Cranes are used for lifting heavy loads in diverse sectors of industries like construction, manufacturing, shipbuilding, material loading and much more. ZPMC is a multinational Engineering company and is one of the largest manufacturers of cranes in the world today. The present task involved Vibration and Natural Frequency testing on the STS cranes deployed at the Adani Mundra Port, Gujarat.
Centre for Nano Science and Engineering at IISc engaged NV Dynamics to conduct detailed noise and vibration survey at their facilities; the task was intended around assessing the existing levels of noise and vibration exposure to occupants and to determine any critical frequencies that are likely to affect the performance of the installed equipment.
Key equipment and occupant movement in the facility area were mapped and measurement locations were identified for assessments. Seismic grade vibration sensors and high sensitivity omni directional microphone were configured at multiple locations spread over the facility.
Bamboo hotels, in the New Delhi IGI, Aero city area is setting up a large convention centre with multiple conference centre at sub-basement levels. Being in the close proximity of both metro rail and passenger flight operations, the project design team wanted to assess the impact of ground, airborne noise & vibrations on the upcoming activities areas within the project site.
Upon technical deliberations, NV dynamics was assigned to conduct detailed impact study of noise and vibrations; comprehensive test plans were worked-out to identify all the key
Wind Energy / Wind Power is one of the renewable sources of energy that is widely used as an alternative to many non-renewable resources like Fossil fuels; Wind Turbine Generators convert the Kinetic energy in the wind to Mechanical Power and the Generator converts it into Electricity.
Majority of the Wind Turbines consist of 3 turbine blades mounted to the mast/tower. A streamlined enclosure called Nacelle houses the turbine components that includes main shaft, gear box and generator at around 104 meters above the ground.
Airborne Noise, a major output of Aircraft Engines that can exceed 130 dB (threshold of pain) is the prime cause for human discomfort and damage to other exposed structures around its vicinity.
One of the burgeoning International Airports of India is incepting an Aircraft Engine testing facility adjacent to the existing Fuel farm; thus, it is important to assess the impact of Engine Noise (Airborne) and Vibration (groundborne) to its surrounding and in particular to the aircraft fuel storage area upfront.