Workshop: Advanced Vibration Analysis

24.04.2008

For industry like power generation, petrochemical and other processing industries, vibration analysis has been the technique of choice for monitoring the condition of large, critical pieces of rotating equipment and has proven economic benefits.

Workshop: Advanced Vibration Analysis

Workshop: Advanced Vibration Analysis

Great saving are realized by improving the performance of the machines so that they can last longer, requires less downtime, consume less power and improve plant productivity.

UNI Strategic, a provider of bespoke corporate and training events, is organising the workshop "Advanced Vibration Analysis" from 18th – 20th June 2008 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

The Advanced Vibration Analysis masterclass will offer you the opportunity to learn more about various aspects of vibration including vibration measurement, interpretation and modeling. Advanced vibration concepts are presented with a practical approach in mind. The learning will be accentuated through discussion of case studies and industry best practices.

The course facilitator Dr. Robert Badgley has over 40 years of experience in vibration and has built up a wealth of practical experience with organizations throughout the world. He is specialized in forensic engineering, directed at understanding and resolving machinery failure problems, sometimes catastrophic, in various types of plant machinery, including fans, blowers, motors, generators, compressors and turbines.

Targets:

  • Get a deeper and stronger understanding of vibration and more effective controlling methods

  • Build practical problems solving techniques through case studies and best practices illustrations

  • Garner knowledge about new, advanced practices and relevant special specifications

  • Develop a systematic thinking process to identify root cause of vibration problems from the analysis of a variety of symptoms

  • Apply test-and-proven techniques for reducing vibration of your rotating equipments and prevent vibration problems

  • Examine critical elements for effective vibration prevention and monitoring system design

For further information, please contact: Tan Pei Di (Ms.) (with subject code “AVA 2008”)

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