A Vibroacustica, em parceria com a Brüel & Kjær e com o apoio do Centro Universitário Católica de Santa Catarina, está organizando um curso sobre máquinas rotativas. Serão abordados diversos assuntos relacionados ao tema como
- Revisão de Vibrações e Análise de Sinais.
- Análise de Ordem – Teoria e Aplicação.
- FFT baseada em ordem tracking.
- Reconstrução do sinal de Taco a partir de sinais de vibração e/ou ruído.
- Introdução a interface CAN bus.
- Método Vold Kalman.
- Introdução teórica de vibração torsional.
- Problemas associados a ressonâncias torsionais, simulação e solução.
- Resposta estrutural e Análise de Run-up.
- Método de análise de ODS (Operating Deflection Shape) – Tempo, frequência e run-up.
- Gráfico de cascata.
- Método de Signal Enhancement.
- Análise de Envelope.
- Balanceamento de Rotores Rígidos.
17 e 18 de Junho de 2015.
Centro Universitário Católica de Santa Catarina
Rua Visconde de Taunay, 427 – Centro
CEP 89.203-005 – Joinville – SC
Fone/Fax: (47) 3145-9700
R$250,00 (material didático, coffee break e almoço estão inclusos no preço).
Para efetuar sua inscrição clique aqui (website da Brüel & Kjaer).
Sobre o instrutor Robert Trépanier
B.SC. Engineering Physics, member of Québec Order of Engineer (OIQ), Canadian Machinery Vibration Association (CMVA), Canadian Acoustic Association member (CAA).
Robert has a background in engineering physics. His qualifications include:
Graduate Diploma in Engineering Physics, Laval University, Québec City.
Member of the “Ordre des Ingénieurs du Québec“.
Member of the Canadian Machinery Vibration Association, a chapter of the Vibration Institute.
Robert has been working in the fields of Noise and Vibration Measurement and Analysis since 1983 and has specialized in Rotary Dynamics, Quality Control, Structural Analysis and Signal Processing. He is currently employed by Brüel and Kjær North America and located in Pointe-Claire, near Montréal, Québec.
Robert has written and presented many training courses and user workshops at Brüel and Kjær on noise and vibration and techniques required to properly analyze complex signals under various test conditions.
As a senior Application Engineer with Brüel and Kjær, Robert has worked on several projects requiring in-depth technical evaluation of complex measurement scenarios. Robert has also been involved in defining solutions, identifying needed components and installing many automated test systems in the industry. An important part of his work involved Quality Control Test Benches for fully automated in-line production test systems. The accumulated experience resulting from this work has lead him to become the reference person within Brüel and Kjær on the subject of automated production test systems, particularly when the test object involves rotary dynamics. Robert has also performed a number of field tests for customers as part of the Brüel and Kjær Test Service consulting division and has gained in the process valuable practical experience.