New RedVector Series: Applied Vibration Analysis

RedVector is proud to announce the release of a brand new series on vibration analysis.  The series includes eight half-hour, mobile-ready courses providing learners with the information they need to analyze machine vibrations to determine issues that may eventually contribute to machine breakdown.

RedVector Applied Vibration Analysis Course

Nearly every machine in use today has one thing in common – they all experience a certain amount of vibration. In some cases, vibration is a normal part of a machine’s operation. In other cases, it can be an indication of a problem.  Being able to differentiate between normal and abnormal vibration is a vital part of mechanical maintenance and this RedVector series will give learners a better understanding of how to do just that.

This eight-part series includes the following titles:

Applied Vibration Analysis: Introduction

Applied Vibration Analysis: Collecting Spectral Data

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Spectral Data

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Bearing Vibrations

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Gear Vibrations

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Fan Vibrations

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Pump Vibrations

Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Motor Vibrations

After completing this RedVector series, learners will be able to define common vibration terms, identify cause for machine vibration, explain basic database set up, discuss safety practices, recognize developing bearing problems, define four fault frequencies, explain rolling element defect and cage defect, and much more.

RedVector has many other exciting courses launching soon.  Be sure to follow our blog and check us out on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-speed on all the latest eLearning news and course launches! For more information about this or other RedVector courses, contact our client support department today.

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