Vibration Problems in Machines: Diagnosis and Resolution describes how to infer information about the internal operation of a rotating machine from external measurements. In doing so, it examines vibration signals that occur under a variety of failure conditions, including rotor imbalance, misalignment, rotor cracks, gear wear, turning instability, and other problems.
Understanding vibration signals from turbo machinery is an important feature in many industries. It forms the basis for condition monitoring and is crucialin the rapid diagnosis and correction of faults.
About the Book
Vibration Problems in Machines Covers a wide range of technologies needed to monitor, analyze, and diagnose rotating machinery in operation:
- Covers a wide range of topics, from displaying complex data to how to match model data with plant data.
- Describes the physical basis of fault signals and the necessary signal and data processing techniques.
- Provides fresh insight into the phenomenon of misalignment and the future of smart machinery.
This book includes case studies using real plant data, MATLAB scripts and functions for modeling and analyzing rotating machinery, end-of-chapter problems, and a solution manual for course adoption. This book provides a valuable resource for those seeking to make optimal use of complex and often conflicting data.