10 Things Every Vibration Analyst Needs to Know for Good Data Collection and Analysis [Maintenance Tip]

December 11, 2015 tohanlon@reliabilityweb.com

Shaft speed of machine being analyzed. Type of bearings involved (sleeve vs. rolling element). Rolling element bearing part numbers and manufacturer(s). Internal configuration of equipment. Machine History. Proper data collection location. Proper sensor to use for data collection. Proper data collection setups to ensure correct data is collected. Is the primary energy sub-synchronous, synchronous, or non-synchronous?…

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