Vibration testing courses available in 2017

BK Training courses

A range of courses has been made available for acoustics and vibration engineers in both software and testing.

Registration for Brüel & Kjær UK’s 2017 training courses, which offer a range of theoretical and practical classes, is now available.

The company’s training starts in March, with the two-day PULSE User Training session. This specialist course covers both the basics and the more advanced features of Brüel & Kjær’s PULSE multi-analyser system. Delegates can also take advantage of an optional third day – PULSE Reflex user training – to receive dedicated hands-on training within the PULSE Reflex software.

Also running in March is the Vibration Testing for Engineers and Technicians course; a practical introduction explaining how to interpret vibration test specifications and apply them to a vibration test system. The course is designed for engineers new to the field of vibration testing, but also acts as a useful refresher for more experienced users. This course has an optional third day of training called Vibration Hands-on Practical, which covers the LDS Laser USB Controller for sine, random, shock and mixed-mode testing.

During April, the company will run its Acoustic & Vibration Introduction for Design & Test Engineers course. Designed for industrial engineers looking to learn about the basic concepts important for airborne and structure-borne noise and vibration in machinery, this three-day course provides attendees with an understanding of the basic principles, enables them to distinguish the different aspects of noise and vibration generation and transmission and then apply these principles in practice.

Brüel & Kjær also provides free, online training sessions called webinars, run by its technical experts. Webinars cover a variety of topics – from general acoustic, environmental and industrial topics to more specialised product training.

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