The most widely accepted measure of machine condition is its vibration signature. This course is designed to expose the techniques of vibration analysis of machinery, with the aim of improving machinery monitoring and diagnosis.
This course is a more advanced course with emphasis on diagnostics techniques. Not only spectrum analysis, but also time domain, phase analysis and demodulation techniques are discussed. The emphasis is on techniques to verify the existence and the extent of faults and means to evaluate the condition of a machine. Bearing Faults, Gear Box Faults, Electric Motor Vibrations, and Rotating Machinery Malfunction, Balancing, Isolation and Correction represent the main thrust of this course.
The course provides a unique format in which an abundance of case studies are presented as application of machine condition analysis. The course prepares attendees for Category III certification according to ISO 18436.