This course we provide the essential training for the beginning stages of any analyst’s Predictive Maintenance or Reliability efforts. Attendees are instructed in data collection, analysis theory and identifying machinery faults.
We teach concepts applicable to diagnostic systems and help highlight relevant analysis limitations.
Provide a foundation for new or practicing analysts to become more effective at problem detection & resolution
Provide analysis skills for new or practicing analysts to be more effective at problem detection & resolution; build upon the Vibration Fundamentals course information.
Review common machinery & machine components
Review how to apply industrial vibration severity criteria
Provide formats, examples & techniques for effective reporting
Who Should Attend??
Mechanical, Operation, Production, and Maintenance Engineers Senior Technicians, who work in power utilities, should benefit from this course. Also Senior Engineers should update and refresh their knowledge by attending this course.
- Common Machinery & Design Elements
- Maintenance Strategies
- Principles ofVibration
- Understanding Time-Waveform Plots
- Understanding Vibration – Spectrum Plots
- Vibration Analysis Instrumentation
- Vibration Transducers - Overview & Selection
Vibration Severity Criteria
Database Alarm Techniques
Machinery Fault Analysis & Corrective Actions
- Presentation & Slides
- Audio Visual Aids
- Interactive Discussion
- Participatory Exercise
- Action Learning
- Class Activities
- Case Studies