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Challenges of Monitoring Slow Speed Components on Critical Assets

Jonathan Sharf | Condition Monitoring Engineer, ONYX InSight
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

Sharing the challenges of remote monitoring of critical rotating machinery, presented by an engineer who monitors thousands in their portfolio.

Learning Takeaways:

1. Slow speed components are often the biggest, heaviest, and most expensive parts in your system and adequate condition monitoring can prevent minor failures from turning into catastrophic disasters
2. Monitoring methods should be adapted to the asset being analyzed, not the other way around
3. Long-term monitoring provides the best approach for mitigating risk and budget planning for asset owners and operators

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Jonathan Sharf monitors 1000+ wind turbines from a variety of different OEMs. Apart from performing advanced signal processing, Jonathan performs SCADA analysis, one-off vibration health assessments, and extensive customer interaction which includes advanced vibration training courses. When not working, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his young family and his favorite leisure activity is Rock Climbing.

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David Stevens IEng, FIDiagE, FISCM,
David Stevens IEng, FIDiagE, FISCM,
1 year ago

Thanks Jonathon, I really enjoyed this session and support all you said, after my 35 years as a Condition Monitoring Analysts and Teacher, Slow Speed application has always been a very interesting, and challenging topic.. Well done Sir.

d.r avi sharf
d.r avi sharf
8 months ago

great amigo

About the Author

Jonathan Sharf Condition Monitoring Engineer, ONYX InSight

Jonathan Sharf monitors 1000+ wind turbines from a variety of different OEMs. Apart from performing advanced signal processing, Jonathan performs SCADA analysis, one-off vibration health assessments, and extensive customer interaction which includes advanced vibration training courses.

When not working, Jonathan enjoys spending time with his young family and his favorite leisure activity is Rock Climbing.