What we do

Our Experts always try to accommodate our Clients' need in the most efficient way.

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IDENTIFICATION

ASSESSMENT

SOLUTION

 We identify the source of vibration using in-situ measurements.  We perform thorough analyses of collected data. Signal processing and analysis provide the insight of your problem.  In league with the most well-respected manufacturers, we provide efficient and cost-effective solutions.

 CRITICAL MEASUREMENTS

 EQUIP YOUR LAB

DyNAMETRICA is able through specialized equipment to provide you with critical values of your coupons, specimens and various mechanisms (natural frequencies, mode shapes etc.)

DyNAMETRICA quantifies your measurement needs and provide insight to equip your lab with the adequate equipment customized for your measurements!

 

Software & Support

DyNAMETRICA is able to develop graphical interfaced software to:

  • Control your Data Acquisition equipment

  • Record and Visualize the measurements

  • Monitor from distance the condition of the structure

The way to do it

In-situ Measurments

We visit your space and quantify the problem. We place specialized sensors to obtain data.

Sensors

Acceleration

Displacement

Electrical Potential

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1D & 3D Accelerometers Laser Doppler Vibrometer Piezopolymer Sensors
Actuators

Impact Force

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Impact Hammer

Data Analysis

We develop specialty designed software for the examined case (Labview, Matlab). We analyze the data and extract conclusions

  • Graphical Interfacing & Coding
  • Simulations and FEA

Assessement

  • We model the problem analyze, it with FE packages
  • We offer you a solution taylored for your needs.

Partnerships

Clients

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Affiliates

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People

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Christoforos Rekatsinas, PhD

Mechanical & Aeronautics Engineer 

Christoforos has extensive experience in Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and Modeling, as well as in experimental measurements with active piezocelectric (ceramic & polymer) and contactless (Laser Doppler Vibrometer) sensors.

During his studies he investigated the dynamic response of large rotor blades. He has long experience with loadcells and accelerometers in the context of his doctoral research and participation to international reserach programs. He is a skilled Matlab user in the areas data and signal processing.

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