Learn how dynamic torsional motion found in rotating bodies can be measured using non-contact angular velocity and displacement sensors. Controlling torsional vibrations is critical to designing reliable vehicles, electric power generators and aircraft propulsion systems.
Rotational vibration data, used in the early stages of product development, has enabled design and test engineers to reduce noise, vibration felt by the passenger/operator, and to substantially increase durability. Classic examples of products with dynamic torsional motion are: drive shafts, universal joints, CV joints, electric motors, combustion engines, turbines, pumps, gearboxes / transfer cases.
Discover how vibrometers can be used to measure the vibration at fixed points and scanned to characterize the entire surface even when the structure is rotating.
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