Second-level Vibration Diagnostics Training
Objectives : To conduct a second-level diagnostic using advanced analysis techniques. Specific application to kinetically complex or low-speed machines. Consideration of interactions between the machine's vibratory behaviour and its passive (structure) and active (process) environment.
- Vibrations and internal forces: transfer function, frequency and fundamental natural mode, resonance.
- Shock theory
- In-depth analysis of the dynamic symptoms of various faults.
- Advanced signal processing techniques applied to second-level diagnostics.
- Analysis of transient conditions: speed, load.
- Diagnostic methodology