By Jason Tranter
Every vibration analyst should master time waveform analysis (and based on your votes, you want to master it!). Time waveforms contain key details that help you to solve rolling element bearing defects, gear tooth defects, pump flow problems, and basically every other failure mode that involves impacts, rubs, turbulence, or vibration that varies from cycle to cycle (e.g. modulation and beating). Time waveform analysis helps you to detect faults that you could easily miss with spectrum analysis, and it enables you to understand the exact nature and severity of the fault condition. This webinar will help to explain why it is so important to perform time waveform analysis, and it will describe the types of patterns you will see in the waveform, and how to properly measure the waveform.
- Why time waveform analysis is so powerful
- What to look for in the waveform based on different fault conditions
- How to measure the waveform to achieve the best results