Torsional vibrations are often undetected, although they cause considerable problems such as material fatigue. In order to detect torsional vibrations, specialized measurement technology and experienced consulting are key.
Measure Torsional Vibrations
Torsional vibrations disrupt a smooth workflow and must be detected and analyzed at an early stage - regardless of whether they occur in gas turbines or combustion engines. We have compiled a list of what is important and which questions need to be clarified when measuring torsional vibrations.
The new laser tachometer IfTA LMM2 (Laser Measurement Module) is a fiber-optic sensor that can be used in combination with an IfTA measurement system. It allows for non-contact and high-precision measurement of rotational speed, angular velocity and vibration angle on rotors and shafts.
The dual-channel input module IfTA AT2 records impuls signals quickly and precisely, enabling accurate measurement of the amplitudes of torsional vibrations. The new laser tachometer IfTA LMM2 is an ideal combination with the timer module IfTA AT2. Timer module IfTA AT2...
Sensor + Test Review
Missed our trade show appearance? No problem - Dr. Widhopf-Fenk has recorded his presentation of IfTA hard- and software, with a special focus on our IfTA TrendViewer analysis software, so that you can watch it whenever you want.