IMA 211 Vibration Principles II
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IMA 211 is a continuation of IMA 210 and successful students will be able to select the appropriate machinery vibration measurement technique; maintain a database of results and trends; establish and implement general overall level alarms; set up instruments for the basic resolution of amplitude, frequency and time; perform basic vibration analysis of machinery and components, such as shafts, bearings, gears, fans, pumps and motors, using spectrum analysis. In addition you will be able to classify, interpret and evaluate the test results in accordance with applicable specifications and standards; understand basic single plane balancing concepts; be aware of some causes and effects of bad measurement data; perform basic bump tests to determine natural frequencies and recommend minor corrective actions
Prerequisite: IMA 210 or permission of instructor.
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