Vibration Analysis Course (Category II)
The general objectives of the course are to deepen the technical knowledge of professionals involved directly or indirectly in the collection and analysis of vibrometric data. Specific objectives include the following:
- Use of the vibration phase as a tool to support the diagnosis of malfunctions;
- Identification and diagnosis of faults in electric motors, gearboxes, etc;
- Diagnosis of the resonance condition;
- Signal processing.
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Condition Monitoring of Bearings Operation Course
The general objectives of the course are to provide the participants with a set of knowledge that allows the control and diagnosis of the state of operation of bearings. The following specific objectives are highlighted:
- Identify specific techniques for the diagnosis of bearing failures;
- Develop and improve diagnostics of bearing failures;;
- Use effectively the potential of measuring equipment in the diagnosis of rolling faults;
- Calculate mathematically the failure frequencies of the bearings;
- Correct use of measurement parameters for bearing diagnostics;
- Identify a typical range of rolling faults;
- Identification of malfunctions in bearings through the waveform signal (Signal in time).
Introduction to Machinery Vibration Measurement and Analysis Course
The general objectives of the course are to provide participants with a set of knowledge that enables them to control the working condition of dynamic rotary equipment by measuring and analyzing vibrations. Specific objectives include the following:
- Define frequency and period of vibration;
- Select the vibration measurement parameters;
- Select the transducer for vibration measurement;
- Define / identify vibration measurement points in rotating equipment;
- Identify the main evaluation criteria for vibration severity;
- Perform preliminary analysis of collected vibrometric data;
- Identify in the frequency spectrum the characteristic condition;
- Unbalance, Misalignment, Excessive Release / Missing, and Bearings.