VIBRATION MANAGEMENT

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Vibration maintenance is addressed to maintenance specialists from maintenance departments responsible for methods and technologies used to develop an optimal maintenance strategy.

WHAT DOES THE COURSE INCLUDE?

Developing skills of the dynamic machine specialist in implementing a new maintenance system for dynamic machines for:
- Maintaining safe operation of dynamic machines
- Reducing maintenance costs by planning and scheduling maintenance work, standard work plans, spare parts optimization, supply and logistics.

WHAT IS THE STRUCTURE OF THE COURSE?

 CAP. 1: INTRODUCTORY NOTES
 Introduction to dimensional and tolerant control
 Tribology Elements
 Introduction to lubrification
 Introduction to wear
 Introduction to machine parts
 Cavitation
CAP.2: DESCRIPTION OF TYPES OF MENTENANCE USED
 Reactive maintenance
 Preventive maintenance
 Predictive maintenance
 Corestive maintenance
 Autonomy maintenance
 Proactive maintenance
 Proactive maintenance
CAP.3: RELATION BETWEEN PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE AND VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS
 Methods used for predictive maintenance

CHAPTER .4: VIBRATIONS - THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
 What is vibration?
 Introduction to vibration theory
 Vibration measurement units
 Natural frequencies

CHAPTER .5: APPARATUS AND SOFTWARE USED FOR VIBRATION MEASUREMENTS
 Online measurement equipment
 Apparatus for off - line measurement
 Vibration measurement transducers
 Proximity transducers
 speed transducers
 acceleration transducers (accelerometers)
 SOFTWARE
 Vibration analyzers
 Vibration filters
CHAPTER .6: MONITORING VIBRATIONS
 Classification of machines by importance (machine criticality)
 Planning of vibration monitoring
 Choosing the measurement points
CHAPTER .7: DIAGNOSIS OF VIBRATIONS
 Types of analysis
 Frequency spectrum
 waveform
 Phase analysis
 orbits
 Frequency spectrum analysis
 Specific frequencies
 Step by step analysis of the spectra
 Determining the fundamentals
CHAPTER .8: VIBRATION LEVELS
 Broadband value
 Harmonic value
 Establishing alarm limits
 Establishing bands
 Reporting to standards
 VDI 4953; ISO 2372; ISO 10816
CAP .9: TYPES OF DEFECTS CONFIRMED BY DIAGNOSIS
 Dynamic imbalance
 misalignment
 Bent shaft
 Inappropriate lubrication
 Inappropriate camp games
 Bearing damage
 Noncoaxial bearings
 Mechanical weaknesses
 Gear failure
 Resonances
 Cavitation
 Electrically induced vibrations

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For more information, please contact us at: 0726268256, 0727336314

For a group of 10-14 participants, we organize an in-house course at the client's headquarters or at any other location of their choice on a mutually agreed date.

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Marin Calin

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