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Condition Monitoring of Machinery Using Computerized Vibration Signature Analysis

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1 Author(s)
Renwick, John T. ; Shaker Research Corporation

Condition monitoring programs offer an innovative means for modern rotating equipment plants to implement and schedule predictive maintenance as opposed to relying on conventional preventive maintenance techniques. Although careful consideration is required during initial program planning and selection, these programs offer great flexibility since they may be designed for basic, Intermediate, or advanced needs. In addition a variety of monitoring methods may be incorporated in a program, ranging from basic sensing techniques to sophisticated hardwired computer stems. A viable condition monitoring program provides industry with a practical and cost-effective solution to the dilemma of accurately scheduling plant maintenance and coredly diagnosing heavy machinery problems.

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Industry Applications, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:IA-20 ,  Issue: 3 )