Test and measurement specialist, HBK will present a combination of their latest tools from Brüel & Kjær, HBM and Prenscia at the Engineering Society’s (EIS) annual Instrumentation exhibition.
The company’s technical experts will be on hand throughout the show - taking place on 31st March at Silverstone - exhibiting tools such as HBM’s latest Power Analyser for motor mapping and efficiency analysis. Since next generation vehicles need to offer substantial increases in efficiency, it is essential for every powertrain system to be precisely analysed and extensively tested in many different use cases. HBM’s Electric Power Analysis tool set provides essential aspects, optimising all single components from electric drive, drivetrain, battery or fuel cell to the overall drivetrain in dyno test facilities simulating real driving and load scenarios. The company will also showcase its transducers designed for measuring torque, force, pressure, strain, displacement and weight.
Brüel & Kjær will be demonstrating its user-centric, sound and vibration analysis software, BK Connect. Created around the needs and tasks of engineers - particularly their workflow, the BK Connect platform is suitable for use across many different industries such as aerospace, automotive and medical. BK Connect fully integrates with Brüel & Kjær’s industry‐leading LAN‐XI acquisition hardware, to provide a comprehensive set of tools for measurements and data processing. It melds seamlessly into tailored workflows, over a wide range of engineering scenarios; from repetitive, standardised testing, to complex troubleshooting investigations.
Prenscia will showcase its comprehensive set of post-processing tools designed for quickly transforming data into decisions. Its range of nCode software delivers solutions for general signal processing and durability analysis, CAE-based fatigue analysis, vibration and acoustic analysis, data management, and reporting help engineers understand product performance, accelerate product development and improve design.
The EIS’s 2020 exhibition will be held on Tuesday 31st March at Silverstone in the Silverstone Wing. Find out more about EIS Instrumentation at: www.e-i-s.org.uk