Tuesday, July 23, 2013

In-helicopter measurements by CONRADT measurement and regulation technologies, Germany

The CONRADT company has been working on the active damping of vibration for around 15 years. This field has a key role to play in building increasingly stiff and light structures, since resonance can occur in materials at any time.

CONRADT has patented a process to accurately adapt damping systems in accordance with the weight and stiffness of structures. At an atomic scale, this process can, for example, stabilize a semiconductor exposure installation, thus replacing several tons of concrete. However, in order to provide appropriate vibration damping, it is obvious that good vibration measurements are absolutely necessary.
Well-founded recommendations and design guidelines to avoid the propagation of vibrations are a further necessity, and a helicopter is a good example of this.
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