Dynamic Prop balancing Features
Live Polar Charting
Auto Run Logging
The DynaVibe GX generates a detailed report once the balancing process is complete. The report includes:
Vibration spectral analysis is a powerful tool that helps identify and differentiate sources of vibration.
Sometimes vibration isn't coming from the propeller assembly and the vibration source can be next to impossible to identify; however, the DynaVibe GX3 can lead you in the right direction using spectral analysis. Each source of vibration usually has an identifiable peak.
For example, on a non-geared, four-stroke engine,
- Propeller assembly vibration will be at 1x the tach frequency.
- Vibration from weak cylinders gives a peak at 0.5x the tach frequency
- Prop-wash will be dominate at 2x the tach frequency for a two-bladed prop (proportional to the number of blades).
- Engine accessory vibrations can be identified using the ratios listed in the type certificates