Fluid noise and vibration training course

BVE training course - Diagnosis of noises and vibrations in liquid flows and solutions
In industrial installations, some vibration problems do not come from sources of mechanical excitation on rotating machines but are due to pressure pulsations linked to flows or wave propagation.

  • Basic reminders about fluid mechanics
  • Reminders and noises and vibrations
  • Sources of excitations linked to rotating machines, flows, wave propagations … Physical phenomena, diagnosis methods and correction at source
  • Risk and pollution appraisal
  • Methods for reducing noises and vibrations: cowling, silencers, insulation, shock absorbers…
  • llustrative practical work on the CERG’s didactive test benches.

Staff studying the design of this equipment, monitoring them, maintaining them : engineering firms, design offices, static inspection departments, maintenance departments.

  • Pre-requisite: knowledge of vibratory measurements
  • Understand the mechanisms having an influence on the noise and vibrations of hydraulic, aeraulic, reactor, furnace and boiler circuits...
  • Know how to diagnose the causes thereof, assess the risks, target the solutions for improvement and the main design rules.


  • Courses given in partnership with a specialist in fluid mechanics, CERG
  • Dedicated test benches with practical work

Course duration: 3 days.
This training course is performed in Grenoble in the CERG Laboratory