New Shock Response Spectrum Module
For Immediate Release
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DSP Development Corporation Announces New SRS Module
Easy to use Shock Response Spectrum Module offers multiple industry accepted
Newton, MA June 1, 2005
DSP Development Corporation is pleased to announce the release of
DADiSP/SRS (Shock Response Spectrum), an add-on module to the
popular engineering spreadsheet package, DADiSP. DADiSP/SRS is a
menu driven module designed for the analysis of the Shock Response
Shock Response Spectrum Analysis is a useful tool in minimizing the
potential damage to a component due to shock. This analysis is
employed in industries such as Aerospace Engineering, Automotive
Engineering, Department of Defense and Ordnance Evaluation.
Given acceleration time history data, the SRS module allows the
user to choose the method, such as Smallwood, Bilinear Transform or
Impulse Invariant, in which the corresponding shock response
spectrum is calculated. Other options include Linear, Fractional
(1/N) or Whole Octave natural frequency spacing and Damping Ratio/Q
The DADiSP/SRS Module is available for use with DADiSP/2002
operating under Windows 9x, 2000, NT and XP systems. It can be
purchased directly from DSP Development Corporation for $495.00 and
is currently available for general release.
Founded in 1984, DSP Development Corporation creates and markets
graphical data analysis, acquisition, and scientific visualization
software for scientists and engineers in diverse technical fields,
such as automation, data acquisition, real-time process control,
image processing, digital signal processing, computer-aided
engineering, and computer-aided testing.
- Analysis algorithms include Impulse Invariant, Ramp Invariant (Smallwood) and Bilinear Transform which
match the Impulse Response, Ramp Response and Frequency Response
- Frequency Spacing options include Linear, Fractional (1/N) and Whole Octave spaced natural frequencies
(user defined frequency range).
- Damping Ratio/Q Factor.