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Overview

Do you really know how your turbine blades are performing?

Considering structural analysis on your rotor blades?

Then the latest Prosig Turbine Blade Resonance Test System is just what you’ve been looking for.

When an unexpected failure occurs the effects can be wide ranging. In extreme cases, they can even be catastrophic.

Maintenance staff focused on repairing and returning machines to service may not address the fundamental cause of a failure. This leads to repeated failures and ongoing poor reliability.

Ask yourself – what are these blades really doing?

You can go one step further and visualise the deflection of the rotors using the Prosig Structural Animation package.

The Prosig software leads you through the test and takes care of the complex issues such as windowing, frequency range and so on. What’s more the automated peak picking algorithm will find the modes automatically for you. Exporting test results to Word or Excel for FEA validation is all included.

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Do you really know how your turbine blades are performing?

Package includes

  • P8004 Measurement System
  • DATS Hammer Impact Software
  • DATS Structural Animation Software (optional)
  • Instrumented Hammer (optional)
  • Accelerometer(s) (optional)

Features

  • Frequency Response Functions
  • Structural Response Measurements
  • Double Impact Detection
  • Accept/Reject by User
  • Automatic Averaging

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Related Blog Posts

  • What Is Hammer Impact Testing – Blog Post Blog Post

    This is often also known as Modal Testing. It is a method of testing that allows us to calculate the natural frequencies (modes), modal masses, modal damping ratios and mode shapes of a test structure.

    What Is Hammer Impact Testing – Blog Post
  • How Do I Calibrate An Impact Hammer? Blog Post

    The intention of this article is to introduce new users to hammer impact testing and remind seasoned technicians of how to calibrate an impact hammer and verify the calibration of an instrumented impact hammer (excitation transducer) and an accelerometer (response transducer) pair.

    How Do I Calibrate An Impact Hammer?

Related Case Study

  • Measuring For Success – Case Study

    While contesting the UK Formula Ford 1600cc championship, the Prosig sponsored Dalmeny Racing Formula Ford Team suffered several minor structural failures on a particular part of an exhaust pipe mount. A P8020 and Prosig’s DATS software were used to investigate further.

    Read more

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