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.SVD File Extension

File Type 1Scanning Vibrometer Data File

DeveloperPolytec
Popularity
3.9 (14 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatBinary

What is an SVD file?

Data file created by Polytec scanning vibrometer devices, which are used for measuring the durability of objects that are subjected to stresses and strains; contains a log of the data collected during a stress test; provided as input to PSV Software, a program that visualizes the stress results.

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Scanning vibrometers are used by test and simulation engineers to measure structural vibrations.

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Programs that open SVD files
Updated 11/1/2011

File Type 2Roland Patch File

DeveloperRoland
Popularity
3.5 (13 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files
FormatBinary

.SVD File Association 2

Audio file used by Roland keyboard synthesizers; contains "patches," which are settings that fine tune the playback of a digital instrument; often used for storing instruments and effects; generally loaded onto a Roland synthesizer using a USB key.

Programs that open SVD files
Updated 10/14/2016

File Type 3SolidView Design File

DeveloperSolid Concepts
Popularity
3.3 (6 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files
FormatBinary

.SVD File Association 3

CAD file created by SolidView, a 2D and 3D computer-aided design software; saves the geometry and measurements for a part or an assembly; used by structural engineers, technical illustrators, manufacturing engineers, and other professionals for saving CAD designs.

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SVD files can be viewed with SolidView/Lite, a free program provided by Solid Concepts. The free software also provides the capability to measure the design.

Programs that open SVD files
Updated 11/1/2011

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