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Principles of Acoustics Course 22-23 April 2004 Recommended for all users of sound level analyser and spectrum analysers equipment such as 1/3 octave analysers who wish to acquire a basic understanding of acoustic and measurement principles for a variety of applications, including noise abatement, product labelling and building acoustics. Programme: * Definitions of sound and introduction of the decibel scale * The human perception of sound and noise and weighting curves * Frequency of sound in relation to human hearing and noise control * Basic sound measurement techniques & the use of sound level meters * Introduction to environmental noise measurements * Introduction to sound level measurements for product labelling * Introduction to room and hall acoustics * A preview of advanced measurement techniques & their special applications * Introduction to methods for analysing the frequency of sound How to mount Accelerometers correctly to make sense of your Analysis Results 18-19 May 2004 Find out how to select and mount accelerometers correctly for a wide variety of industrial, research and R&D applications. With an accent on identifying and eradicating common mistakes and misconceptions often encountered in vibration measurements. Day 1: Accelerometer technologies, selection criteria, mounting techniques, error sources, smart transducers, signal conditioning Day 2: Basics of vibration measurements, principles and practical application of frequency analysis, difference between acceleration, velocity and displacement using examples, plus much more. Frequency Analysis Course 20-21 May 2004 This course aims to show users how to get the most out of the Frequency Analyser on this comprehensive 2 day course, whether they work in industry, development, research, education or consultancy. All participants will work through the basics of frequency analysis during a number of concise, easy to understand presentations, together with practical demonstrations on their own analyser (any brand). Programme: * Noise and vibration spectrum interpretation * FFT analysis and real-time third octave analysis * Setting up and trouble shooting FFT analysers Using hanning and other windowing functions correctly, explaining harmonics, orders and partials. __________________________________________________ For more information, please contact :- Bruel & Kjaer UK Ltd. Bedford House, Rutherford, Close, Stevenage, Herts. SG1 2ND. UK Tel: +44(0) 1438 739000, Fax: +44(0) 1438 739099 E-mail: Website: January 2004
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