Next User Training Course
The next user training course will take place in Lisbon, Portugal on May 7-8, 2018.
This 2-day course is for the new as well as experienced users that would like to be updated on Operational Modal Analysis technology as well as the latest features of ARTeMIS Operational Modal Analysis software.
The course will be held on May 7-8, 2018 at Hotel SANA Rex in Lisbon, Portugal. Both days we start at 9.30 and end at 17.00 on the first day and 16.00 on the second. There will be lunch and coffee breaks during the day and free WiFi internet access. The course instructor is Dr. Palle Andersen, CEO at Structural Vibration Solutions A/S.
On day 1, you will get a comprehensive introduction to Operational Modal Analysis technology in general. During this introduction, the differences to the well-known input/output modal analysis will be described. Also the procedures for acquiring high quality measurements will be discussed in detail. We will help each other acquiring good measurements of different demo structures. The introduction is followed by a presentation of the user-friendly Frequency Domain Decomposition (FDD) technique, and we will analyze the acquired measurements as hands-on exercises. Finally, the two other FDD related techniques of ARTeMIS (Enhanced Frequency Domain Decomposition and Curve-fit Frequency Domain Decomposition) are introduced, and we will continue with hands-on exercises using these techniques.
On day 2, you will be introduced to Stochastic Subspace Identification (SSI) and the latest features available in ARTeMIS such as the ARTeMIS Modal Pro Plugins for SHM.
You will get course material as well as a 1-month free demo version of the ARTeMIS Modal Pro which we invite you to install on your own laptop for use during the hands-on exercises of the course.
Attending the course will cost 750 EUR per person. Students get 50% discount.
Please download the registration form and send it by email to Structural Vibration Solutions at email@example.com. We need your registration no later than March 1, 2018.