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Specific, practical guidance for every individual involved with solving process machinery problems. The single source reference for explanations of fundamental machinery behavior, static and dynamic measurements, plus data acquisition, processing and interpretation. A variety of lateral and torsional analytical procedures, and physical tests are presented and discussed.
Successful machinery analysis requires the diagnostician to understand the mechanical equipment, the measurement of vibration and other parameters, plus the underlying physical principles that govern the rotor dynamics. This book covers all three areas, presenting explanations of machinery characteristics, and the use of vibration measurements and analytical models. It covers on exceptionally broad range of process machinery, including industrial steam, gas and hydro turbines, centrifugal and reciprocating compressors, expanders, gear boxes, pumps, motors, blowers plus vertical and horizontal generators and drives.
Acerca del Autor - Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr., P.E. and Robert C. Eisenmann, Jr.
Robert C. Eisenmann, Sr., P.E. (retired) is currently the President of Wilpat, Inc. in Missouri City, Texas. He is affiliated with SULZER Rotating Equipment Services in La Porte, Texas with his primary responsibility as training personnel about machinery diagnostics. A graduate of the Illinois Institute of Technology, Robert is a member of the National Society of Professional Engineers and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Robert C. Eisenmann, Jr., is currently the R & LT Machinery Advisor and Downstream Machinery SETA of BP PRODUCTS North America, Inc. in Missouri City, Texas. He is responsible for troubleshooting, repair, and refurbishment of process equipment. Robert is a graduate of Texas A&M University, a member of the America Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Petroleum Institute and the Texas A&M Turbomachinery Symposium Advisory Committee.
Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - Dynamic Motion
Chapter 3 - Rotor Mode Shapes
Chapter 4 - Bearings and Supports
Chapter 5 - Analytical Rotor Modeling
Chapter 6 - Transducer Characteristics
Chapter 7 - Dynamic Signal Characteristics
Chapter 8 - Data Acquisition and Prcessing
Chapter 9 - Common Malfunctions
Chapter 10 - Unique Behavior
Chapter 11 - Rotor Balancing
Chapter 12 - Machinery Alignment
Chapter 13 - Applied Condition Monitoring
Chapter 14 - Machinery Diagnostic Methodology
Chapter 15 - Closing Thoughts and Comments