Structural Vibration Solutions Operational Modal Analysis Software
Structural Vibration Solution A/S is a world-renowned supplier and developer of the software for Operational Modal Analysis.
The software is used by mechanical engineers for Modal Analysis of Operating Machinery such as engines, gas and steam turbines, wind turbines and drive trains in rotating machinery in general. Our patented software products are unsurpassed in the world.
Our customers include Siemens AG Energy Sector Fossil Power Generation Division, Siemens Wind Power, Vestas Wind Systems, GE Oil and Gas, Ramboll Oil and Gas, Prolec, Aibel AS, Bureau Veritas and MARIN.
Operational Modal Analysis – ARTeMIS Modal
Ambient Response Testing and Modal Identification software (ARTeMIS) is the most powerful and versatile tool for Operational Modal Analysis on the market today. Its ability to produce validated modal parameter estimates, based on parallel analysis of up to seven different analysis techniques, makes it the natural choice in mission critical applications.
The unique Crystal Clear Stochastic Subspace Identification (CC-SSI) techniques enableengineers to estimate the mode shapes, natural frequencies and damping ratios, directly from the raw measured time series data of structures under operating conditions.
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Free 30-day Demo Version Available
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Solving Vibration Issues with ARTeMIS Modal
ARTeMIS Modal helps our customers to determine and solve vibration issues in the vast number of cases where the excitation cannot be measured or controlled.
The software is used by engineers worldwide for Operating Deflection Shapes (ODS) and OMA of all kinds of structures:
- Operating machinery or other mechanical structures with or without rotating components.
- Large structures like offshore platforms, dams and grinding mills in the mining industry.
- Structures with rotating components such as wind turbines, streamturbines, engines and gas compressors.
- Maritime structures like ships and submarines.
- Automotive, trucks, trains and vehicles and sub parts systems.
- Aerospace structures such as launch vehicles and aircrafts.
Challenged by Harmonics?
With ARTeMIS Modal you can get fast and accurate modal parameters from rotating machinery under operating conditions.
The presence of rotating components ‘harmonics’ in the data, can be difficult to work with. In many applications where rotating machinery is present in the structure being tested, it has been necessary to turn off the operation while doing the classical modal analysis (EMA) or it has been necessary to rely on the use of operating deflection shapes (ODS).
However, ARTeMIS Modal is born with the ability to handle harmonics from rotating components and can therefore analyse measurements obtained under the actual running conditions.
Structural Vibration Solution A/S was founded 1st of March 1999 as a spin-off company from Aalborg University in Denmark.
We are focused on the mission to be the leading provider of Operational Modal Analysis solution in the world and to follow our vision to develop Structural Vibration Solutions that every engineer can use.
Products and Services
Structural Vibration Solutions has announced the launch of its plugin for experimental modal analysis (EMA), which works with all versions of ARTEMIS Modal (basic, standard, pro).Read more
Structural Vibration Solutions is attending ISMA 2018 in Leuven, Belgium, from 17-19 September.Read more
Structural Vibration Solutions is exhibiting at the 16th European Conference on Earthquake Engineering (16ECEE), which is due to take place in Thessaloniki, Greece, on 18-21 June 2018.Read more
Structural Vibration Solutions is attending Baudynamik 2018, which is taking place on 17-18 April at the Maritim Hotel Würzburg, Würzburg, Germany.Read more
The occurrence of rotating components ‘harmonics’ has been difficult to handle for years and in applications where rotating machinery is present in the structure being tested, it has been essential to turn off the rotating machinery while carrying out the modal analysis, or it has been necessary to depend on the use of operating deflection shapes (ODS) analysis.Read more
Structural Vibrations has introduced the ARTeMIS Modal 6.0, which is a new module for Experimental Modal Analysis (EMA) due for release in the second quarter of this year.Read more