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Vibration Analysis: Data Analysis

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Vibration Analysis: Data Analysis is part six of the Vibration Analysis six-part training series.

The course is designed to give students the ability to analyze vibration spectra and identify common vibration problems and their causes. In this course, mechanical situations are shown and discussed such as looseness, unbalance, and misalignment. The relationships are compared to vibration graphs with further explanation of patterns that associate with common problems. This is considered an initial practical application.

Course objectives include:

  • Explain the relationships found in data analysis
  • Identify and understand synchronous, harmonic, and modulation relationships
  • Describe problems resulting from imbalance, misalignment, and looseness
  • Describe problems related to the gearbox, to motor and vane passing, and to bearings.

Course menu:

Relationships Found in Data Analysis

  • Synchronous and Harmonic Relationships
  • Modulation Relationships

Problems from Unbalance, Misalignment, and Looseness

  • Mass Unbalance and Misalignment
  • Looseness

Problems Related to the Gearbox

  • Gearbox/Gear Mesh Frequencies

Problems Related to Motors and Vane Passing

  • Motors
  • Vane Passing

Problems Related to Bearings

  • Bearing/Bearing Failure

To learn more about our interactive online courseware, visit our DuPont™ eLearning Suite homepage or schedule a free online demonstration.

This workbook reinforces the purpose and objectives of the accompanying Vibration Analysis: Data Collection training program.

Workbooks contain lesson introductions, a practice and application area, and lesson progress checks to measure students' learning.

Vibration Analysis: Data Collection is part six of the Vibration Analysis seven-part training series.

The course depicts the actual process of data collection, including machine identification points, uploading, downloading, and reporting.

Course objectives include:

  • Understand proper machine identification
  • Understand proper measurement point identification, conventions, and locations
  • Explain how machines are put into a tour or route
  • Explain how to download and upload a route
  • Describe how to collect data
  • Identify what reports and plots can be generated.

Our DVDs are portable and easy-to-use. Training content is "chapterized," or organized by learning objectives to:

  • Help with course navigation
  • Enable training administrators to cover specific training points and conduct refresher training
  • Facilitate classroom discussion.

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