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D James

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Is anyone aware of a vibration software that will accept an input of data from an Excel spreadsheet.  I have only worked with Emonitor and Omnitrend and both appear to export to Excel but not import from Excel.  I'm not sure where this is going, it was a question posed to me by a couple of engineers.  My gut hunch is that it can't be done but what do I know[smile].
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Are you looking to import trend data or actual waveform and/or spectrum?

Your best bet for spectrum and waveform would be to look at some of the national instruments software.

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I use DasyLab software, and it can read ASCII file format. If waveform data is in Excel (unusual), then save it to ASCII format and then Read into DasyLab for all types of signal analysis.

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I usually export data to Excel for custom plots.
Perhaps you can explain what you are trying to do.

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There are a few packages that do FFT for analysis based on tables. The ones I saw were mostly educational or for research (not meant for industrial applications). To have a lighter file size and standard communication, text files are more common format.

If you Google for sound related analysis, you may see some downloadable free software.

Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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SKF Analysis and reporting software (Arm Software) can import csv files and analyse them but unsure from what output source though.
D James

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Thanks for the responses.  Since this is a product development sort of a thing I don't think it is proper (without authorization) to get into more specifics. I will pass on the info you all have posted and see where it leads.

Thanks,
dj
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Dear Sirs,
Can any one is having excel software, by using this we can reduce 1x (shaft vibrations) of the rotor by using multi speeds.

regards,
D.Ravishanker
email: daroorravi1976@gmail.com
John from PA

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Dear Sirs,
Can any one is having excel software, by using this we can reduce 1x (shaft vibrations) of the rotor by using multi speeds.

regards,
D.Ravishanker
email: daroorravi1976@gmail.com


I assume you are seeking a spreadsheet for balancing. Probably best you start a new thread and better define your needs.

You might also do a search as several spreadsheets have been posted here in the past.
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