ARTeMIS Modal Pro v8.0


ARTeMIS Modal Pro v8.0.0.0

This is the basic version of ARTeMIS Modal having a frequency domain method for Operational Modal Analysis, and optionally direct data acquisition support and frequency domain methods for Experimental Modal Analysis. It is the software that allows you to get both modal analysis and operating deflection shapes analysis at a favorable entry price. The software includes setup tasks allowing you to create a project from scratch. There is a geometry generator where test geometries can be made in an object oriented manner, or you can upload gerometries into the software from various popular file formats. Measurements for Operational Modal Analysis and Operating Defection Shapes analysis can be loaded from more than 20 different file formats. Measurements channels can be assigned to the right geometry nodes and directions using drag and drop features. The software has a variety of built-in signal processing tools that can be used to enhance the performance of the analysis methods. In the basic version there are tools for detrending, decimation and filtering of the raw data as well as spectral density estimation. There is alsp an automatic selection of the so-called projection channels for more effective processing. The basic version has the effective Frequency Domain Decomposition (FDD) method for Operational Modal Analysis. There are various validation features available, such as mode shape animation and the Modal Assurance Criterion. In addition, it has time and frequency domain Operating Deflection Shapes analysis. It also comes with a built-in report generator which allow you to produce predefined reports in Microsoft Word and Microsoft Power Point. The basic version seamlessly integrates with the Direct Hardware Control, and Experimental Modal Analysis plugins. This opens up for direct measurements for Operational Modal Analysis as well as e.g. direct impact testing for Experimental Modal Analysis.

Standard is the mid-size version of ARTeMIS Modal that, besides all the tasks and features of the basic version, also includes additional frequency domain methods for Operational Modal Analysis and more validation features. This version includes signal processing for detection of harmonic peaks in the spectrum. Harmonic peaks are caused by the presence of rotating components during measurements of a structure. During operational modal analysis of rotating machinery, it is important to be able to distinguish peaks of structural modes from peaks caused by the excitation. Two additional Frequency Domain Decomposition methods are available, that can estimate mode shapes and natural frequencies with more accuracy. On top, these methods also provide an estimate of the damping ratios. Modal parameters from the three built-in modal estimators can be validated against each other in a special designed validation task. In addition, modes obtained from external tools can be imported through Universal File Format and validated against internally produced results. The Standard version seamlessly integrates with the Direct Hardware Control and Experimental Modal Analysis plugins.