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Training course:
Vibration analysis based on Laborelec vibration monitoring system (LVMS)

Where: Laborelec, Linkebeek Belgium
When: 04/03/19 tot 05/03/19
Duration:

VCA OHSAS 18001 training course Turbo machines vibration analysis

This training course provides an introduction to the use and interpretation of measurements made with the Laborelec Vibration Monitoring System (LVMS). It includes an introduction to the theory and practice of lateral vibration analysis of large rotating machinery. Theoretical concepts are explained by means of case studies arising from extensive experience of vibration monitoring, as used in more than 100 shaft lines around the world.

More info on Laborelec vibration monitoring system (LVMS)

Half day: introduction to the interpretation of vibrations and visualisation

introduction to the interpretation of vibrations and visualisation of the vibration behaviour of large rotating machines using the LVMS, including initial execution with the support of ENGIE Laborelec’s vibration experts.

Important concepts covered are:

2 days: Advanced version LVMS

This more advanced version allows operators to more independently interpret the LVMS data and to take relevant corrective actions or operating decisions autonomously. This module includes a full day of practice on computers in order to become fully comfortable with the LVMS behaviour, as well as practical interpretation, giving participants a more in-depth knowledge and experience with LVMS.

Target audience of the training course

Power plant operation and maintenance personnel. Technically skilled personnel who would like to acquire a background in the purpose and benefits of vibration analysis on large turbo machines.

Contact for more info on the training course

Phone: +32 (0)2 382 02 08
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