Detection and analysis of faults in industrial equipment (generators, engines, pumps)

 

Course objectives:

  • Understand and plan maintenance, prepare schedules, and control procedures required to manage maintenance during operation.
  • Understand maintenance, planning, schedules, and work control methods required to manage maintenance during downtime.
  • Evaluate how an automated maintenance management system can enhance and support real-time information for maintenance planning.
  • Effectively prepare schedules and control systems.
  • Evaluate the necessary practical requirements for an automated maintenance management system.
  • Evaluate and develop the most advanced maintenance strategy and the necessary procedures to make the most out of spare parts and how specialized computer-based systems contribute to facilitating these activities.
  • Gain knowledge of modern maintenance patterns.
  • Gain knowledge of the methods used to identify the necessary resources for the applications of modern maintenance engineering systems.

Targeted groups :

  • Managers and supervisors in the maintenance and technical management sectors.
  • Managers, heads of administrative departments, and those responsible for the operation and maintenance department.
  • All engineers, technicians, and everyone involved in maintenance, production, and operation.
  • decision-makers.
  • Business owners in the fields of production, purchases, maintenance, and technical support.
  • Everyone who finds himself in need of this course and wants to develop his skills and experience

Course content:

Unit One: The concept of faults :

  • Principles of troubleshooting
  • The basic principle for determining the fault
  • Fault analysis methods
  • The role of the operator in the reliability of the machine

Unit Two: Troubleshooting

  • Introduction
  • Maintainability
  • Status monitoring
  • Thermal imaging applications
  • Diagnostic patterns
  • Benefits of Vibration Analysis

Unit Three: Causes of malfunctions

  • Causes of malfunctions
  • erosion
  • corrosion classification
  • friction
  • lubrication functions
  • mechanical negligence

Unit Four: Diagnosing and repairing faults

  • Introduction to evaluation methods
  • Successful analysis
  • Imbalance
  • Bad alignment
  • Malfunction of the rotating parts
  • Mechanical faults
  • protection systems

Unit five: mechanical faults

  • Introduction
  • Indications of mechanical malfunctions
  • Mechanical faults and the importance of lubrication
  • Hydraulic circuit malfunctions
  • Protection Methods
  • operating conditions

Unit six: Cooling Circuits

  • Introduction
  • Cooling science for equipment
  • Cooling definition
  • Diagram showing how the cooling circuit works
  •  Analysis of faults and low efficiency

Unit seven: faults output

  • Environmental pollution
  • Contamination of products and low efficiency of the product
  •  fires
  • Economic losses

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