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October 1, 2012

Software simulates vibrations to keep machinery healthy

In order to detect unexpected torsional and lateral vibrations in mechanical drive systems, computer simulation is crucial to determine the dynamic behavior of rotating machinery. This company offers a new, revised software package to simulate both torsional and lateral vibrations while also considering nonlinear characteristics (such as high-elastic coupling elements, gear couplings and backlash in gear stages), steady state and also time-transient conditions. A software package for a comprehensive rotordynamic analysis, including fluid-film bearings (photo), is also available and integrated into the rotordynamic analysis simulation system ARMD 5.7 G2. — ARLA Maschinentechnik GmbH, Wipperfuerth, Germany

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