Condition Monitoring of Industrial Machines - IMTMA/M006

Programme Background

All the machines in industry need to be maintained for a trouble free service. There are many types of Maintenance strategies. “CONDITION MONITORING†is one of the strategies which can keep the machines in working condition at its highest efficiency and avoid unwanted and costly breakdown. Over a period of time, the “Condition Monitoring†has been evolved in to a very sophisticated science. Condition monitoring is similar to monitoring the BP / Sugar and BMI of humans! While these parameters indicate the healthiness of humans, the Vibration, noise, temperature, current, power consumption etc. indicate the condition of the machine. These parameters if recorded and analyzed over a period of time, tell about the condition of the machine and warn a possible failure in future.

Focus Areas
  • Introduction to Condition Monitoring
  • Various MaintenanceStrategies
  • Predictive Maintenance – CONDITION MONITORING
  • Parameters for Condition Monitoring
  • Theory behind each parameter
  • Mechanical Parameters
    • Vibrations
    • Noise
    • Temperature
    • Pressure and flow of fluids
    • Condition of fluid
    • Shock pulse indication
  • Electrical Parameters
    • Current
    • Voltage
    • Frequency
    • Power Factor
  • Demo of measuring parameters in CNC machines

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