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MOL-82076 Machinery Monitoring, 5 cr
Machinery Monitoring
MOL-82076 2014-01

Lessons

Study type P1 P2 P3 P4 Summer Lecture times and places
Lectures
Excercises
Laboratory work
 2 h/week
 1 h/week

+2 h/week
+1 h/week
 6 h/per



 



 



 
Wednesday 14 - 16 , K4242


Description:

When passing the course student knows common methods for monitoring of machinery and he can apply the methods in right way in order to get reliable measurement results. He can plan the measurement action, choose right measurement method and measurement equipment and can define suitable measurement settings for certain typical machinery monitoring cases. Student gets familiarize with some ready-for-use measurement instruments and soft wares and he also can implement a personal measurement environment with graphical programming software. He knows standardised machinery operation monitoring methods and machinery vibration modal and operational modal analysis methods. The course concentrates on rotating machinery monitoring technology but also other methods like wear and material crack monitoring methods are handled shortly.

Person responsible:

Juha Miettinen

Target groups:

Automaatiotekniikka
Automation Engineering/Machine Automation
DI- ja arkkitehtiopiskelijat
Konetekniikka
Materiaalitekniikka
Materials Engineering/Material Science
Signaalinkäsittely ja tietoliikennetekniikka
Tuotantotalous

Assessment scale:

Numerical evaluation scale (1-5) will be used on the course

Methods of instruction:

Methods of instruction Hours
Lectures 56.0  
Excercises 28.0  
Laboratory assignments 8.0  

Study material Hours
Luentomoniste ja -kalvot. 10.0  
Oppikirjat 10.0  

Other measurings Hours
New tools and methods 10.0  
Preparation for examination 10.0  
Examination/partial examinatinss 3.0  
  135.0  


Contact teaching: 80 %
Distance learning: 5 %
Proportion of a student´s independent study: 15 %