ISO Category III (Analysis II)

Overview

This three-day seminar builds from ANALYSIS I and is primarily intended to enhance the vibration expertise of analysts having approximately one-half to one year experience.

 

The curriculum allows the analysts to significantly improve the effectiveness of their condition monitoring programs.

 

Techniques are provided on how to detect each of 40 machine problems shown in our world renown Illustrated Vibration Diagnostics Chart, along with numerous real-world case histories demonstrating how these problems have been detected and corrected (250 page Case History Section).

 

Diagnoses of more complex machine problems are taught including gear, rotor rub, journal bearing, electrical, hydraulic/aerodynamic, beat vibration, resonance and tracking of rolling element bearing “failure scenarios".

 

Refinement of Overall and Spectral Band Alarms using proven statistical techniques and real-world examples is explained. Important FFT Processing Techniques are covered including: window selection, averaging types, overlap processing, dynamic range, and the significance of bandwidth.

 

Introductory information is provided on how to: (1) specify meaningful Narrowband envelope alarms, (2) perform natural frequency tests; (3) analyze time waveforms; (4) use synchronous time averaging; (5) interpret amplitude demodulated spectra and waveforms; and (6) specify proper vibration isolation and damping treatments.

Prerequisites

  • At least 1 to 2 years vibration spectrum analysis experience.
  • General familiarity with using a calculator and with a computer is required.
  • Good math skills and simple Algebra, primarily solving for one unknown, is a must.
  • Some fundamental Trigonometry background will also prove helpful.
  • If Vibration Specialist Certification is desired at Analysis II, a student must have previously passed an Analysis I Certification Test.

Recommended For:

  • Recommended Full-Time PdM Vibration Experience = 6 to 12 Months

Seminar Agenda

Concentrated Vibration Signature Analysis and Related Condition Monitoring Techniques

  1. Seminar Overview
  2. Brief Review of ANALYSIS I Seminar Topics
  3. Proper Use of Vibration Severity Charts
  4. How to Refine Overall Alarm and Spectral Band Alarm Levels After Several Surveys Have Been Taken
  5. Phase Analysis Techniques
  6. Detailed Vibration Signature Analysis for 40 Machine Problems Using Technical Associates’ 5-Page Illustrated Vibration Diagnostics Chart
    • Mass Unbalance
    • Eccentric Rotors
    • Bent Shaft
    • Misalignment and Coupling Problems
    • Machinery Failures Due to Resonant Vibration
    • Mechanical Looseness - 3 Distinctly Different Types
    • Rotor Rub
    • Sleeve Bearing Problems
    • Rolling Element Bearing Problems
    • Flow-Induced Vibration (Cavitation, Starvation, etc.)
    • Gear Problems
    • Electrical Problems in Motors
    • Belt-Drive Problems
    • Beat Vibration Problems
    • Soft Foot and Distorted Frame Problems
  7. Presentation of a Proven Analysis Procedure Using the 5-Page Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Chart (Including Examples)
  8. What is “High Frequency Enveloping and Demodulation Spectral Analysis” (Used to Detect Problems with Rolling Element Bearings, Gears, Lubrication, etc.)?
  9. How to Select the Optimum Condition Monitoring Hardware and Software Using Proven Weighted Matrix Methods Based on Cost, Hardware Capabilities, Software Capabilities and Vendor History (Generic Procedure Independent of PdM Vendor)
  10. Presentation of Real-World Case Histories
Technical Associates' ISO Category III Seminar (Analysis II); time waveform

Seminar Fee: $1795

A $100 DISCOUNT will be given for payments at least 60 DAYS prior to the seminar start date.

Seminar Fees include textbook, appendices, breaks and lunches.

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