A new, high-tech tool is helping BMW AG get rid of undesirable vibrations and rattles that can lead to metal fatigue and potentially catastrophic destruction of components. Working with two Belgian companies, under Europe’s EUREKA program, a pan-European industry research and development initiative, the partners developed an innovative system for measuring how car body panels vibrate. Combining conventional vibration measurement with state-of-the-art holographic ...
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