Course 3

When

 

Monday April 26, 2021 at 8:00 AM EST

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Friday April 30, 2021 at 12:00 PM EST
  

 

Where

 

Nissan Decherd Training Facility

520 Powertrain Dr., Decherd, TN 37324
  

 

***Food/Drinks provided during breaks and lunch each day of training...

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nearby Hotels

 

Quality Inn 

1838 Decherd Blvd, Decherd, TN 37324           Hotel Registration Information

 

Best Western

1602 Dinah Shore Blvd, Winchester, TN          Hotel Registration Information

 

 

Contact

University of Tennessee

Kim Kallstrom

kkallstr@utk.edu

Reliability Solutions

Terry Southall

terrysouthall@reliabilitysolutions.net

 

What can you expect to learn in Condition Monitoring Technologies?
Preface:
 

In this course, students develop a practical understanding of the most commonly applied condition monitoring methodologies. Asset Strategy Development principles are advanced to apply the right technology, at the right

time and place and with the right person. Students

return to the plant with the ability to more effectively

communicate with condition monitoring personnel,

assist in effective performance audits of the current

asset base and suggest improvements to monitoring

strategies.

 
Objectives:
The course begins with a practical view and a
sequential approach to managing asset reliability risk
with correct analysis techniques, problem resolution and correct documentation application. Students are presented with predictive technology condition monitoring analysis and field utilization techniques for vibration, ultrasound, infrared and oil analysis. Then, students are prepared with detailed condition assessment information and site application observation questions to assist in the evaluation of current monitoring systems effectiveness and efficiency. Finally, tips, tricks and ideas as how to best improve these various program results are presented.
 
Attendees return to the plant with the ability to more effectively communicate with condition monitoring personnel, assist in effective performance audits of the current asset base and suggest improvements to monitoring strategies

 

Subjects (included but not limited to):

 

Condition Monitoring

•    Machine Failure Assumptions

•    Failure Development Curve

•    Causes of Machinery Failure

•    Problem: Detection, Investigation

      and Analysis

•    Resolve: Correction and Improvement

•    Document: Maintaining and Measuring

      Work Results

•    Visual, Audible and Tactile Inspections

 

Vibration Analysis

•    Detection and Analysis Overview

•    Terminology: Amplitude, Frequency,

      Phase, Severity and Resonance

•    Data: Acquisition, Instruments,

      Transducers and Location

•    FFT: Principles and Process

•    Analysis Application Sequence: Machinery Information and Data Interpretation

 

Ultrasonic Utilization

•    Technology, Terminology and Principles of Operation

•    Typical Applications: Compressed Air/Gas, Steam Traps and Valves,

      Electrical, Bearing Failure Detection and Lubrication

•    Vital Program Components: Collection, Analysis,

      Reporting and Common Challenges

 

Practically Applying Infrared

•    Introduction and Technology Overview

•    Principles of Operation

•    Sources of Error and Limitations

•    Understanding: Spot Size, Emissivity, Ambient Conditions

      and Common Misconceptions

•    Types Available and Typical Applications

 

Oil Analysis

•    Purpose of Lubricants, Types of Friction and Lubrication Films

•    Understanding Lubricant Properties: Viscosity, Ph, Oxidation,

      Pour Point, Water Separation, Color, Bases and Additives

•    Overview of Analysis Practices: Sampling, Field, Laboratory

      and Commercial Testing

•    Cleanliness: Practical Standards and Measurements

 

Applying PdM Technologies

•    Common Machinery Faults and Application Enhancements:

      Misalignment, Unbalance, Resonance, Bearing Defects,

      Journal Style Bearings, Looseness, Flow and Electrical Problems

•    Determining Machinery Problems - Primary and Secondary Technologies:

      Motors, Centrifugal Pumps, Fans and Blowers, Gear Drives and Compressors

 

Target Participants:

ERMS  has been carefully designed for anyone who has a role in reliability including Production and Maintenance leaders, supervisors, engineers, and lead hands. Reliability leaders, managers and engineers. 

 

Prerequisite:

 

ERMS Bootcamp and Course 2 

 

Duration:

 

4 1/2 days of formal training 

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