A new testing room is now open at OROS. This room is fully dedicated to noise and vibration testing. It is a base for applied training events as well as for client tests. It is equipped, amongst other things, with an anechoic chamber, a rotating machine, a structure assigned to modal testing, an acoustic antenna for holography and special speakers for sound quality testing.
The anechoic chamber
is used for sound power measurements (see images: an eletric driller
under test and Corentin setting up the project)
The latest version of ORBIGate is being tested using the rotating
machine. Measurements are made with an OR36 coupled with accelerometers,
tachometers and proximity probes.
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