The course gives a detailed advanced treatment of the detection, location, and diagnosis of faults in rotating and reciprocating machinery, using vibration analysis. Industrial case study examples are used throughout the course to emphasize key points and to underline the relevance and applicability of the topics being addressed. You will learn how to apply the correct tool sets for effective maintenance management by applying the appropriate maintenance technique identified through conducting Failure Mode Effect and Criticality Analysis to understand how an asset may fail and how the failure can be prevented, or the risk mitigated.
This interactive master class is designed to explain the effective method of component condition monitoring for use as both a predictive maintenance and root cause analysis tool. It also details the major failure causes, the world-class proven root cause analysis procedure with exercises and case histories, installation, pre-commissioning planning, functional testing, precision maintenance strategies and more.
At the end of this course, participants should be able to:
- Learn best practices on Rotating Equipment installation.
- Perform shaft alignment using Laser equipment.
- Discover why Rotating Equipment vibrates.
- Understand why seals and bearings fail.
- Avoid operational problems that lead to failures.
- Have the knowledge to assess accurately machinery condition.
- Have acquired a knowledge of accurate diagnosis of anti-friction bearings.
- Have acquired a knowledge of accurate evaluation of gear problems.
- Have acquired a knowledge of predicting remaining machine life.
Mechanical Engineers, Schedule and Planning Engineers, Designers and Production Managers, Maintenance, engineering, and operations personnel involved in troubleshooting reliability, analysis, condition monitoring, and maintainability of rotating equipment and related systems.
A fundamental knowledge of Electro-mechanical systems/device and its operation