Make vibration monitoring live up to its potential

Marscher, William D.; O'Keefe, W.
July 1994
Power;Jul94, Vol. 138 Issue 7, p54
Trade Publication
Discusses the need for reliable vibration information evaluated along with other key indicators of machine health for an effective predictive-maintenance (PM) program. Techniques for determining whether vibration is acceptably low; Artificial-impact excitation; Test locations. INSETS: Keep in mind the objectives for PM.;New approach proposes expansion of experimental data...


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