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10 March 2020 (08:30 to 3:30)

Fundamentals of Noise, Vibration & Harshness End-of-Line Quality Testing of Rotating Assemblies

Siemens Digital Industries Software invites you to join us for a free, educational and interactive day covering the topic of End-of-Line (EOL) quality sound and vibration testing of rotating machinery. To both meet and exceed customers’ expectations, suppliers must provide excellent manufacturing quality. The long-term costs of faulty products are just too high: rework, scrap, product failures and recalls can all severely damage a business by creating inefficiencies, delays, direct costs, customer dissatisfaction and low shareholder confidence. Today manufacturers must build products on time and right-first-time to remain competitive in global markets.

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The Siemens Anovis systems automatically detects and identifies product or process anomalies within seconds. The proven test procedures, based on decades of industry expertise, facilitate the shortest possible cycle times. Our standardized system can be adapted to a wide range of industries and applications where products are normally rotated, items such as complete engines, transmissions, electric motors, turbo chargers, etc.…

What you will get from the Seminar: An understanding and appreciation of the basics through to the key intricacies of automatic EOL sound and vibration analysis testing of rotating machinery.

This free seminar can help to answer questions such as: 

  • How can I have a highly reliable and repeatable test facility? 
  • How do we implement both short cycle times and high throughput rates during series production? 
  • Are higher levels of automation achievable so we can reduce the level of manual operations and operator errors? 
  • How will the inherent fast root-cause analysis help my business generate insights for possible intermediate redesigns? 
  • Is the system flexible and easy to adapt to our changing requirements?

Who Should Attend? This seminar is aimed at: 

- Quality Manager - Responsible for the quality of goods produced and very interested in the increase in the detection of faults. 

- Production Manager - Responsible for the total production line and hence very sensitive to the cost of a fault detection system, ROI, reliability and supplier support. 

- End-of-line (EOL) test bench manager – keen to increase throughput and cycle times of test, automation, ease of use and flexibility.

Live demonstrations will be given to help to reinforce the points made and to give practical insight.

AGENDA: 


8:30 am to 9:00 am – Registration, Coffee and Welcome 

9:00 am to 10:00 am – Introduction to End of Line Quality NVH Inspection Systems 

10:00 am to 10:15 am – Break 

10:15 am to 12:00 pm – User Examples and Business Cases

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Lunch Provided 

1:00 pm to 2:30 pm – Considerations for Sensors, Hardware and the Test Bench

2:30 pm to 2:45 pm – Break 

2:45 pm to 3:30 pm – Deeper Review of the Technical Aspects                                     

3:30 pm – Questions, Further Discussions and Close

Location: Siemens Digital Industries Software, Cornwell House, Blythe Gate, Blythe Valley Park, Solihull. B90 8AF. UK

Future Planned Free Fundamental Seminars: 

21 April 2020 - Fundamentals of Rotating Machinery Testing. Plus, Model Based Simulation & Test (MBST)
12 May 2020 -  Fundamentals of Automotive Interior/Exterior Sound Design. Plus, Component Based Transfer Path Analysis (C-TPA)
9 June 2020 -  Fundamentals of Digital Signal Processing
8 September 2020 - Fundamentals of Structural Dynamics Testing
10 November 2020 - Fundamentals of Data Acquisition Hardware

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