imc WAVE Structural Analyzer

Structural analysis on machinery and structural elements

With the imc WAVE Structural Analyzer, mechanical structures can be examined with regard to resonances. In this situation, a defined force signal is injected into the structure and the subsequent response of the structure can be measured using accelerometers. The simultaneous assessment of all of the signals allows the transfer function to be derived which fully describes the vibration behavior of the structure. For further processing, the imc FAMOS signal analysis software is available, as well as interfacing to modal analysis software, e.g., ME' Scope™.

Structural analyzer homepage: Direct navigation on left side to individual pages or to hide/unhide panel pages. Right side provides metadata entry.
Structural analyzer homepage: Direct navigation on left side to individual pages or to hide/unhide panel pages. Right side provides metadata entry.
Device selection and settings, e.g., imc CRONOSflex or imc C-SERIES with audio amplifier: provides device-specific settings such as storage options or synchronization.
Device selection and settings, e.g., imc CRONOSflex or imc C-SERIES with audio amplifier: provides device-specific settings such as storage options or synchronization.
imc WAVE Structural Analyzer: Channel selection
Channel selection: Select measurement channels and channel-specific settings such as sampling rate or remote-control.
Options of the Structural Analyzer imc WAVE
Options: Settings for excitation (impulse hammer) and which calculated values are stored.
DOFs in im WAVE Structural Analzer
Setting measurement points
Excitation measurement and display of calculated values such as transfer function and coherence.
Excitation measurement and display of calculated values such as transfer function and coherence.
Export measurement data in .uff (universal file format) to Excel or modal analysis software ME'scope™.
Export measurement data in .uff (universal file format) to Excel or modal analysis software ME'scope™.
 
 
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