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: Basic Vibration Analysis
: 12 Sep 2018 - 14 Sep 2018 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
: Hotel Grand Tebu - Bandung
: Production, Operation


This course is intended for those with little or no vibration experience. It allows everyone to get a hands-on feel for how vibration can properly be used to detect various problems in rotating machines. Basic vibration theory is presented to give each student an understanding of vibration as it relates to machine condition, along with hands-on demonstrations and class exercises designed to show proper data collection techniques. Measurement pitfalls are discussed, along with their adverse effect on machine problem diagnosis, and how they are critical to evaluating the severity of problems detected.

-    Get a hands-on feel for how vibration can properly be used to detect various problems in rotating machines
-    Know how to collect vibration data properly

1.    Machine Vibration:
        -    Basics of Vibration;
        -    Displaying Vibratory Motion;
        -    The Magnitude of the Motion: Displacement; Root Mean Square,
        -    Peak to Peak conversions;
        -    The Period of Vibration;
        -    Analyzing Frequency Peaks & Amplitude Levels;
        -    Phase Relationships

2.    Preparing For Data Collection:
        -    Transducers;
        -    Selection Criteria (Amplitude of Vibration, Frequency, Environmental Limitations);
        -    FFT Data Collectors

3.    The Data Processing System:
        -    Data Collectors - Analyzers;
        -    Setting Up the Analyzer

4.    Data Collection:
        -    Setting Up a Database;
        -    Downloading a Route;
        -    Selecting Necessary Equipment;
        -    Safety Precautions;
        -    Collecting Data;
        -    Uploading the Route;
        -    Report Printouts;
        -    Plot Formats

5.    Data Analysis:
        -    Definitions of Terminology (Synchronous versus Subharmonic & harmonic);
        -    Nonsynchronous;
        -    Modulation;
        -    Spectral "Pattern" Recognition

6.    Diagnosing Vibration Problems:
        -    Mass Unbalance;
        -    Misalignment;
        -    Bent Shaft;
        -    Pump & Fan Problems;
        -    Soft Foot;
        -    Mechanical Looseness;
        -    Gearbox Analysis,
        -    Gear Frequencies;
        -    Motors;
        -    Pump & Fan Problems;
        -    Rolling Element Bearings

Electrical Engineer/ Supervisor, Instrument Engineer/ Supervisor, Professionals, Plant Maintenance/ Operators/ Supervisors/ Superintendent, Technician


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: Hotel Grand Tebu
: Bandung

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