Syllabus-ET2544-Experimental Modal Analysis

Main Uddin-Al-Hasan
Main Uddin-Al-HasanElectrical Engineer and Professional Programmer en AHIIRO Systems
Blekinge Institute of Technology
Department of Applied Signal Processing
COURSE SYLLABUS
Experimentell modalanalys
Experimental Modal Analysis
7,5 ECTS credit points (7,5 högskolepoäng)
Course code: ET2544
Educational level: Advanced level
Course level: A1F
Field of education: Technology
Subject group: Electrical Engineering
Subject area: Electrical Engineering
Version: 9
Applies from: 2013-07-01
Approved: 2013-04-30
Replaces course syllabus approved: 2012-02-14
1 Course title and credit points
The course is titled Experimental Modal
Analysis/Experimentell modalanalys and awards 7,5
ECTS credits. One credit point (högskolepoäng)
corresponds to one credit point in the European
Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
2 Decision and approval
This course is established by Department for
Electrical Engineering 2013-04-30. The course
syllabus was revised by School of Engineering and
applies from 2013-07-01.
Reg.no: BTH 4.1.1-0318-2013.
The course replaces ET2528.
3 Objectives
The course shall provide knowledge and proficiency
of fundamental methods and tools for
characterization of mechanical structures, including
experimental modal analysis and system simulation.
4 Content
· Single and multiple degrees of freedom systems
· The modal concept in analytical and matrix
formulation
· Damping models
· Modal parameters and Frequency Response
Function connection
· Practical aspects on Frequency Response Function
measurements
· Modal parameter extraction
· Multiple references
· Structural modification, Substructure coupling
· Correlation with Finite Element Analysis
5 Aims and learning outcomes
On completion of the course the student will be able
to:
•specify an experimental modal analysis on
mechanical structures.
•perform experimental modal analysis on
page 1
mechanical structures, including selection and
mounting of transducers, selection and mounting of
an exciter, data acquisition and parameter
extraction.
•perform simulations of mechanical systems using
parameters from numerical models and/or
experiments, for example concerning influence from
applied loads and/or simple structural changes.
•use modern software for structural mechanics,
including modal parameter extraction, structural
modification and correlation with Finite Element
Analysis.
6 Generic skills
The following generic skills are trained in the
course:
•Capacity for analysis and synthesis
•Capacity for applying knowledge in practice
•Problem solving
•Academic writing
7 Learning and teaching
The teaching consists of lectures and projectwork.In
order to further explain the theory and it´s
applications there is a compulsory project task. The
project work is compulsory and must be carried in
groups. A written report to account for the work
forms part of the project task.
8 Assessment and grading
Examination of the course
-------------------------------------------------
Code Module Credit Grade
-------------------------------------------------
Written exam[1] 3.5 ECTS A-F
Project 3 ECTS G-U
Assignment 1 ECTS G-U
-------------------------------------------------
1 Determines the final grade for the course, which
will only be issued when all components have been
approved.
The course will be graded A Excellent, B Very good,
C Good, D Satisfactory, E Sufficient, FX Insufficient,
supplementation required, F Fail.The examination is
done through a written exam together with a report
of the compulsory project work assignments. For a
final grade of the course, the grade of Pass is
required for the project part. The final grade will be
the same as the examination grade.
If grade FX are given, the student may after
consultation with the course coordinator / examiner
get an opportunity to within 6 weeks complement to
grade E for the specific course element.
9 Course evaluation
The course coordinator is responsible for
systematically gathering feedback from the students
in course evaluations and making sure that the
results of these feed back into the development of
the course.
10 Prerequisites
Required cours for admission to this course:
ET2529 Sound and Vibration Analysis, 7,5 credit
points.
11 Field of education and subject area
The course is part of the field of education and is
included in the subject area Electrical Engineering.
12 Restrictions regarding degree
The course cannot form part of a degree with
another course, the content of which completely or
partly corresponds with the contents of this course.
13 Additional information
In addition to the prerequisites for the course it is
recommended to haven the course Signal Processing
II, ET1303 or the equivalent.
The course can also be included in the Mechanical
Engineering field.
14 Course literature and other teaching material
Brandt, A. (2011) Noise and Vibration Analysis,
Wiley ISBN 978-0-470-74644-8
s
page 2

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Syllabus-ET2544-Experimental Modal Analysis

  • 1. Blekinge Institute of Technology Department of Applied Signal Processing COURSE SYLLABUS Experimentell modalanalys Experimental Modal Analysis 7,5 ECTS credit points (7,5 högskolepoäng) Course code: ET2544 Educational level: Advanced level Course level: A1F Field of education: Technology Subject group: Electrical Engineering Subject area: Electrical Engineering Version: 9 Applies from: 2013-07-01 Approved: 2013-04-30 Replaces course syllabus approved: 2012-02-14 1 Course title and credit points The course is titled Experimental Modal Analysis/Experimentell modalanalys and awards 7,5 ECTS credits. One credit point (högskolepoäng) corresponds to one credit point in the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). 2 Decision and approval This course is established by Department for Electrical Engineering 2013-04-30. The course syllabus was revised by School of Engineering and applies from 2013-07-01. Reg.no: BTH 4.1.1-0318-2013. The course replaces ET2528. 3 Objectives The course shall provide knowledge and proficiency of fundamental methods and tools for characterization of mechanical structures, including experimental modal analysis and system simulation. 4 Content · Single and multiple degrees of freedom systems · The modal concept in analytical and matrix formulation · Damping models · Modal parameters and Frequency Response Function connection · Practical aspects on Frequency Response Function measurements · Modal parameter extraction · Multiple references · Structural modification, Substructure coupling · Correlation with Finite Element Analysis 5 Aims and learning outcomes On completion of the course the student will be able to: •specify an experimental modal analysis on mechanical structures. •perform experimental modal analysis on page 1 mechanical structures, including selection and mounting of transducers, selection and mounting of an exciter, data acquisition and parameter extraction. •perform simulations of mechanical systems using parameters from numerical models and/or experiments, for example concerning influence from applied loads and/or simple structural changes. •use modern software for structural mechanics, including modal parameter extraction, structural modification and correlation with Finite Element Analysis. 6 Generic skills The following generic skills are trained in the course: •Capacity for analysis and synthesis •Capacity for applying knowledge in practice •Problem solving •Academic writing 7 Learning and teaching The teaching consists of lectures and projectwork.In order to further explain the theory and it´s applications there is a compulsory project task. The project work is compulsory and must be carried in groups. A written report to account for the work forms part of the project task. 8 Assessment and grading Examination of the course ------------------------------------------------- Code Module Credit Grade ------------------------------------------------- Written exam[1] 3.5 ECTS A-F Project 3 ECTS G-U Assignment 1 ECTS G-U ------------------------------------------------- 1 Determines the final grade for the course, which will only be issued when all components have been approved. The course will be graded A Excellent, B Very good, C Good, D Satisfactory, E Sufficient, FX Insufficient,
  • 2. supplementation required, F Fail.The examination is done through a written exam together with a report of the compulsory project work assignments. For a final grade of the course, the grade of Pass is required for the project part. The final grade will be the same as the examination grade. If grade FX are given, the student may after consultation with the course coordinator / examiner get an opportunity to within 6 weeks complement to grade E for the specific course element. 9 Course evaluation The course coordinator is responsible for systematically gathering feedback from the students in course evaluations and making sure that the results of these feed back into the development of the course. 10 Prerequisites Required cours for admission to this course: ET2529 Sound and Vibration Analysis, 7,5 credit points. 11 Field of education and subject area The course is part of the field of education and is included in the subject area Electrical Engineering. 12 Restrictions regarding degree The course cannot form part of a degree with another course, the content of which completely or partly corresponds with the contents of this course. 13 Additional information In addition to the prerequisites for the course it is recommended to haven the course Signal Processing II, ET1303 or the equivalent. The course can also be included in the Mechanical Engineering field. 14 Course literature and other teaching material Brandt, A. (2011) Noise and Vibration Analysis, Wiley ISBN 978-0-470-74644-8 s page 2