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Vibration Fundamentals

Vibration Fundamentals

Vibration Fundamentals Part I is an introduction to vibration analysis that covers basic vibration theory. All mechanical equipment in motion generates a vibration profile, or signature, that reflects its operating condition. This is true regardless of speed or whether the mode of operation is rotation, reciprocation, or linear motion. Vibration analysis is applicable to all mechanical equipment, although a common-yet invalid-assumption is that it is limited to simple rotating machinery with running speeds above 600 revolutions per minute (rpm). Vibration profile analysis is a useful tool for predictive maintenance, diagnostics, and many other uses.

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Vibration Fundamentals CONTENTS

  • IntroductionVibration Fundamentals
  • Vibration Analysis Applications
  • Vibration Analysis Overview
  • The Vibration Sources
  • Vibration Theory
  • Machine Dynamics
  • Data Acquisition
  • Analysis Techniques
  • Vibration Data Types and Formats
  • Overview
  • Database Development
  • Vibration Data Acquisition
  • Trending Analysis
  • Failure-Mode Analysis
  • Signature Analysis
  • Root-Cause Analysis
  • Machine-Train Monitoring Parameters
  • Introduction
  • Types of Resonance
  • Examples of Resonance
  • Testing for Resonance
  • Mode Shape
  • Overview
  • Applications
  • Data Acquisition
  • Analysis Setup
  • Transient (Waterfall) Analysis
  • Synchronous Time Averaging
  • Zoom analysis
  • Torsional Analysis
  • Glossary

Several predictive maintenance techniques are used to monitor and analyze critical machines, equipment, and systems in a typical plant. These include vibration analysis, ultrasonics, thermography, tribology, process monitoring, visual inspection, and other nondestructive analysis techniques. Of these techniques, vibration analysis is the dominant predictive maintenance technique used with maintenance management programs.

Predictive maintenance has become synonymous with monitoring vibration characteristics of rotating machinery to detect budding problems and to head off catastrophic failure. However, vibration analysis does not provide the data required to analyze electrical equipment, areas of heat loss, the condition of lubricating oil, or other parameters typically evaluated in a maintenance management program. Therefore, a total plant predictive maintenance program must include several techniques, each designed to provide specific information on plant equipment.


Vibration Fundamentals

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