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Vibration Isolation Using ISOMAG 2.0

03/21/2017 5:15 AM

Hello,

I wish to study a case of vibrations transmission generated by constate frequency excitation compressor, so one of my collegues sugested to me ISOMAG 2.0, a free software that i don't have any knowledge about it, i searched for tutorials about this software and nothing, it looks like no one uses it,so i wish to know if there is someone who has ever used.

Myu best regards.

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03/21/2017 6:58 AM

I have never used it, but found this.

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03/22/2017 10:01 AM

thank you JPool, i found it really intresting :)

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03/24/2017 3:50 PM

I am giving you a G.A. because you took the time to reply to my answer and thank me for it. I wish more people did that and not just disappear after asking the initial question. We would be a less sarcastic bunch for sure.

You are very welcome.

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03/27/2017 5:35 AM

JPOOl thanks man, that's the least i can do, and yes i know the felling when you answer a question and then the guy just disapears

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03/21/2017 11:27 AM

Oh, come on. Go back to the colleague that suggested it and ask there. How on earth would this individual know if (s)he had not already used it (rhetorical question - NNTR)?

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03/22/2017 4:23 PM

OH come on - did you read what JPool sent him? Did you happen to skip over reviewing the link? ISOMAG 2.0 baby!

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03/22/2017 5:39 AM

It is easily found on the web and it is Windows based. 10 Second search and Hey Presto!

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