Comprehensive Booklet Covering Each of the Problems Presented in the Wall Chart - Use of Vibration Analysis to Detect a Variety of Machine Problems using Technical Associates' Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Wall Chart (183 page booklet only)
• This extensive text was developed to serve as the "vital link" needed to comprehensively discuss each of the 44 problems included in the 4th edition of our world renown "Illustrated Vibration Diagnostic Wall Chart".
• Its development included extensive research and field trials over a period of approximately 15 years by a number of analysts and engineers at Technical Associates.
• Separate sections are devoted to each of the problems shown in the Diagnostic Chart (and are periodically updated as new information becomes available).
• Each such section includes: (1) practical presentation of theory for each of the problems; (2) professionally designed illustrations which help the reader improve comprehension of the causes and effects of each problem; (3) presentation of key formulas (where applicable) needed to calculate the forcing frequencies generated by each problem [i.e., bearing fault frequencies, a series of gear frequencies (including gear mesh frequency and many others), resonant frequencies, certain electrical frequencies, belt frequencies, blade pass and blade rate frequencies, etc.].
• Experience over the past decade has shown that this comprehensive paper with its numerous real-world example data has been one of the most effective tools in helping analysts throughout the world: (1)enhance their understanding not only on how to detect this great number of potential faults, but also on how to assess "how much is too much vibration"; (2) determine what recommendations are required to resolve such problems; and (3) show the analyst how to develop concise reports clearly listing each fault which was detected on each problem machine, what corrective measures are required on each such machine, and when corrective actions should be taken.
• Full implementation of the information contained within this paper can help elevate a Condition Monitoring Program to one of great credibility which can achieve highest possible returns on investment in the program.
• This statement is based on the testimonies of analysts worldwide who have had access both to the Diagnostic Chart and to this extensive paper.