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Universal Vibrations Simulator
(MV - 004)

1 Frame 2 Pendulum with metallic rod 3 Steel ball 4 Beam fixation. 5 Damper fixation. 6 Trifillar hanger. 7 Spring module.

  • Investigating pendulum oscillation
  • Investigating spring-mass systems
  • Investigating natural and forced oscillation
  • Investigating damped oscillation
  • Investigating beam oscillation
  • Investigating mass systems and absorber effect
  • Gravity pendulum
    • length: up to 2000mm
    • nylon rope
  • Rigid Beam dimensions: 700x25x12mm
  • Tension-pressure springs 0.75N/mm
    • 1.5N/mm
    • 3.0N/mm
  • Imbalance exciter
    • 0 to 50Hz
  • Oil damper: 5 to 15Ns/m
  • Absorber
    • leaf spring: 20x1.5mm
    • total mass: approx. 1.1kg
    • tunable: 5 to 50Hz
  • 230V, 50Hz, 1 phase
  • 230V, 60Hz, 1 phase; 120V, 60Hz, 1 phase
  • Universal Vibrations Simulator (MV - 004)
  • Hard copy user manual

The Vibrations Trainer (MV – 004) is designed to investigate important topics associated with mechanical vibrations which are Pendulum oscillation, Spring-mass systems, Natural and forced oscillation, Damped oscillation, Beam oscillation, 2-mass systems and absorber effects.

  • The unit consists of spring mass system, beam oscillators, springs, exciter, damper, mechanical contact with a micrometer, control unit.
  • the trainer is provided with bifillar and trifillar modules to demonstrate various experiments for different types of pendulums.
  • The exciter is used to generate imbalance electrically.
  • the trainer is made of strudy frame and aluiminum bars with groove 10 mm to assemble the modules easily.
  • The spring mass system consists of a spring mount with adjusted height, mass holder for additional weights, guides to prevent pendulum movement of the weights, helical spring, various masses and depth gauge.
  • The depth gauge is used to measure deflections.
  • The unit has beam oscillator which isa rigid beam and flexible beam for investigating torsional oscillations.
  • The rigid beams have a system of holes which is used to attach springs, exciter and a damper.
  • the software is used for recording oscillation process against time.
  • the trainer is provided with sensor to detect amplitude variation of vibration signal and software record these data against time.
  • The sensor mounted on the trainer with the exciter unit is used to determine phase and amplitude with forced oscillations.
  • The unit is made of strudy frame to enable perfect isolation of any external vibration
  • Bearings and mass disks are clamped to positions on the torsion bars using clamping chucks to produce free torsional vibrations and to study the effects of torsional stiffness, mass and damping on frequency and amplitude.
  • The trainer is provided with bifilar and trifilar pendulum also to illustrate various topic of vibrations
  • The control panel acts as the interface for the trainer.