MEscope Training Videos
MEscope Training Videos are an archive of WebEx courses and YouTube videos offered to MEscope customers and those that are interested in MEscope. All videos are unlocked for MEscope customers with a registered product license, and cover a wide range of topics, including Modal Analysis, Operational Deflection Shapes, Operational Modal Analysis, FEA Modal Updating, Structural Dynamics Modification, 3D model creation and setup, and more.
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MEscope 101: Introduction to MEscope
MEscope 201: Advanced Signal Processing
MEscope 301: Modal Analysis
MEscope 401: Advanced Modal Analysis
MEscope Curve Fitting
Learning Lab Videos
MEscope YouTube Training Videos
A brief introduction to the ME’scope Visual Engineering Series, including tools and advanced 3D model and shape animation capabilities.
This video takes you through the three basic steps that are required for animating your shape data in ME’scopeVES: 1) build a geometric model of the test structure, 2) import your data into a Data Block file, and 3) assign measurements in the Data Block to points and directions on the model.
This video demonstrates several different ways for building 3D structure models in ME’scopeVES; 1) using the Drawing Assistant, 2) building a model using Points, Lines, and Surfaces, 3) Extruding a 2D SubStructure into a 3D model, and 4) tracing a 2D profile from a digital photgraph.
This video includes more of the details of animating shapes on a structure model. It covers: 1) measurement coordinates, 2) animation equations, 3) interpolation, and 4) many of the commands in the Animate menu.
This video is an introduction to modal parameter estimation, or curve fitting. It covers the basic steps of curve fitting; 1) count the modes on a mode indicator graph, 2) estimate modal frequency and damping, 3) estimate modal residues, and 4) save the modal parameters into a Shape Table.
This video illustrates the curve fitting capabilities of the Operational Modal Analysis Option in ME’scopeVES. To simulate an OMA, a “round trip” is performed using a modal model. The MIMO Simulator in the Acquisition window is used to “excite” the modal model of the structure with a random force. Acceleration Cross spectra are then “acquired” and curve fit to recover the modes of the modal model.
This tutorial illustrates the capabilities of the Experimental FEA Option in ME’scopeVES. A finite element model is constructed from a PhotoModel on a beam structure. The finite element model is then solved for its analytical modes, and they are compared with the experimental modes of the actual structure.
This tutorial illustrates the capabilities of the FEA Model Updating Option in ME’scopeVES. The FEA model constructed in the Experimental FEA tutorial is used for model updated. The thickness of the vertical plate in the model is updated so that its analytical modes more closely match the experimental modes of the structure.
This video illustrates the use of some of the advanced drawing capabilities in ME’scopeVES for creating 3D models. In it you will learn how to 1) download a model from the Vibrant Internet model store, 2) create part profiles from machine drawings, and 3) create 3D machine parts from 2D profiles.
Using a Dytran impact hammer and tri-axial accelerometer, the modes of a simple I-beam are determined and animated using ME’scopeVES.
Video showing how ME’scopeVES animates Experimentally Derived Structural Resonances using 3D/PhotoRealistic Models
Experimental Modal Analysis and animation of a PhotoRealistic model of a violin using ME’scopeVES.
Animation of a PhotoRealistic BMW Gearbox Housing model using data acquired with a Polytec Laser measurement system in ME’scopeVES