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Vibration Analysis and Electrical Cond. Monitoring – Course 6

Date: Dec. 4, 2017–Dec. 8, 2017

Time: 8:00 am–5:00 pm

Location: Estabrook Hall Room 13

What can you expect to learn in Vibration Analysis and Electrical Condition Monitoring?

Preface:

This seminar focuses on the practical techniques and application methods needed to apply vibration analysis as an equipment care and troubleshooting tool. Candidates will gain a thorough understanding of the techniques available, terminology used, and how to best utilize available technology tools. In order to a gain a thorough understanding considerable time is spent on spectral pattern recognition, “relative motion” analysis, alarm band setup and fine-tuning the field analyzer to provide more complete information

Objectives:

Candidates will leave knowing how to: determine specific equipment faults, utilize vibration inspection in ASD/RCA analyses, gauge current program results, advance integration with other predictive technologies and more effectively communicate with vibration analysts. Candidates will learn what electrical condition monitoring techniques are available and how to utilize them for equipment care strategies. Technologies include  on-line  and off  line testing  and  the motor  circuit  faults  that  can be detected. Students will understand typical various facility electrical and instrumentation systems, the principles of operation for the various components that comprise them and how these systems: function, functionally fail (with failure modes), effect process control and how to more effectively troubleshoot them to achieve optimum performance. Session attendees will understand the value of these technologies to improve asset performance and reduce variability within process systems.

Subjects (included but not limited to):

  • General Analysis Process

  • Review of Spectrum Analysis Process

  • Phase Collection and Analysis

  • Understanding Resonance

    • Utilizing Mode Shape Plots

    • Creating the Ten Point Plot in the Field

    • Bump, Startup and Coast-Down Tests

  • Understanding Unbalance Sources

    • Unbalance Types & Using Various Methods to Prove Unbalance

  • Recognizing Misalignment Sources

    • Various Methods to Prove Misalignment

  • Understanding and Separating Assembly Error Sources 

    • Various Bearing Failure Stages with Source analysis

  • Precision Vibration Acceptance Criteria

    • Determining External and Internal Looseness

    • Belt Drive Frequencies and Analysis

  • Beat Vibration Sources and Frequency Determination

  • Analyzing Common Motor Faults

  • Recognizing Various Pump Styles With Analysis

  • Analyzing Pump System Faults

  • Understanding Gear Vibration

  • Fan Vibration and Various Faults

  • Pre/Post Maintenance Quality Control Checks

  • Report Writing and Effective Communication

  • Analysis of Various Field Case History Examples

  • When to Notice or Investigate

  • Applying Analysis in PM Routines

  • Effective Analysis Improvement Options

Target Participants:

ERMS  has been carefully designed for anyone who has a role in reliability including Production and Maintenance leaders, supervisors, engineers, and lead hands. Reliability leaders, managers and engineers.

Prerequisite: 

ERMS Bootcamp and Course 2


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