Basic Machinery Vibration (IMV) CAT-2 Vibration Institute USA CAT-2 Certification Exam Prep Course
A unique 5-day weekend course on BMV That prepares attendees to perform basic vibration analysis on industrial machinery using single-channel measurements, with or without trigger signals, according to established and recognized procedures. It covers basics of sensors, database and data collector setup, data collection, signal processing, fault analysis, and basics of single plane balancing. It is partial preparation for the Vibration Analyst Category II Certification Exam. The workshops and demonstrations scheduled throughout the training course are used to illustrate theory and applications.
- Evidence of training in accordance with ISO 18436-2
- Awareness of key International Standards covering vibration condition monitoring
- How to select the correct measurement location and axis, and collect good, repeatable measurement
- What the Fmax resolution, averaging and other analysis setting mean, and how to select the optimum setting for a wide variety of machine types
- How to analyze vibration spectra, time waveforms, envelope (demodulation), and phase measurements
- How to diagnose a wide range of fault conditions: unbalance, eccentricity, misalignment, bent shaft, cocked bearing, looseness, rolling element bearings faults, journal bearing faults, gearbox faults, resonance, and other conditions
Basic Machinery Vibration: Units, Properties, Measurements, Motions, Time, Excitation, Critical, Speeds, Frequency, and Amplitude.
Data Acquisition: Selecting a Measure, Transducers, Frequency Spans, Data Displays, and Calibration.
Data Processing: Instruments, Sampling, Aliasing, Windows, Dynamic Range, Averaging, Analyzer Set-up, and Filters.
Fault Diagnostics: Techniques, Operating Speed, Rolling Element Bearings, Gearboxes, Motors, Pumps, Fans, and Compressors.
Condition Evaluation: Shaft Vibration, Bearing Vibration, Casing Vibration, Historical Data Base, Charts and Graphs.
Machine Testing: Equipment, Site Inspection, Acceptance Testing, Baseline Development, Transient Testing, Presentation of Data and Reports
Periodic Monitoring: Listing Assets, Categorizing Priorities, Route Selections, Measurement Points, Frequency of Data Collection, Reporting of Results.
Single Plane Balancing: Type of Unbalance, Balancing Equipment, Pre-balancing Checks, Measurements, Trial Weights, Vector Method and Balancing Solution.
A Category II vibration analyst shall have all the knowledge and capability of a Category I Certified Person. They shall be capable of defining routine data collection activities including acquisition and analysis settings using basic signal analysis, collecting extra test points when unusual conditions exist, performing single channel impact tests, interpreting and evaluating test results in accordance with specifications and standards, diagnosing common faults, and recommending basic corrective actions. The Analyst shall be aware of and capable of recommending alternate condition monitoring technologies to verify issues raised as a result of routine condition monitoring. .
- Course Reviewer
- Training Examination on Course Content (One hour)
- Training Examination Review