Training: Modern Practices in Intermediate Vibration TestingJanuary 24, 2017
NTS Santa Clarita is pleased to host the IEST for the course “Modern Practices in Intermediate Vibration Testing” on February 7, 2007.
The purpose of this course is to offer a comprehensive familiarization with leading edge issues and best practices in vibration during all phases of the system development. Moving beyond the basics to more complex and realistic vibration scenarios, the student will interact with the instructor and fellow students to maximize understanding of leading concepts in fatigue theory, requirements development, advanced test techniques (including multi-axis and synergistic testing), and vibration test management.
Numerous “how to” examples and vibration testing “traps or pitfalls” will be discussed in class. During an extensive case study, the students will participate in a detailed practical exercise designed to demonstrate the development and execution of a complex vibration test program.
The course will be instructed by Robert L. (Andy) Anderson. Andy has over 35 years experience in the test industry, most recently serving as Dynamics Manager for NTS in El Segundo.
To learn more about NTS vibration testing capabilities, click here.