Alignment + Balancing
In this Nine Minutes of Knowledge, Datong shares a Paper machine case study and explains how to detect bearing defaults and what applications were used to fix the issue..
- Ivan Salim
- SPM Instrument Indonesia
The early detection and fault analysis of bearing problems is crucial. When a rolling-element bearing develops flaws on the races and/or rolling elements, there are four vibration frequencies that can result...
- Pawel Lecinski
Dara O’Sullivan, System Applications Manager at Analog Devices, answers questions about technology trends in Condition based Monitoring as well as how to get application insights and choose the best sensing solution for your system requirements.
- Dara O'Sullivan
- Analog Devices, Inc
Rao Vamsidhar is a Maintenance Manager having a rich experience of 20 years in the rotating machinery field. He has begun his career as a Management Trainee in Power Engineering Maintenance department in Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, India in 1998 and successfully progressed and elevated to the position of Assistant General Manager in 2016. Today he talks about his career, plans as a MOBIUS CONNECT Brand Ambassador and...
- RAO VAMSIDHAR
- VIZAG STEEL
The Society for Maintenance and Reliability Professionals (SMRP) is preparing to welcome attendees for its 29th Annual Conference. Hear from SMRP Executive Director Erin Erickson about what's in store for attendees at this year's event.
Accurate placement and precise shaft alignment of machinery components is key for optimal and efficient operation. Although none of the traditional methods are bad or inadequate if carried out correctly, they can be complex and time consuming the least..
- Geert van Rijswick
- van Geffen AMS BV
The simulator of measuring system (Lead Phase or Lag Phase), phase convention (Rotating Scale or Fixed Scale) and scale direction (Contrary to Rotation or Same of Rotation), shows, during rotation, for the first turn the tachometer event...
- Jose Mendez Adriani
- Central University of Venezuela
Next-generation sensors based on MEMS technology, combined with advanced algorithms for diagnostic and prognostic applications, expand opportunities to measure a variety of machines and improve the ability to effectively monitor equipment, improve uptime, enhance process quality, and increase throughput. This 5 minute fact reviews misalignments and their characteristics to provide insights into some of the key system requirements that must be considered when developing a condition-based monitoring solution.
- Pete Sopcik
- Analog Devices, Inc
We used to assume that once the equipment is installed and aligned, it will remain in the same position forever. But this is not always the case..
- Roman Megela