Rotating Machinery Analysis - an introduction to fault types and how to disguiesRegister now
Did you know in the average North American household today there are approximately 125 motors of various types?
From car electrically powered components, combustion engines to refrigerator compressors and more, we have to face the facts that rotating machinery is all around us!
Fortunately there are many specialized ways to analyze noise and vibration from rotating machinery, example: Order Tracking, Torsional Vibration, Envelope Analysis, Angle domain analysis, Polar Plot, Orbit Plots and Shaft Center line, Cepstrum, Operating Deflection Shape analysis, Operating Modal analysis and many more.
The implementation of such tools can propose different features to overcome test difficulties; some of those tools can be described as Time Synchronous Averaging, Tacho repair/regeneration, AutoTracking, Recording and Post-processing with multi-run average.