15 February 2022
4 February 2022
SOURCE version 1.5 brings new functionalities for order analysis, operational consistency, and several improvements to graphing.
Support for order cuts
Next to order spectra, SOURCE now supports single order cuts as well. Typically, single order cuts are created by processing a time measurement with a specified RPM channel, e.g. in Müller-BBM PAK or Siemens TestLab. SOURCE imports these order cuts from ATFX files. All cuts belonging to the same measurement are grouped into an “Order Cuts” dataset.
A new unique feature introduced in SOURCE v1.5 is “Operational Consistency”. Operational Consistency can reveal incorrect behavior in the operational measurements, i.e. if there are overloads or strange physical (non-linear) phenomena. It furthermore indicates whether the sensors are consistent with one another: no sensors have been moved or gotten loose. It does so by evaluating the consistency through Virtual Point Transformation of the response data. This needs geometrical data, i.e. the location and direction of the response channels, to be set correctly.
The most convenient way to use Operational Consistency in SOURCE:
Improved data import & automatic channel mapping
UFF export of operational data
UFF export is now available for any time or spectral dataset. All selected datasets are written into one *.UFF file.
The graphing functionality of SOURCE 1.5 has been substantially improved.
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