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The Vibration Analysts Newsletter

In this issue:

Series 3, Issue 5 June 2016

Featured Lesson:
Rolling Element Bearings
Vibration; the complete picture
page 1

---------------------------Featured Training Video:


Bearing Failure, Detection and
Prevention
page 2

---------------------------Mobius Presentations at Lubmat


& IMVAC
page 3

---------------------------Upcoming Global Vibration


Analyst Certification Courses

FEATURED LESSON

Rolling Element Bearings: Vibration;


the complete picture
In our last issue of Vibration Matters, we

mentioned the high frequency vibration

looked at bearing installation errors and

that is generated, but as we will learn in

bearing looseness. We also included an

greater detail, we can break this vibration

interesting case study by Simon Hurricks

up into four components:

where a machine was rebuilt, balanced


and aligned to the point that the bearings
were

insufficiently

loaded,

Friction

causing

catastrophic failure in just a matter of

There

months! If you missed the last issue, you

between surfaces, regardless of how good

can download it here.

the lubricant may be.

will

always

be

some

friction

As the lubricant

degrades (too much, too little, lubricant


additive

Page 4

pack

contamination),

----------------------------

Frictional

degradation,
friction

vibration

is

will

or

increase.

non-periodic.

Friction generates broadband noise


vibration at a wide range of frequencies.
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If we have metal-to-metal contact we will

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generate very high frequency, very short


It is important to understand the nature

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of the vibration generated by rolling


element bearings. In previous issues, we

duration pulses. These pulses, or shock


waves, may be random in nature or

FEATURED TRAINING VIDEO:

Bearing Failure,
Detection and
Prevention

periodic it depends upon the reason for

very high in frequency, but low in

the metal-to-metal contact.

amplitude. The frequency generated will


be over 20 kHz in the earliest stage

Periodic vibration

some systems look at much higher


frequencies to detect the first signs of

When an even occurs periodically, at a

bearing wear.

sufficient amplitude to be detected, the

remove the low frequency, high amplitude

vibration will be present in the time

vibration in order to detect this source of

record and a peak will appear in the

vibration.

spectrum.

emission, Shock Pulse, Spike Energy, and

Common examples are the

vibration related to unbalance or the vane


pass rate, however when there is damage
on the inner race of a bearing, for
example, a periodic source of vibration

In this webinar, Jason Tranter first


discusses the most common
reasons why rolling element
bearings fail, including lubrication
problems, lubricant contamination,
excessive loading, and installation
and handling. Next, the webinar
summarizes how a variety of
condition monitoring technologies
can be utilized to determine the
condition of rolling element
bearings, including basic and
advanced vibration analysis, oil
analysis, wear particle analysis, and
thermography.

We need techniques to

Techniques such as acoustic

PeakVue are designed to do just that.


Enveloping and demodulation are also
designed

to

monitor

high

frequency

will also be generated.

vibration and detect first stage bearing

Resonance

designed

When surfaces impact they generate

detecting these high frequencies are not

wear, however some systems are not

vibration, and the structure and machine


components

(and

the

attached

accelerometer) will resonate as a result.


The natural frequency may be quite high
when

dealing

bearings.
from

with

vibration

from

We can detect the vibration

those

resonances

because

the

vibration is amplified and because the


frequencies are distinct from the much
higher amplitude vibration that masks the
lower frequency vibration generated by
the bearing.

As

such

high

the

fault

develops

the

vibration

generated is lower in frequency. The high


frequencies are still generated, however
now lower frequency vibration (over 2
kHz) is

generated.

analysis

and

spectra

Time waveform
(in

units

of

acceleration) can be used to detect the


fault and enveloping/demodulation can
be used.
increased

amplitude,

lower

wear

comes

frequency

higher

vibration.

Now the conventional velocity spectra will

Length: 47 min
This vibration can be detected using a
of

monitor

set up to do so.

With

Detection
number

to

frequencies, and many systems capable of

techniques,

summarized

below:

display signs of bearing wear.


And finally, as the fault develops further,
and damage becomes more severe, low
frequency noise is generated, and some
of the characteristic patterns we expect to
see begin to change to vibration patterns
normally associated with looseness.

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At

this stage we may not measure the high


frequency vibration; there is too much
damage.

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The vibration generated due to poor


lubrication or minor bearing damage is

Meet Mobius in 2016!


Uhre & Nybk Vibration Analysis
Seminar
May 26-27, 2016
Denmark
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Presentation

Mobius at LUBEMAT Conference


Bilbao, Spain
Mobius Institute will be a the Lubmat Conference in Bilbao, Spain, June 7-8.
LUBMAT is a common initiative between IK4-TEKNIKER and
Jost Institute that covers every aspect of asset management
& reliability, condition monitoring, lubrication management
and tribology. This European congress brings high qualified
industry professionals together and provides an ultimate
platform to network with decision-makers, solution
providers, researchers and very close industrial case studies
that help to achieve real-world results.

Euromaintenance 2016
May 30 - June 1, 2016
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Presentation & Exhibition Booth

Lubrication, Maintenance &


Tribology (lubmat) 2016
June 7-8, 2016
Bilbao, Spain
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Mobius founder, Jason Tranter will giving five presentations and will be available in
the exhibition hall with Mobius Institute ATP (authorized training partner); Preditec
(http://www.preditec.com/).

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October 17-19, 2016
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