editor-in-chief of the Sensor Technology Handbook. Each multi-day course is packed with detailed information to help product design and test professionals optimize the evaluation, specification, calibration and performance of advanced sensing solutions.
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