Sound and Vibration Measurement in NVH Testing
imc WAVE - Workstation for Acoustic & Vibration Engineering
imc WAVE is a modular, powerful software platform for noise and vibration analysis (NVH analysis). From acoustic measurements in road tests to structural analyses on the test bench and vibration tests on machines: with different imc WAVE analyzers, you can evaluate a wide range of applications without having to be an expert yourself. In this way, you can also easily and reliably obtain standard-compliant analysis from the fields of sound pressure and sound power analysis, structure analysis as well as vibration analysis on non-rotating and rotating machines. imc WAVE guides you step by step through the settings, from device configuration to calibration and measurement. In the end, you evaluate your data professionally and then receive a report that is ready to print.
The modular software specializes in the following topics.
Measuring sound pressure and sound power with
imc WAVE noise
This is an analyzer to determine the acoustic properties, such as the sound level meter or the sound power level of vehicles, electrical and mechanical machines according to standards
Vibration analysis software for machine vibration analysis and machine diagnosis with
imc WAVE vibration
The software offers simple and reliable vibration measurement and analysis according to standards. Professional evaluation tools for level and FFT signal analysis are available.
Order analysis on rotating machines with
imc WAVE rotation
Our tool for the analysis of vibrations at rotating machines offers beside the speed calculation from pulses, the resampling of the data over the rotation as angle signal and order spectrum.
Structural analysis by impact hammer excitation with
imc WAVE structure
This analyzer can be used to analyze structural dynamic problems in components that lead to noise, fatigue or destruction. You get results like the force-, displacement-, velocity-, acceleration spectrum and the dynamic stiffness as well as compliance, as transfer functions.