CBM CONNECT Presents:
Diagnosing Gearbox Faults with Vibration Analysis by Jason Tranter, Founder & CEO, Mobius Institute
Gearboxes are one of the most critical components in many plants; either because of their replacement cost and lead-time, and/or because of the criticality of their service. They also pose significant challenges for vibration analysts. Collecting waveforms and spectra that will indicate the presence of a fault, and accurately diagnosing the nature and severity of the fault, can test the skills of most analysts. In this Webinar, Jason will utilize a range of animations and animated simulators to explain how spectra, waveforms, time synchronous averaging, and auto correlation can be used to diagnose faults.
1. What are the key defect frequencies and waveform patterns for the most common failure modes?
2. What is the best way to set the spectral and time waveform measurement settings?
3. How can spectra, time waveforms, TSA, auto correlation, and circle plots be used to detect and diagnose fault conditions?
About the Presenter:
Jason Tranter is the founder and CEO of Mobius Institute. Jason has been involved with vibration analysis since 1984 and is the author of the majority of the Mobius Institute courses and e-learning products, which includes the Category I, II, III, and IV vibration courses according to ISO 18436-2, and the iLearnVibration product. Jason has been involved with vibration analysis in the field; he developed vibration monitoring and automated diagnostic systems in the US and Australia; and for the last 20 years, he has devoted his time to education and certification in this field, and reliability improvement in general.
Mobius Institute now has training centers in over 50 countries, has trained over 25,000 vibration analysts globally, and certified over 20,000 analysts via the Mobius Institute Board of Certification [MIBoC] (which is accredited to ISO/IEC 17024 and ISO 18436-1).