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LEVELLEVELLEVELLEVEL 1111 ---- VIBRATIONVIBRATIONVIBRATIONVIBRATION ANALYSISANALYSISANALYSISANALYSIS IIII

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Plant personnel requiring a basic understanding of analytical methodologies used to determine machinery conditions for improvement of predictive maintenance program results; including maintenance supervisors, rotating machinery engineers, predictive maintenance coordinators, reliability engineers, and advanced mechanics and technicians.

CourseCourseCourseCourse ObjectiveObjectiveObjectiveObjective

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to select appropriate sensors and techniques for diagnosing typical machinery malfunctions. Participants will be able to read vibration signatures and evaluate machinery condition from vibration data. Participants will be able to isolate the affected machinery component, recognize various common problems, and be able to make recommendations for continued operation or scheduled repairs.

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An introduction to performing machinery analysis within a condition-monitoring program. Various techniques used to diagnose machinery condition are reviewed, including time waveforms, spectral analysis, phase measurements, and amplitude measurement methods. Applies sensor fundamentals to machinery analysis, including an overview of sensor strengths and weaknesses in applications. Common machinery malfunctions are discussed, including basic guidelines for the best detection tools for each machinery problem, and key signs to be aware of. Malfunctions and common pitfalls are demonstrated and real-world machinery analysis case histories are shared.

- What is vibration and how can it be used to evaluate machinery condition:

Frequency, a time waveform, phase, an FFT spectrum (signature)

Displacement, velocity, and acceleration

RMS, peak, and peak-to-peak amplitude

How to know when vibration is too high

- Vibration sensors and their applications.

- Vibration and detection by various instruments. Analog vs. digital methods

- High frequency detection (HFD) and alarm levels at various speeds

- Vibration analysis and how it is used to evaluate machine-operating condition

Level 1 - Vibration Analysis I_ISO Cat II_2009

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Page 2 of 5 Mass unbalance, eccentric rotors, bent shafts, and misalignment Mechanical looseness, improper component

Mass unbalance, eccentric rotors, bent shafts, and misalignment

Mechanical looseness, improper component fit, soft foot, and belt drive problems

Rolling bearing problem detection using vibration spectrum analysis

Gear wear problem detection

Electrical problems within induction motors

Balance resonance, detection, and effects on machinery

- Vibration alarms, spectral band alarms, and optimum frequency ranges

- Common pitfalls in making everyday vibration measurements and the effect on detection and diagnosis of machinery problems

- Time waveform and converting to an FFT spectrum

- Predictive maintenance programs

- Real-world case histories for problems found within the Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Chart

2009200920092009 PublicPublicPublicPublic CourseCourseCourseCourse ScheduleScheduleScheduleSchedule forforforfor LevelLevelLevelLevel 1111 ---- VibrationVibrationVibrationVibration AnalysisAnalysisAnalysisAnalysis IIII

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25-28 May 2009

SKF Training Centre, Jln. Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur

English

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3 ½ days – Training ½ day - Certification examination

A written examination will be given for this course. Successful completion of the written exam results in Vibration Analyst I Certification under the ASNT curriculum guidelines stipulated in

SNT-TC-1A

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9.00 am to 4.30 pm Lunch and refreshment will be provided (One hour lunch break and two 15 minutes tea break)

CourseCourseCourseCourse FeeFeeFeeFee

RM 7,300.00 per person (All cheque must be crossed and made payable to SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd before the course commences).

Level 1 - Vibration Analysis I_ISO Cat II_2009

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Page 3 of 5 PrerequisitesPrerequisitesPrerequisitesPrerequisites
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No prerequisites are required assumed. However, if Vibration Analyst I Certification is desired, a person with at least six months spectrum analysis experience or with Entry Level Certification is usually more successful. General familiarity with using a calculator and a computer is helpful. Good math skills and simple Algebra, primarily solving for one unknown, is helpful. All seminar texts, demonstrations and Certification Tests are generic to all vendors’ hardware and software.

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What is Vibration?

Relationship To Machinery Condition As A Predictive Maintenance Tool

Characteristics Of Vibration:

What Is A Time Waveform & Frequency? What Is Vibration Displacement? What Is Vibration Velocity? What Is Vibration Acceleration? What Is Vibration Phase? When To Use Displacement, Velocity & Acceleration? How Much Vibration Is Too Much? Analog vs. Digital Overall Vibration What Is A Vibration Spectrum (FFT)? Selecting Number Of Lines Of Resolution Effects on Frequency Accuracy of #FFT Lines and Frequency Span Phase Measurement & Analysis How To Measure Phase Phase Analysis Used To Identify:

Unbalance Misalignment Bent Shaft Eccentricity Cocked Bearing Looseness & Weakness Operating Deflection Shapes

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Velocity Transducers

Accelerometers:

General Purpose

Low Frequency High Frequency Permanent Mount

Non-Contact Displacement Probes

Shaft Contact Measurement Devices

Transducer Mounting Considerations

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Overall Level Vibration Meters

Swept-Filter Vibration Meters

FFT Data Collectors

Real-Time Spectrum Analyzers

Tape Recorders (Instrument Quality)

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For Bearing Fault Detection

For Problems With Gears, Electrical, Lube, Etc.

How To Specify Alarm Levels

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Mass Unbalance Force (Static) Unbalance Couple Unbalance Dynamic Unbalance Overhung Rotor Unbalance

Eccentric Rotors

Bent Shafts

Misalignment Angular Misalignment Parallel Misalignment Misaligned/Cocked Bearings

Mechanical Looseness Base Looseness/Weakness Rocking Motion/Cracked Structures Loose Bearing and Rotor Fits

Level 1 - Vibration Analysis I_ISO Cat II_2009

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Page 4 of 5 • Analysis Of Rolling Element Bearings • Machine & Point Identification Methods

Analysis Of Rolling Element Bearings

Machine & Point Identification Methods

Bearing Natural Frequencies

Measurement Parameters (mils, ips, g, etc.)

Bearing Defect Frequencies

Instrument & Transducer Selection

The Role Of “Sideband” Frequencies

Effects Of Transducer Mounting:

The Four Stages Of Bearing Failure

Stud Mounting

Introduction To Resonance Problems

Adhesive Mounting

How To Detect Natural Frequencies

Magnetic Holders

How To Correct Resonance Problems

Extension Probes

Electrical Problems With Induction Motors Stator/Field Problems Rotor Eccentricity Broken/Cracked Rotor Bars Role Of Pole-Pass Sideband Frequencies

Analysis Of Gears & Gear Drives Calculating Gear Mesh Frequencies Gear Wear Gear Misalignment Significance Of Sideband Frequencies

Belt Drive Problems Detecting Worn Or Damaged Belts/Pulleys Pulley Misalignment Eccentric Pulleys

Aerodynamic/Hydraulic Forces Flow Turbulence Cavitations Problems

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Choosing Measurement Locations

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Flow Chart For An Effective Program

Plant Layout & Route Development

Setting Up The Computer Database

Obtaining Baseline Measurements

Generating Meaningful Reports Overall Alarm Reports Band Alarm Reports Inspection Code Reports Special Reports

Documenting Program Correction Actions & Results

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Numerous Examples Of The Detection, Diagnosis & Correction Of Vibration Problems Are Provided For a Variety Of Industrial Machines Having Various Types Of Faults including Unbalance, Misalignment, Bearing Wear, Gear Wear, Resonance Problems, Electrical Problems, etc.

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TELEPHONE NO. : 303-979-0506

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Vibration Analysis I, II & III Dynamic Field Balancing Condition Monitoring Management Course

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