Vibration measurements

Vibration measurements in the UK

Vibration measurements are frequently the sole method to detect and prevent any damage to structures, machinery, or even human health. Understanding the various indicators used in measuring vibration is complicated, but it’s essential to comprehend how RMS and PEAK values are calculated based on distinct vibrational velocity and acceleration signals.

The second part of the Academy covers the following topics:

  • hand-arm and whole-body vibration and vibration exposure following ISO standards
  • building and ground vibrations monitoring following DIN and BS standards
  • machine vibration measurements following ISO standards

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