LMS Announces Free Off-Highway Web Seminar

LMS announces a free web seminar focussing on Off-highway vehicle engineering for optimal noise, vibration & durability performance. The webseminar will take place on Tuesday 25th September at 10:00am Central European Time Program The web seminar consists of three sections, all of which explain how engineers from LMS have successfully optimized the noise, vibration, and durability performance of off-highway vehicles and components for various customers. The first section shows how LMS engineers use pure test methods to diagnose and resolve noise issues. The second section presents how LMS engineers integrated both simulation and measurement techniques to troubleshoot and recommend solutions aimed at reducing radiated noise from a John Deere skid-steer used at residential construction sites. The third section demonstrates how 1D and 3D simulation techniques are used to ensure an optimal hyraulic system layout for an excavator while also ensuring its booms withstand typical operating loads over many cycles. Who should attend? Manufacturers of both tracked and wheeled off-highway vehicles for agriculture, construction, material handling, mining, military, and sport purposes as well as off-highway equipment suppliers of hydraulic actuators, engines and suspensions What attendees will learn? Techniques to develop hydraulic actuated mechanisms for optimal durability performance The methodologies and techniques presented illustrate how LMS engineers have applied a variety of test and simulation technologies on behalf of customer troubleshooting and development needs for off-highway applications Methodologies employed by LMS for troubleshooting and solving noise and Vibration problems during operation of offhighway vehicles How to register? Register online: http://www.lmsintl.com/Off-highway-Vehicle-Engineering-for-Optimal-Noise-Vibration-and-Durability-Performance-250907-10AM For a list of free LMS Webseminars go to: http://www.lmsintl.com/webseminars


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