Thermal Testing Methods for eMobility Applications
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 10:00 CEST online
Thermal analysis and thermal durability testing are crucial validation steps in development, before releasing a component, an overall powertrain or an electric vehicle to the market.
In this webinar we will guide you through typical overall measurement and testing requirements in this domain, sketching out how a safe overall measurement chain analysing thermal properties can look like.
Recent advancements in the hole-drilling
Tuesday, November 19, 2019 14:00 CEST online
The hole-drilling strain-gage method is a cost-effective technique for residual stress measurements on different materials.
This webinar will introduce some recent and advanced techniques that can extend the method to non-standard applications; furthermore, these techniques can also guarantee a better accuracy in the stress calculation.
Operational Modal Analysis
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 10:00 CEST online
Operational Modal Analysis (OMA) is used instead of Classical Modal Analysis (CMA) for accurate modal parameter identification under actual operating conditions and in situations where it is difficult or impossible to artificially excite the structure.
From originally being developed for modal analysis of large civil engineering structures, OMA is today also widely used for mechanical structures such as vehicles, aircraft, ships and machinery.
How to create your own weighing-application
Wednesday, November 20, 2019 14:00 CEST online
While today’s weighing indicators come with powerful functions and connectivity, it is often quite hard to implement those functions into sophisticated software of scale builders and OEMs.
In this webinar we will give an overview about the capability and requirements, step by step create a simple weighing application using this API and later use this new application to connect to a weighing Indicator in our network via WiFi.
Dynamic Real Time Power Measurements
Friday, November 22, 2019 14:00 CEST online
Advanced and/or hybrid drive trains create extreme requirements on test and measurement. Lots of power channels, mechanical signals and bus signals need to be measured and analysed simultaneously. Learn about an advanced power analysis system mastering these challenges, with easy setup in minutes and real time efficiency map generation.
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