Vibration Analysis Category I

This Junior Vibration Analysis course is the ideal starting place for new vibration analysts, people collecting vibration data, and those who want a better understanding of vibration analysis and condition monitoring.  You will come away with a solid understanding of why we monitor the condition of rotating machinery and other critical assets, the importance of […]

This Junior Vibration Analysis course is the ideal starting place for new vibration analysts, people collecting vibration data, and those who want a better understanding of vibration analysis and condition monitoring.  You will come away with a solid understanding of why we monitor the condition of rotating machinery and other critical assets, the importance of improved reliability, and how vibration can be successfully measured and analysed to provide an early warning of a wide range of fault conditions.

Once you complete the training, you can take the exam with confidence, and become certified to ISO 18436-2 Category I via the internationally respected Mobius Institute Board of Certification [MIBoC]™. The MIBoC certification is accredited to ISO/IEC 17024 – there is no higher standard. You will join thousands of other Mobius™ certified analysts around the world.

Category I certification requires that you have demonstrated 6 months experience in vibration analysis, completed the course and successfully pass the Category I vibration analyst examination.

Who Should attend?

This course is intended for students who have below six months of experience in vibration data collection/ analysis. This is also designed for reliability and maintenance engineers to understand condition monitoring data with more knowledge on Vibration Analysis.

Maintenance practices

Condition monitoring

Principles of vibration

Introduction to vibration measurement

An introduction to the time waveform

An introduction to the spectrum

A brief introduction to phase

Signal processing (just the absolute basics)

Vibration analysis

What is resonance – a quick introduction

Diagnosing common fault conditions

Setting alarm limits

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