I’m blessed with good health and a supportive family, and greatly enjoy my business and professional activities. Helping adults learn (about vibration and shock measurement and testing, in my case) is fun. May I help you (or someone you know) to learn about these subjects? We’ll both enjoy the experience.
Steve Brenner has been working in the field of environmental simulation and reliability testing for over 30 years. Commencing about 20 years ago, he became an independent consultant, and is one of ERI’s most sought-after teachers of short courses.
We’re watching an electronic card that is being multiaxis randomly (all frequencies simultaneously) vibrated. It’s receiving much the same input as if it were aboard a powered-flight rocket or other vehicle. You can see the various parts of this assembly moving relative to other parts. Failure is likely. We’d rather have failure occur here, in the lab, than in service.
ERI greatly appreciates Qualmark sharing this video. Excitation here was from numerous Qualmark pneumatic hammers. Similar responses are seen when such hardware is excited by multiple electrohydraulic (EH) or electrodynamic (ED) shakers.