Operation & Maintenance of Rotating Equipment

Place- الموعد Date - المكان
2017-04-02 00:00:00 Malaysia
2017-09-03 00:00:00 Turkey
2017-12-03 00:00:00 Dubai

Who Can Benefit?

§  Field junior engineers, senior & junior maintenance technicians

 Course Objectives:

To provide the operation & maintenance engineers & technicians with the means to properly operate and support the rotating equipment in a way based on the good acquaintance with the modern technologies applied in this field. Trouble-shooting & forecasting break downs are inclusive.

 Course Outline:

§  Technology and operation of rotating machines.

§ General Aspects of Machine Technology.

§  Main parts of the machines: casing, rotor, bearing, coupling.

§  Auxiliaries: flushing, heating and cooling, lubrication systems.

§  Maintenance: assembly and dismounting procedures, inspection,

§  Clearance, adjustment & alignment.

§ Operation and Performance

§ Process Aspect.

§  Running parameters, head, flow, rpm, and efficiency.

§  Characteristic curves. Regulation. Start-up, routine survey. Effect of internal wear.

§ Mechanical Aspect.

§  Stress in machines. Influence on lifetime, on damage. Failure prevention; monitoring, repair quality.

§ Common Troubles

§   Internal leakages. Unbalancing. Wear and ruptures, vibration.

§   Technology and Maintenance of the Machine components.

§ Lubrication.

§  Purpose, lube roles, different types of oil and grease. Practical aspect.

§ Bearings.

§  Anti-friction bearings: types, lifetime, mounting, applications, related problems.

§  Plain and pad bearings, thrust bearings; operation, maintenance, incidents.

§ Sealing Devices for Pumps and Compressors.

§  Mechanical pump seals, types, operation, related problems. Installation, geometrical checks.

§  Other seals for positive displacement pumps and reciprocating compressors.

§ Rotors and Shafts.

§  Balancing: eccentricity, tolerances.

§  Assembling on shaft: effect on balancing.

§  Geometrical shaft controls.

§  Forecasting Breakdowns.

§ Study of Ruptures and Wear and Other Failures.

§  Typical damage to machines: problems and causes of failures, influences of metallurgy and surface treatments.

§  Fatigue, wear and tear.

§  Rupture face analysis.

§  Use of Vibration Surveys in Forecasting