Modern construction machinery typically has high levels of efficiency, durability and productivity. The same appliances have to be modifiable for different purposes. This means that particularly exacting demands are placed on the design of construction machinery.
Heavy-duty machinery must also be deployable in environments where space is limited – another factor requiring special attention to the acoustics. Not only must the statutory maximum threshold levels be observed, but sustained development relating to industrial safety and environmental behavior also plays a role.
An overall vibroacoustic Analysis
This means that NVH behavior as a whole should be taken into account in the development of construction machinery. The important questions are:
- Where do sources radiate?
- How are the excitations transmitted around the structure?
- What impact do they have on the environment?
These simple questions can be answered with the help of a versatile, modular and robust measuring system for acoustics and vibrations. This is where the PAK software makes a valuable contribution.