In structural dynamics of machines, our tasks comprise the following broad spectrum:

  • computational design of foundations for the mounting of machines
  • complex multi-channel synchronous measurements (acceleration, pressure, strain gauges, CAN-data, temperatures etc.) on machines for the identification of vibrational modes in operation or as a data base for
  • model updating in combination or as a complement for an
  • experimental modal analysis and/or a
  • dynamic FE calculation.

All these tools have been most successfully used by our experts over the years, while optimising and further developing them. Being our customer, you will not only benefit from our well-established expertise, but also from the opportunity of seamlessly exchanging all measurement and analysis data between the respective tools.

Machine and vibration diagnosis

Both the reliability and the availability of rotating machines are of utmost importance for cost-efficient production processes in technical plants. Here, critical components must be mentioned, such as the turbines and generators of power plants, gear boxes and electric drives. In this context it is necessary to detect and assess machine damages at an early stage in order to minimize machine downtime.

Our job here? We measure the vibration signatures of rotating machines in detail, carry out temporary or permanent monitoring and give an interpretation of the results. Müller-BBM provides support for the detection of interferences, the evaluation of the severity and finally suggests potential actions.

We support you in a number of ways to find solutions for machine-dynamic issues and problems using our broad-based expert knowledge in a variety of business fields.

Our team members are skilled in e.g. mechanical engineering, physics, electrical engineering, civil engineering or geology. Depending on the task at hand numerical, analytical and measurement tools are used – individually or complementing each other.

We regularly offer seminars on modal analysis and model updating for continued professional training of your staff.  

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