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i. Learn. Interactive Mastering Vibration Analysis: Learn : : Try : : Apply
i. Learn. Interactive Overview § Why do you need training? § Why do you need analysis assistance? § What is i. Learn. Vibration?
Do you need training? i. Learn. Interactive § There is a HUGE amount to learn § So many technical terms and principles § So many analysis techniques and fault conditions § Where do you turn when you have questions? § Books, technical papers and Web sites § That’s a lot of reading, and a lot of clicking!
i. Learn. Vibration training i. Learn. Interactive § Solution: i. Learn. Vibration § Step-by-step, fully narrated training § The slides are read to you § You can just sit back and listen, like a video § Or you can sit up and take control § Easy to search for the material that answers your questions § Available 24 hours per day!
i. Learn. Interactive i. Learn. Vibration training
i. Learn. Interactive i. Learn. Vibration training
i. Learn. Interactive i. Learn. Vibration training
i. Learn. Interactive i. Learn. Vibration training § We cover everything from the most basic, fundamental topics (for the absolute beginner) to more advanced topics like phase analysis, diagnosing machine faults, high frequency bearing analysis techniques, and much more § There are over 1800 ‘slides’ with over 7. 5 hours of narration (voice recordings) § There also over 400 quiz questions § The quizzes help you to check that you have understood the material
Do you need more than ‘just’ training? i. Learn. Interactive § Do you learn from training alone? § It is essential that you are taught the terms, techniques and skills § To prepare for the ‘real world’, you need to practice your new skills § You need the chance to practice on machines with known faults – practice makes perfect § Solution: i. Learn. Vibration [Professional] § Case histories and virtual test rig
i. Learn. Interactive Case history with historical data
i. Learn. Interactive Case history with ‘live’ data
i. Learn. Interactive Virtual test rig with ‘live’ data
What do you do when you are on your own? i. Learn. Interactive § Once the ‘training’ has ended… § Everything you have learned will help… § Practice with case histories will help… § But what about when you have questions? § What do you need? § You will need refresher training § You need quick access the information most often required § You need help with spectrum analysis
Refresher Training i. Learn. Interactive § The training is available 24 hours per day § § § § Look for the material that answers your question Utilize the bookmarks for have created Search on specific fault conditions Search on specific machine types Look up special test settings Review how to set up your database And so on…
Search the training material i. Learn. Interactive Search the training
Reference Center i. Learn. Interactive § The Reference Center allows you to… § Search the training material § View a tree of common faults (imbalance, etc. ) and a tree of common symptoms (sidebands, harmonics, etc. ) § With supporting information and links to the training § Convert units, view forcing frequencies, and more § Refer to an excellent glossary
i. Learn. Interactive Reference Center: Search
i. Learn. Interactive Reference Center: Fault tree
i. Learn. Interactive Reference Center: Symptoms tree
i. Learn. Interpreter i. Learn. Interactive § But when it comes to spectrum analysis… § First you have to identify the patterns § Harmonic and sideband series § Then you have to determine the likely reason for those patterns § Imbalance, looseness, bearing faults, broken rotor bars, etc.
i. Learn. Interpreter i. Learn. Interactive § i. Learn. Interpreter performs both tasks… § It studies the spectrum, looks at all of the peaks, then places markers on the key series § It highlights each of the harmonic and sideband series § It will find patterns that you did not even know were there § Then it provides an explanation for each pattern § Imbalance, looseness, bearing faults, broken rotor bars, etc. § And it provides an explanation, with links to the training material (if you own it)
i. Learn. Interpreter i. Learn. Interactive § i. Learn. Interpreter works with all major vibration analysis programs § CSI RBMWare (Machinery Health Manager), Entek/Rockwell Odyssey, SKF Machine Analyst, Commtest ASCENT, DLI Expert. ALERT, PRÜFTECHNIK OMNITREND, SPM Condmaster Pro, and others § It works by ‘looking’ at the spectrum on the screen § You don’t have to make any preparations § Just drag the ‘helping hand’ from the system tray to the graph
i. Learn. Interactive Interpreter
Bottom line: i. Learn. Interactive § With training and assistance: § You will detect and diagnose faults earlier § You will have greater confidence in your judgment § You can improve teamwork and increase cooperation § You will often get an earlier warning of a machine fault § There will be fewer unexpected machine failures
i. Learn. Interactive Common questions § § § Do I really need i. Learn. Vibration? How often will I use i. Learn. Vibration? Does i. Learn. Vibration mean I can’t go to class? Will I be able to teach myself? How can I justify the product? How do I convince my manager?
Common questions: Do you really need i. Learn. Vibration? i. Learn. Interactive § “I have been doing just fine without it!” § What you don’t know can hurt you • Are you sure there are no gaps in your knowledge? § A great deal can be achieved if everything is done correctly • But how do you know? § Have you ever had a question and wanted a quick answer? § Have you ever seen something unusual in a spectrum? § Have you ever had to train a new staff member?
Common questions: How often will I use i. Learn. Vibration? i. Learn. Interactive § “Will I use it after an initial training session? ” § Absolutely – you will use it over and over! § It was not designed to just provide a once-off course § Lots of our users report that they use i. Learn. Vibration more than once per week • i. Learn. Interpreter gets used far more frequently
Common questions: Will I still go to class? i. Learn. Interactive § “But shouldn’t I go to training class? ” § i. Learn. Vibration is not designed to replace training class • You can still go to class • Interaction with the instructor and other ‘students’ is important and helpful § But courses have their limitations • Most people only retain 30% of what was taught • Who/what do you turn to when you return? § Solution: Do both! • Get i. Learn. Vibration before you go to class for greatest effectiveness
Common questions: Will I be able to teach myself? i. Learn. Interactive § “I don’t learn well unless I am in a structured class” § Remember, i. Learn. Vibration is not designed to replace the training class • It is more useful as a source of refresher training and a source of answers to tough questions • You don’t have to sit down with the system for hours at a time: you either use it when you have questions, or you can take one lesson at a time, once per day – whatever you like!
Common questions: I am not sure we can afford it? i. Learn. Interactive § “Some general training CD are just $150” § § i. Learn. Vibration is far more than just a “training CD” It contains very specialized information It includes tools to help you do your job You spent “thousands” on your vibration monitoring system: • A relatively small additional investment will help you to gain maximum benefit • What you learn, and the faults Interpreter helps you find, could result in “thousands” of dollars saved/avoided in downtime/repairs/parts
Common questions: How can I convince my manager? i. Learn. Interactive § “I am not sure my manager will approve it” § You may need to admit you need help… § You need to try and put the benefits in terms that relate to your situation • The need for staff training • Was there a fault you missed that may have been caught if you owned our product? • Look at our customer list – can you see a competitor of yours? § We have a document that might help • www. ilearninteractive. com/Why. Purchasei. Learn. Vibration. pdf
The history of i. Learn. Interactive § Development began in 1988 § Mobius has extensive software development, condition monitoring, and training experience § § First released October 2000 Version 2. 0 released October 2001 Version 3. 0 release March 2004 Thousands of people trained in 60+ countries § Users include: GM, Boeing, NASA, GE, ABB, Alcoa, US Navy, and many other large and small, experienced and inexperienced users
Customers* § Duke Energy, Arizona Public Services, Wisconsin Electric Power, Carolina Power & Light, Collie Power Station, Edison Mission Energy, Hydro Tasmania, Loy Yang Power, Pacific Power Tech Services, Western Power, Yallourn Power § Trans. Alta-Centralia Mining Co. , Trans. Alta. Sundance, Newmont Mining, Alcoa, BHP, Western Mining, Elementis Chromium, North Star Steel, Hamersley Iron, Golden Bay Cement, NZ Rail, Argyle Diamond Mines, Air Liquide, Aquip § Cranfield University (UK), University of Washington, Collège de Sherbrooke, University of South Carolina, California State University Maritime Acadamy, Florida State University, Monash University, Nanyang Technological University, Queensland University of Technology, University of Queensland, Umea University, University of Pretoria, Växjö University, University of Adelaide, University of Brazil, North Sydney Institute of Tafe § US Dept of State, US Navy, Australian Navy, Indian Navy, NAVSHIPYD Puget Sound § NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Boeing, Space Gateway Services, Kennedy Space Flight Center, Strategic Weapons Facility Atlantic Amoco Fabrics and Fibers, Arabian Industrial Fibers Quali. Test Division of Hi. Speed, Machinery Condition Monitoring Inc. Lafayette Industrial Training, Precision Balancing Service, Cal-Air, CW Pope, CDS Condition Monitoring Service, Monitek, Predictive Maintenance Solutions Port Townsend Paper, International Paper, Norske Skog, Chetwynd Pulp Company, Fletcher Challenge Canada, Fort James Corp. , Louisiana-Pacific Canada Pulp § Central Alberta Midstream, Agrarium, Husky, BP, Amoco Chemical Malaysia, EKA Chemicals Canada, New Oil Field Services, Woodside Petroleum GM, Daimler. Chrysler, Mercedes Benz § i. Learn. Interactive General Electric Energy, GE Plastics, General Mills, Merck, Eli Lilly, RR Donnelley, York International, Riverwood International, Murray Goulburn § § Cargill, Honeywell, Rockwell, Kellogg Brown & Root, ABB, Siemens § * Customers as of Jan 2002
i. Learn. Interactive What is it? § It comes on CD § Install it on your computer § 600+ MB of files can be copied to the hard drive or network, or it can be left on the CD § It is tied to a dongle attached to the parallel port or USB port § Multi-user network licensing is also available
X X X Advanced training topics Entry level topics and more advanced training for the analyst and person who wishes to become advanced X X X i. Learn. Certification For in-house certification and preparation for commercial certification i. Learn. Interactive Entry level training topics Entry level training for the vibration technician and person who collects vibration data X X X Reference Center To assist the analyst in fault diagnosis, and to provide quick answers to tough questions X X X Virtual Test Rig Gain measurement and analysis experience with a virtual fault demonstration rig X X Case Histories Gain measurement and analysis experience with 50 virtual machines with live and historical data & reports X X Machine Faults and Alarms Build machine models, view the forcing frequencies and build band envelope alarms X X Signals Create your own signals and study data processing X X Instructor Lesson plan, easy access to simulators, and tools to give professional classroom training i. Learn. Interpreter Analyze the spectra displayed on the computer screen (in your vibration analysis program) – provide diagnostic assistance and explanations X X
A review of the main benefits i. Learn. Interactive § A great way to jump-start a program § Less expensive than traveling to class § Excellent in combination with a training class § § § Train lots of people instead of just one Provide refresher training Always available: 24 hrs, 7 days a week Gain experience (put it into practice) It is an excellent reference Will directly help you analyze data
Conclusion i. Learn. Interactive § Training is required to be successful § Background theory, practical information, provide a reference, gain valuable experience § i. Learn. Interactive successfully provides that training § It is inexpensive and very effective § It will help you achieve better results § It can help you reduce equipment downtime
i. Learn. Interactive Thank you! Any questions?