IRISS – Principles of Airborne / Structure borne Ultrasound

When:
October 28, 2019 – November 1, 2019 all-day
2019-10-28T00:00:00-07:00
2019-11-02T00:00:00-07:00
Where:
Bradenton
FL
USA

https://www.iriss.com/events/iso-18436-part-8-cat-1-asu-principles-of-airborne-structure-borne-ultrasound-october-28th-november-1st-2019/

Ultrasonic detection equipment has become a trusted source for trending and troubleshooting over the last few decades. The ability now to run the sound waves through a sound analysis software has opened a new realm of things for the inspectors. No longer is Ultrasound simple a Go No Go test it can be used for determining Stray Voltage in a motor, Inner & Outer Race faults, Cage Faults, Ball Pass Faults, Corona, Track, Arcing, Loose connection, Delamination of Windings in a Transformer. These issues can be determined by simply looking at the images of the sound wave. Each one will have a distinct image that shows the Harmonic Marks that tell us the Fault Frequency of those Harmonics. In addition, the use of a Time Series will show the harmonics and the Amplitude of the Sinusoidal Wave. The Students will walk away with a much greater understanding of the Theory of Ultrasound and the use of their Ultrasound Inspection Equipment.

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