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Training 

Title
: Bearing and Lubrication
When
: 26 Feb 2018 - 28 Feb 2018 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
Where
: Novotel Hotel - Bandung
Category
: Technical

Description

OBJECTIVE :
At the end of this programme, the participants are expected to:
  • Better understanding of bearing and lubrication system and enable to modify lubrication supply system and construction to avoid repeating failures
  • The participants will be able to shorten trouble shooting or repair time after having strong technical knowledge in approaching the systematic root cause analysis of bearing and lubrication system
  • Capable and skillful to select types of bearing and lubricant fit to the operating condition

OUTLINE :
1.    Fundamental of Tribology
-    Conformal and non-conformal contact
-    Friction phenomena
-    Wear phenomena
-    Lubrication principle
-    Hydrodynamic bearing
-    Hydrostatic bearing
-    Rolling Element bearing

2.    Wear Metal analysis (spectroscopy, analytical ferrography or micro patch)
-    Spectroscopy analysis
-    Ferrography analysis
-    Particle counter method

3.    Wear phenomena, mechanism and it’s causes
-    Wear phenomena
-    Wear mechanism
-    Causes of wear

4.    Sources of wear metal and it’s tolerance limit
-    Ferro
-    Lead
-    Nickel
-    Thin
-    Magnesium
-    Others minor metal

5.    Lube oil chemical properties and it’s damage causes
-    Base oil
-    Additives
-    Lubricant properties
-    Heat as main causes of lubricant performance degradation

6.    Contamination control and analysis and it’s severity levels
-    Water content
-    Viscosity and viscosity index
-    TAN/TBN
-    Metal content
-    Particles

7.    Used oil analysis method and interpretation of it’s reports
-    Principle of used oil analysis
-    Methods on used oil analysis
-    Reporting and interpretation

8.    Additive in lube oil and it’s damage causes
-    Viscosity index improver
-    Pour point depressant
-    Performance package

9.    Thin film lubrication principle
-    Wedge effect
-    Squish effect
-    Stretch effect

TARGETTED PARTICIPANTS :
  • Mechanical Engineer /Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Maintenance Engineer/Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Rotating & Reliability Engineer /Supervisor/Superintendent
  • Professional who are in charge in lubrication and bearing systems
  • Everybody or professional who wants to broaden knowledge or gain benefits from this course

COURSE LEADER
FJM TEAM

PRICE :
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Venue

Venue
: Novotel Hotel
City
: Bandung
State
: Jawa Barat
Country
: Country: id

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