Data processing system for acoustics and vibration

  • 13-Apr-2016 05:31 EDT
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The nCode brand of durability, test, and analysis software by HBM introduces nCode VibeSys, a new data processing system designed to help acoustics and vibration engineers ensure that their product meets customer expectations in terms of sound, comfort, and regulatory requirements. In addition to general signal processing, VibeSys provides a range of pre-defined analysis methods for early fault detection in rotating machinery, rating human reactions to sounds and vibrations, and for characterizing the dynamics of a structure. Users can interactively create their own analysis processes and also embed new methods using Python programming language or MATLAB. VibeSys also includes a Vibration Manager, providing users with the ability to enter, edit, and view vibration specification data. VibeSys is designed within the nCode desktop environment and available at the release of nCode 12. For more information, visit http://www.ncode.com/en/.

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