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Vibration Analysis
Level I - an Engineering Approach

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Course Overview

Vibration Analysis Level I is a five-day course, the training is the ideal starting place for new vibration analysts, people collecting vibration data, and engineers who want a better understanding of vibration analysis and condition monitoring. This course also explains how machines work and how they can improve reliability. The course also covers the basics of vibration analysis theory and practice aspects, including high-quality readings.

Key Takeaways

1
Analyze free vibration of single-degree-of-freedom systems
2
Apply analytical tools in the design of engineering systems and devices
3
Analyze the effects of viscous damping in the free vibration response
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Learn how to determine the most common faults in machines using Vibration Analysis

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The Georgia Institute of Technology, also known as Georgia Tech, is one of the nation’s leading research universities, providing a focused, technologically based education to more than 25,000 undergraduate and graduate students. Georgia Tech has many nationally recognized programs, all top-ranked by peers and publications alike, and is ranked in the nation’s top 10 public universities by U.S. News and World Report. It offers degrees through the Colleges of Architecture, Computing, Engineering, Sciences, the Scheller College of Business, and the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts. As a leading technological university, Georgia Tech has more than 100 centers focused on interdisciplinary research that consistently contribute vital research and innovation to American government, industry, and business.

Course Outline

Part 1
Condition Monitoring
→ Principles of vibration
→ Introduction to vibration measurement
→ Introduction to the time waveform
→ Introduction to the spectrum
→ Introduction to forcing frequencies
→ Explaining the vibration units
→ A brief introduction to phase
Vibration System Modeling Elements
→ Introduction and Importance of Vibrations
→ Vibrations Modeling System Elements - Mass
→ Vibrations Modeling System Elements – Linear and Torsional Springs
→ Equivalent Spring Constants for Multiple Springs
→ Equivalent Spring Constants for Axially and Torsional Loaded Members
→ Equivalent Spring Constants for Beam Structures
→ Vibrations Modeling System Elements – Damper
Assignment: Vibration System Differential Equations of Motion
Part 2
Data Acquisition
→ How do we measure vibration?
→ Sensors places on the machine
→ Understanding axial and radial readings
→ Sensor mounting and surface preparation
→ Naming conventions
→ What are “routes” and how do you create them?
→ Signal processing
→ A quick tour of your analyzer
→ Spectral averaging
Undamped Single Degree-of- Freedom Vibration Systems
→ Natural Frequency/Period of Oscillation
→ Transient Response Solution
→ Phase Angle Form of Solutions
→ Analyze Position, Velocity, Acceleration
→ Solutions – SDOF systems
→ Solve for Undamped, Free Vibration
Assignment: Differential Equation of Motion
Part 3
Damped, Single-Degree-of-Freedom Vibration Systems
Class exercise: Differential Equation of Motion – SDOF damped, free vibration
→ Cases of Damping/Critical Damping
→ Plot and Interpret Transient Underdamped Vibration
→ Logarithmic Decrement
Class exercise: Solve Differential Equation of Motion - SDOF rotational damped, free vibration
→ Solve for natural frequency, damping factor, and time to decay
→ Overdamped Vibration
→ Critically Damped Vibration
Vibration Analysis - a Practical Approach
→ The spectrum analysis process on the field
→ Resonance– how to avoid it
→ Diagnosing common fault conditions
→ Setting alarm limits
Course Conclusion

Who Should Attend?

This highly practical and interactive course has been specifically designed for
This course is designed for mechanical engineers, mechanical maintenance supervisors, maintenance engineers, as well as all Condition Monitoring, Inspection, Reliability and Machinery Diagnostics specialists.

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