IMTMA Training Centre

Noise and Vibration control of Industrial Machines

Focus Areas

  • Vibration
    • Introduction to Vibration with basic theory
    • Causes of Vibration
    • Introduction to Rotor Dynamics
    • Balancing
    • Alignment
    • Vibration Measurement
    • Vibration Analysis of Rotating Machines
    • Standards and Acceptance Limits
      • Vibration
      • Balancing
      • Alignment
    • Diagnostic Charts
    • Design of Rotating Machines for Reduced Vibrations
    • Number of case studies
  • Noise
    • Introduction to Noise
    • Causes of Noise
    • Noise Measurement
    • Standards and Acceptance Limits
    • Noise sources in Rotating Machines
  • Design of Rotating Machines for Reduced Noise


The performance of the rotating machines in the plant is designated as "SMOOTH” or "VIBATING" and "NOISY" or "SILENT". In general, the smooth machines produce less noise and vice the versa. While, the output of the machines and the quality of product is directly proportional to the level of vibration, the noise of the machine affects the health of the operator and personnel around the machines. It has been found that the unbalance constitute as much as 80% of vibration problems in rotating machines. It also a fact that the vibrating machines generally produce high noise. It is proven that the vibration is beginning of the failure that leads to noise, heat and subsequent seizure. Hence it is most important to study the vibration and noise phenomenon in industrial machine in detail.

The programme will focus on various elements of automation and the economic benefits derived through applying automation in the manufacturing process. Participants will get an overview of the application of automation and technical information for implementation in their organizations.

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