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Circle Circle
ME - 03
3 days
Doha
4 January, 2022
7800 QAR

Condition Monitoring & Diagnostics of Machine Systems Virtual

Course Overview

Improvements in machinery reliability can provide significant contributions to these goals. However, countless maintenance programs and fads have largely failed to impact reliability or maintenance costs because they have not addressed the fundamental way maintenance is being performed.

This course covers most rotating machines in any industry but emphasizes coupled horizontally mounted machines with rolling element bearings and belt-driven machinery.

Course Objective:

By the end of this training, participants will be able to:

·         Build an understanding of the principles of condition monitoring

·         Give a background of vibration, temperature, other factors required

·         Develop and understanding of methods of monitoring and systems

·         Show how information from monitoring is used to plan effectively

·         Lead to an understanding of the measurable outcome on efficiency and productivity

Who Should Attend?

This training course is intended for maintenance engineering, planner, scheduler, supervisors and technician working in the field of Condition Monitoring, vibration, Preventive & predictive maintenance and for those wishing to specialize in this area, or as an update to the latest developments for those who already work in this area. Because the methods and examples are generic, personnel from all disciplines will benefit

Course Outline:

Module (01) Principles and Introduction

·         Introduction to condition monitoring

·         Overview the role of condition monitoring

·         Data Collection

·         Instruments and Aids for Condition Monitoring and Troubleshooting

·         Types of measurement – Accuracy and Considerations

Module (02) Inspection

·         Temperature Measurements

·         Visual Inspections

·         Leak/Crack/Thickness Detection and Measurement

·         Rotating Equipment Condition Monitoring Tools

·         Fluid Monitoring/Contamination Control

·         Using Alignment Tools

Module (03) Vibration Measurement and Analysis

·         Vibration of rotating machinery

·         Vibration Measurement and Analysis

·         Rolling element bearings.

·         Static and dynamic balancing.

·         Gearbox vibration.

Module (04) Other Monitoring Techniques

·         Thermal monitoring.

·         Lubricant monitoring.

·         Ultrasonic monitoring techniques

·         Machinery Diagnostics

·         Fault Diagnosis for a range of machine types

 

Module (05) Condition Monitoring

·         International Standards for Condition Monitoring

·         Maintenance decision making based on condition monitoring

·         Machine life cycles.

·         Trend monitoring.

·         Computer application in machine condition monitoring

Module (06) Data Acquisition and Recording

·         best sensor for Your application

·         Selecting sensors, response characteristics and proper mounting

·         Signal processing; selective frequency filtering

·         Recording and signal storage; plotting

·         Calibrating measurement and recording systems

Module (07) Analog Sound and Vibration Analysis

·         Constant percentage vs. constant bandwidth analyzers

·         Manual tuning and logging

·         Automatic tuning and plotting vs. frequency, at constant RPM

·         Automatic tuning and plotting vs. vibration order (RPM varied)

·         Averaging, waveform analysis, Lissajous orbits

·         Waterfall displays; component tracking

Module (08) Computer Analysis of Sound and Vibration

·         Frequency domain analysis of vibration and sound signatures

·         Time domain analysis of vibration and sound signatures

·         Demonstration of electronic transitions between domains

·         Ranges and limitations of shaft and casing responses

·         Data display and interpretation

·         Baseline analysis; comparative analysis

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