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The process of modal analysis allows you to study the system dynamics of a structure and to identify root causes of your noise and vibration problems. Modal analysis refers to a complete process including acquisition and analysis phases for understanding system dynamics behavior.
Modal testing systems consist of transducers (typically accelerometers and force cells), an analog to digital converter or frontend to digitize the analog instrumentation signals and a host PC to review and analyze your data.
A modal analysis approach can help you reduce the noise level emitted by your product and assist you in identifying the source of vibrations (such as eliminating component cracking issues).
Using modal analysis to thoroughly understand the nature of your product’s dynamic behavior, you can make system dynamics design decisions that positively affect the development of the product. You can also use modal analysis results to detect changes or damage in your product so you can take countermeasures. Download the theoretical details on modal analysis.
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