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ATA Engineering Showcases Expertise and Innovations at the 2024 International Modal Analysis Conference

ATA Engineering is exhibiting at the 42nd International Modal Analysis Conference in Orlando, Florida

SAN DIEGO, Calif., January 29, 2024 – This week, ATA Engineering is exhibiting at the 42nd International Modal Analysis Conference (IMAC) taking place in Orlando, Florida. Hosted annually by the Society for Experimental Mechanics (SEM), IMAC has become a cornerstone event for ATA, as we have attended the conference each year since its inception in 1982. Our team is also chairing multiple conference sessions. We value this dynamic platform for discussing potential partnerships, offering employment opportunities, and exchanging expertise in analysis and test methodologies with our peers.

Throughout the event, IMAC attendees can visit ATA Engineering at booth 309, where the company’s distinguished team of experienced test engineers and structural analysts are showcasing the unique capabilities of our organization. Additionally, ATA is delivering several technical presentations throughout the conference, highlighting contributions to the evolving landscape of structural dynamics.

If you are interested in learning more about the presentations listed below, please submit a technical paper request.

ATA Engineering Technical Presentations
  • Tips, Tricks, and Obscure Features for Modal Signal Processing
  • Noncontact Modal Testing of Structures with Closely Spaced Modes Using Multireference Impact Testing and Scanning Laser Vibrometry
  • Operational Modal Analysis of the Artemis I Dynamic Rollout Test and Wet Dress Rehearsal
  • Excitation Considerations (Part 1) 
  • Automatic Differentiation Applied to Model Updating of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems
  • Excitation Considerations (Part 2) 
  • Modal Test Advancements and Implementation
  • Calculation of Mass-Normalized Modes for Frequency Response Functions Using Acceleration Degrees of Freedom as References
  • Experimental Backbone Curves from Bolted Interfaces with Measured As-Built Surface Topography
  • Test Techniques for Floor Vibration Criteria with a Portable Test Platform
  • Validation of Nonlinear Reduced Order Models with As-Built Surface Geometry in Bolted Joints
  • Multi-Model Uncertainty Quantification and Model Updating for the TMD Research Challenge
  • Uncertainty Quantification of a Machine Learning Model for Deviatoric Force Identification with Conformal Prediction

As a key player in the industry, ATA Engineering values the opportunity to participate in IMAC annually to engage with our industry counterparts, discuss cutting-edge innovations, and explore the latest technologies driving advancements in structural dynamics.

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