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Work Identification WI305 Applied Modal and Operating Deflection Shape Analysis

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Introductory analysis lecture
This portion of the course provides background information on Experimental Modal and Operating Deflection Shape (ODS) Analysis topics with extensive case histories and instructor experience . Advanced analysis without complex mathematics Understanding modes of simplified animation shapes (beams, columns, plates, and shells) How to construct meaningful computer models of machines and structures Choosing required numbers of points and directions for ODS and Modal analysis Recommended measurement setups for ODS and Modal analysis field testing How to accurately interpret computer model animations (leading to problem resolution) How to confirm what specific component is resonant on a complex machine, support frame, foundation and attached piping, ductwork, and more How to identify optimum corrective actions Presentation of numerous demonstrations and class exercises ODS and Modal real-world case studies Plant personnel that need a basic understanding of Modal and Operating Deflection Shape Analysis techniques on machinery and structures, as well as a practical understanding of MEscope VES modal/ODS software . Professionals whose primary responsibility is the maintenance of high level performance, reliability, and availability of critical process machinery, including rotating machinery specialists and consultants, advanced mechanics, engineers, and advanced technicians .

To provide students with a working knowledge of Experimental Modal Analysis and Operating Deflection Shape Analysis (ODS) from a field vibration analyst perspective . Upon completion of this course, students learn how to: Create computer models of plant machinery and structures Acquire meaningful Modal and ODS measurements Generate and import Modal and Operating Deflection Shape analysis measurements Generate meaningful machinery computer animations needed to detect and resolve noteworthy problems such as resonance, structural weakness, foot related problems, design inadequacies, sources of excessive vibration .
2013 course schedule
July 1519 Charlotte, NC
Class starts Monday at 8:00 AM and ends Friday at 12:00 Noon

Course objective

The hands-on training utilizes the MEscopeVES Handbook . This is a continually updated practical step-by-step software guide and reference source that can be consulted over and over again . Complex methodologies are completely worked out for the student helping to ensure accurate analysis and repeatable results . Multiple hands-on projects that include real-world data cover all major MEscopeVES software applications . Establish a project Create a computer model of a machine or structure Import data from the data acquisition instrument ODS and ODS FRF data interpretation Modal data interpretation Modal analysis curve fitting and generation of computer animations Structural dynamics modification (SDM) Students are required to bring a laptop computer with Windows XP or Vista. Vibrant Technology MEscopeVES software and extensive training manuals will be provided.

Hands-On MEscopeVES Software Training

Prerequisite
58 years full-time vibration analysis experience . SKF Vibration Analysis III (WI213) and SKF Advanced Vibration Analysis (WI304) or commensurate field experience . Knowledge of vibration sensors and vibration instruments .

2013 tuition
Public classes On-site per class $13,495 5 $495 per person # people 6+ people $1,995

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