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IMAC Conference 2020

VIBES around the world IMAC Conference 2020 Last week, vibration analysts and test engineers from around the world gathered in Houston for the 38th edition of the International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC). This year VIBES’ Maarten van der Seijs and Julie Harvie, IMAC veterans, attended the conference to share their research on source characterization and [...]

Seminars on VIBES’ methodology in Japan

VIBES around the world Seminars on VIBES’ methodology in Japan In January 2020, Eric Pasma (VIBES’ business developer) and Dennis the Klerk (VIBES’ advisor) visited Japan to give seminars on VIBES’ methodology comprising of component based TPA and experimental substructuring. The seminars were co-organized with VIBES’ partner TOYO Corporation and took place in TOYO’s branch [...]

Introducing the VIBES Munich Team

Introducing the VIBES Munich Team With lots of exciting projects and developments going on, VIBES has needed to expand both our team and our facilities to keep up with the growing interest in modular technologies for NVH. Last month, we opened a second office in Munich to better serve our local customers within the region. [...]

VIBES office in Munich

VIBES office in Munich   VIBES is expanding! To better serve our customers and be present in the heart of the German automotive industry, we have opened a new office in Munich. From the Tech Centre Gate Garchinger our engineering & sales team will be the point of contact for our existing German and Austrian […]

New technology and software for blocked forces 

New technology and software for blocked forces is actively informing the NVH world, at various renowned conferences, on source characterization, TPA and applications to measure blocked forces and FRFs. This article gives an insight in the latest presentations and papers and gives a sneak-preview of our newest software application: SOURCE. Blocked Forces and source [...]

IMAC Conference 2019

Happy IMAC! It’s not just modal anymore The 37th International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) was held in Orlando, Florida during the last week of January. IMAC is one of the premier conferences in the structural dynamics community and gives VIBES the opportunity to showcase our latest R&D efforts. VIBES has been a regular participant at […]

IMAC and upcoming launch

IMAC and upcoming launch This year has started full speed for VIBES, with the upcoming release of our DIRAC software and the IMAC Conference. At the International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) VIBES is represented by Maarten van der Seijs and Julie Harvie. First thing Monday morning (28 January – Dynamic Substructures Session), Maarten provides a […]

Vibrations are all around us!

Vibrations are all around us... and here’s what they mean for excavators NVH (noise, vibration and harshness) comfort is surely essential in the passenger car segment, but also concerns a much broader industry. In fact, whenever people are asked where they would be most bothered by sound and vibration discomfort, examples of in-flight noise from [...]

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  • 19 December 2018
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VIBES.Technology goes French

VIBES.Technology goes French On 17 and 18 October the 10th edition of the “SIA-CTTM Automotive NVH Comfort” took place in Le Mans. Le Mans and this conference are important for NVH in the French automotive industry, including OEMs and suppliers, such as PSA Peugeot Citroën, Daimler and Renault. On behalf of, Daniël van den Bosch was [...]

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  • 25 October 2018
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Conference papers presented at IMAC XXXV

Conference papers presented at IMAC XXXV Our team participated at the 35th International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC XXXV), held in Los Angeles (CA) from 30 Jan. to 2 Feb. 2017. Three scientific papers were presented, two of which are made available here: Conference Paper: A benchmark structure for validation of Experimental Substructuring, Transfer Path Analysis [...]

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  • 5 February 2017
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