Course Catalog 2014-2015
MOL-82096 Machinery Diagnostics, 5 cr
|Study type||P1||P2||P3||P4||Summer||Implementations||Lecture times and places|
Accepted examination and exercises.
Hyväksytyt tentti ja harjoitukset.
Completion parts must belong to the same implementation
When passing the course the student knows operation monitoring, condition monitoring and machinery diagnostics processes. He knows the fundamentals of machinery vibration and he can identify normal running state and fault states from measurement result. Student can carry out analysis, diagnosis and conclusion of the running state of common industrial machinery by using measurement results and fault finding carts and diagnostics standards. He can implement special signal feature extraction procedures and simulate fault phenomena by using graphical programming soft ware. Student gets familiarize with multi parameter diagnostics and automated machinery diagnostics carried out by neural network and expert systems as well as safe running time prognostics methods.
|Content||Core content||Complementary knowledge||Specialist knowledge|
|1.||Operation monitoring and condition monitoring. Monitoring, analysis, diagnostics and prognostics procedure.||Fault mode simulation with LabView software.||Neural networks in data mining and diagnostics of machinery.|
|2.||Fundamentals of machine vibration. Torsional vibration.||Instrumentation for measurements and analysis.||Theory of lateral and torsional vibration of rotating rotor.|
|3.||Vibration signal analysis methods. Beating and modulation. High frequency vibration diagnostics. Acoustic emission.||Trouble-Shooting case studies.||Barring vibration of rotating rolls in contact.|
|4.||Rolling and sliding bearing diagnostics. Gear transmission diagnostics. Universal shaft and shaft alignment disgnostics. Centrifugal pump diagnostics.|
|5.||Oil monitoring methods. Rainflow analysis of designs. Fault finding charts and standards.|
Instructions for students on how to achieve the learning outcomes
Accepted examination and exercises. Exercises are compulsory and they form a part of the final score of the cource.
Numerical evaluation scale (1-5) will be used on the course
|Type||Name||Author||ISBN||URL||Edition, availability, ...||Examination material||Language|
|Book||Fundamentals of rotating machinery diagnostics||Bently, D.E., Hatch, C.T., Grissom, B||ISBN 0-9714081-0-6||Bently pressurised beraing company. 2002. Minden, NV, USA||No||English|
|Book||Introduction to Machinery Analysis and Monitoring, second edition||Mitchell, J.S.||0-87814-401-3||PennWell Publishing Co. 1993. Tusla, USA||No||English|
|Book||Rotating machinery vibration. From analysis to troubleshooting||Maurice L. Adams, JR||978-1-4398-0717-0||CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group. 2010. Boca Raton, New York, USA||Yes||English|
|Lecture slides||Machinery diagnostics||Juha Miettinen||Lecture slides and text material||Yes||English|
Prerequisite relations (Requires logging in to POP)
Correspondence of content
More precise information per implementation
|Implementation||Description||Methods of instruction||Implementation|
|When passing the source the student knows principles of most common condition monitoring methods and principles of determining the running situation and principles of fault diagnostics. The student can identify normal and abnormal phenomena of different machines based on measurement results. He can choose suitable vibration monitoring method for typical industrial machinery and he can analyse measurement results. The student can combine different measurement data and machine data for defining the running state of a machine or carry out fault diagnosis.|| Lectures
Contact teaching: 80 %
Distance learning: 5 %
Self-directed learning: 15 %