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Its industry-leading interactive 3D animation allows you to observe order-related operating deflection shapes from running machinery, resonant vibration and mode shapes from real structures, acoustic shapes, and engineering shapes directly from acquired data.In addition to its photo-realistic interactive animated display, ME’scope VES contains state of the art tools for performing: • FRF-Based Modal Analysis • Operational Modal Analysis • Vibro-Acoustic Analysis • Dynamics Modeling & Simulation • Structural Dynamics Modification • FEA Model Updating An Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) is the simplest way to see how a machine or structure moves during its operation, either at a specific frequency or moment in time.An ODS contains the overall dynamic response of a structure due to forced and resonant vibration.Time-based ODS animation sweeps a cursor through a set of time histories describing motions at multiple points and directions on a test article.It can also extract local modes where the resonant vibration is confined to a local region of the structure.The ME’scope VES Visual Engineering Series of software packages and options makes it easier for you to observe and analyze noise & vibration problems in machinery and structures using either experimental or analytical data.With ME’scope, you can import or directly acquire multi-channel time or frequency data from a machine or structure, and post-process it.With this animation, you can observe resonant vibration as well as order-related and other types of forced vibration.


Each resonance has a specific “natural” or modal frequency, a modal damping or decay value, and a mode shape.

FRF-Based parameter estimation (or curve fitting) is used to estimate the modal parameters of a structure from a set of FRFs.


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