Jul 13 2020 to Jul 17 2020

Rocky Mountain Training Center
Pioneer Engineering
Fort Collins CO

Nov 16 2020 to Nov 20 2020

Gulf Coast Training Center
McNeese State University
Lake Charles LA
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Advanced Applied Vibration Analysis – ISO Category III

Rocky Mountain Training Center
July 13-17, 2020

Gulf Coast Training Center
November 16-20, 2020

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Students who successfully complete the advanced applied vibration analysis course will be able to compute statistical alarms, interpret Lissajous Orbits, and apply advanced FFT techniques (i.e. Synchronous Time Averaging, Order Tracking and Demodulation) and time domain analysis on a variety of machine assemblies. This class is intended for maintenance technicians and engineers who want an advanced course in vibration analysis.

Follows Category III Guidelines Established by ISO 18436-2, “Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machine – Requirements for training and certification of personnel – Part 2:  Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics”
 
Prerequisites: Two years or more training in mechanical technology or mechanical engineering at an accredited college, university or technical school is strongly recommended. Candidates should be able to manipulate simple algebraic equations, use a basic scientific calculator, and be familiar with the operation of personal computers. 

Continuing Education Credit Hours: 40 Hours

Advanced Applied Vibration Analysis Course Objectives:

  • Select the appropriate machinery vibration analysis technique
  • Specify the appropriate vibration instrumentation hardware and software for both portable and permanently installed systems
  • Establish vibration monitoring programs, including the determination of machines for periodic and continuous monitoring, frequency of testing, route plans
  • Perform single plane field balancing
  • Measure and perform diagnosis of single-channel frequency spectra, as well as time domain plots such as waveforms and orbits, under both steady-state and unsteady operating conditions, with or without a phase trigger
  • Use acceleration enveloping (demodulation)
  • Establish and implement the use of statistical overall level alarms, spectral band alarms, and narrowband spectral alarms
  • Establish programs for the specification of vibration levels and acceptance criteria for new machinery
  • Measure and analyze basic operating deflection shapes
  • Report to management regarding program objectives, budgets, cost justification and personnel development
  • Understand and be able to direct the use of alternative condition monitoring techniques
  • Prepare reports for appropriate personnel on machine condition, recommend corrective action and report on the effectiveness of repairs
  • Recommend field corrective actions such as balancing, alignment and parts replacement
  • Provide instructions and technical direction to vibration trainees

Optional Category lll- ISO Certification Exams

ISO Accredited Certification through the Vibration Institute requires a total of 110 hours of formal training or independent study, Category II Certification, 36 months experience, and examination. The ISO Category lll exam is an additional $400 and administered the following morning after the last day of class. Please note the ISO exam application and approval from the Vibration Institute must be completed 20 days prior to the exam date. Also it is strongly recommended for the student to attend a Dynamic Balancing class just prior to taking Vibration Institute ISO Category lll exam.
 
Advanced Applied Vibration