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Plant personnel requiring a comprehensive understanding of vibration FFT and diagnostic techniques used to perform rotor dynamics analysis for increased performance of rotating machinery; including machinery specialists, predictive maintenance technicians, reliability engineers and advanced mechanics.

Course Objective

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to better refine a conditionmonitoring program with diagnostic techniques that improve the performance of rotating machinery (both roller and sleeve bearing machinery). Participants will be able to diagnose several malfunctions, from common to moderately severe, and be able to make recommendation for corrective action. In addition, participants will be able to enhance condition-monitoring program with advanced measurement techniques, such as acceleration enveloping and SEE TM Technology.

Course Description

A comprehensive survey and in-depth study of vibration spectrum analysis and related condition monitoring techniques used to analyze rotating machinery, and to detect and correct machinery malfunction. An overview of rotor dynamics is presented, along with the study of severe, but less common, machinery problems that frequently lead to catastrophic failure. Sleeve bearing monitoring and analysis is discussed along with common problems. An overview of acceleration enveloping and SEE technology is also presented. Brief review of Vibration Analysis I course topics · · · · · · Vibration instruments and sensors Evaluating machinery condition with vibration analysis Analog vs. digital overall vibration measurements Spike energy, high frequency demodulation (HFD), and shock pulse techniques Common pitfalls in vibration measurements Time waveform and conversion to FFT spectrum

Proper use of vibration severity charts Phase analysis techniques

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machinery Concentrated vibration spectrum analysis for detecting 40 machinery problems using the Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Chart · Mass unbalance, eccentric rotors, and bent shaft · Misalignment and coupling problems · Mechanical looseness ­ 3 distinctly different types · Balance resonance problems · Rotor radial rubs and sleeve bearing problems · Tracking of rolling bearing condition using spectrum analysis · Flow induced vibration (cavitations, surge, starvation) · Gear problems (wear, excessive backlash, eccentricity, tooth misalignment, cracked/broken teeth, hunting tooth, assembly phase problems) · Monitoring problems in AC and DC motors · Belt drive and beat vibration problems · Soft foot and distorted frame problems Proven analysis procedure using the Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Chart, including examples High frequency enveloping and demodulation spectral analysis. What is SEE technology? How are these techniques used to detect problems with rolling bearing, gears, lubrication, and contamination? Real world case histories for each of the problem with the Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Diagnostic Chart

2009 Public Course Schedule for Level 2 - Vibration Analysis II

Date 1-4 June 2009 Venue SKF Training Centre, Jln. Ipoh, Kuala Lumpur Language English

Course Length

3 ½ days ­ Training ½ day - Certification examination

A written examination will be given for this course. Successful completion of the written exam results in Vibration Analyst II Certification under the ASNT curriculum guidelines stipulated in SNT-TC-1A Time

9.00 am to 4.30 pm Lunch and refreshment will be provided (One hour lunch break and two 15 minutes tea break)

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Course Fee

RM 7,500.00per person (All cheque must be crossed and made payable to SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd before the course commences)

Prerequisites A person with one to two years full-time vibration spectrum analysis experience is recommended; or with Vibration Analyst I Certification. General familiarity with using a calculator and with a computer is required. Good math skills and simple algebra, primarily solving for one unknown is a must. Some fundamental Trigonometry background will also prove helpful. Agenda

Brief Review of "ANALYSIS I" Seminar Topics: · · · · · Vibration Fundamentals Tabulation of Vibration Instruments Available Tabulation of Vibration Transducers Available Role of Spike Energy, Shock Pulse & HFD Common Pitfalls in Everyday Vibration Measurements Introduction to Natural Frequency Test Methods: · · · · · Difference Between Natural Frequency, Resonance and Critical Speed Impulse Natural Frequency Testing Run up and Coast down Natural Frequency Testing Bode' Plot Acquisition & Interpretation Polar Plot Acquisition & Interpretation

Principles of Digital Data Acquisition and FFT Processing for Reliable Spectral Analysis:

· · · · · · · · FFT Parameters (#Lines, Resolution, Frequency Range) Sampling & Digitizing Data FFT Window Selection Types of Averaging Effect of Overlap Processing Importance of Bandwidth & Frequency Separation Difference in Digital and Analog Overall Level Effect of Dynamic Range on Detection of Multiple Problems

Diagnostics Enhanced Vibration Diagnostics Using Phase Analysis: · · · · Definition of Phase Instruments and Transducers Required to Measure Phase Reliably And Accurately How to Make Phase Measurements Presentation of Standard Forms for Documenting Phase Measurements for Various Machine Types How to Accurately Interpret Phase Measurement Results to Diagnose Various Problems Using Phase to Find the Operating Deflection Shape of a Machine & its Supporting Structure



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Concentrated Vibration Signature Analysis Using Technical Associates' World Renown "Illustrated Vibration Diagnostics Wall Chart": Review of Problem Detection Covered in "ANALYSIS I" Seminar: · · · · · · · Mass Unbalance Eccentric Rotors Bent Shafts Misalignment Mechanical Looseness (3 Types) Belt-Drive Problems · InIn-depth Coverage on How to Detect the Following Problems: · Resonance Problems Characteristics Which Help Identify Possible Resonance from Survey Spectra. How to Approximate Nature Frequencies for both Overhung and Simply Supported Rotors. · Tracking of Rolling Element Bearing Using: Condition Using: Newly Available High Frequency Demodulated and Enveloped Spectra. Bearing & Structural Natural Frequencies. Bearing Defect Frequencies & Sidebands. Presentation of 6 Bearing Failure Scenarios. When Should Bearings be replaced? · Problems Plain Bearing Problems Plain Bearing Wear & Clearance Problems Oil Whirl Instability Oil Whip Instability Dry Whip


Rotor Rub Partial Rub Full Annular Rub FlowFlow-Induced Vibration Problems Hydraulic/Aerodynamic Forces Cavitations and Starvation Recirculation & Flow Turbulence Surge and Choking Gear Problems Gear Tooth wear Excessive Gear Tooth Loading Gear Eccentricity and/or Backlash Gear Tooth Misalignment Cracked or Broken Gear Teeth Fractional Gear Mesh Frequencies Hunting Tooth Problems


Electrical Problems With Induction Motors Stator Problems Eccentric Rotors (Variable Air Gap) Cracked, Broken or Loose Rotor Bars Thermally Induced Bow Electrical Phasing Problems Torque Pulse Problems

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Beat Vibration Problems Soft Foot/Distorted Frame Problems

Refine How to Refine Both Overall and Spectral Band Alarms Using Proven Statistical Techniques: · · Statistical Procedure Developed for Refining Overall and Spectral Band Alarms Real-World Applications of the Above Procedure on Machinery at 4 Client Plants

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· · · Definition of Narrowband Envelope Alarms Generating Envelope Alarms for a New Database Generating Envelope Alarms for a Preexisting Database

Introduction To Vibration Isolation Mechanisms:

· · · Definition of Vibration Isolation How Isolators Work Sample Isolator Types

Introduction To High Frequency Demodulated & Enveloped Spectra:

· · · What they are and How They Are Generated How They Are Used to Detect Bearing, Gear, Lubrication and Certain Electrical Problems

Vibration Introduction To Vibration Damping Treatments:

· · · Definition of Vibration Damping How Damping Affects Resonant Vibration Sample Damping Treatment

RealReal-World Case Histories

Trainer Resume

Trainer : Gary B. Patrick A. PERSONAL DETAILS NAME : Gary B. Patrick ADDRESS : Littleton, CO USA TELEPHONE NO. : 303-979-0506 NATIONALITY : USA FAX NO. : 720-981-4750 B. ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION Professional Qualification Certified Level III Vibration Analyst University & Qualification BSME, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio USA - 1978 Official Training Received : Numerous vibration analysis, modal analysis and dynamic balancing seminars C. WORKING EXPERIENCE Over 20 years experience in the vibration analysis and dynamic balancing fields. D. TRAINING EXPERIENCE AREA (S) OF SPECIALITY Entry Level Vibration Analysis Vibration Analysis I, II & III Dynamic Field Balancing Condition Monitoring Management Course E. CURRENT EMPLOYMENT SKF USA, SKF Reliability Systems, Kulpsville, PA USA

Formal Education Secondary : Junior & Senior High Schools

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F. OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION Extremely capable of handling complex topics and teach them in such a manner that can maximize comprehension. Relates well, not only

to experienced vibration analysts and engineers, but also to those just getting started in the vibration analysis and condition monitoring fields.


Technical Training Section Technical & Maintenance Support Center, Services SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd 432, Jalan Ipoh, 51200 Kuala Lumpur Tel: 03-4047 3333 Fax: 03-4044 9128, 4043 9381 E-mail: [email protected] [email protected] [email protected]

Level 2 - Vibration Analysis II_ISO Cat III_2009

2009 ASNT Vibration Analysis Training

How to register? Please complete the enrolment form below and send to us by fax/E-mail/mail. Fax : 03-4044 9128/4044 0760 03-4043 9381 Mail : SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd E-mail: [email protected]

432, Jalan Ipoh 51200 Kuala Lumpur [email protected] [email protected]

Enrolment Form

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Participant name (in full)



Level 1 25-28 May 09

Level 2 1-4 June 09

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SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd MAYBANK A/C no.: 014141-50233-2 HSBC A/C no.: 304-022643-001 Confirmation details: Upon received of your payment, an official receipt will be issued and send to your company. Terms & Conditions 1. Fees are inclusive of training materials, lunch, refreshments and ASNT Certification Test 2. Cancellation/Substitution: Provided the total fee has been paid, substitution at no extra charge up to 7 days before the event is allowed. Cancellation is nonrefundable 3. SKF reserves the right to cancel the course if warranted by circumstances beyond its controlled.

Training Venue: Level 1: SKF Training Centre, Jalan Ipoh, KL Level 2: SKF Training Centre, Jalan Ipoh, KL Training Fees: ASNT Level 1: MYR 7,300.00 per participant ASNT Level 2: MYR 7,500.00 per participant Early bird discount: A MYR200.00 discount will be offered for confirmed registration on or before one month of training commencement Payment Method: Payment is required 5 working days prior to the training date by CHEQUE: CHEQUE Made payable to SKF Malaysia Sdn Bhd Or TRANSFER: BANK TRANSFER


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