Simplified Handbook of Vibration Analysis Vol. 2
The Simplified Handbook of Vibration Analysis series explains how to determine the health of rotating/reciprocating machinery by analyzing vibration signatures. Written in a non-technical, easy-to-follow manner, these books emphasize practical experience and real-world problem solving. Although some mathematical equations are included in the text, a background in physics or mathematics is not necessary. The emphasis is on how to measure and resolve vibration problems, not on why the vibrations behave the way they do. These texts will be an invaluable resource for any maintenance personnel responsible for machinery vibration analysis. Volume 2 focuses on applied vibration analysis. There are chapters focusing on vibration sources and analysis techniques for specific machinery: fans, pumps, motors, compressors, turbines, and engines. Other chapters discuss vibration considerations for power transmission components such as gears, belts, chains, universal joints, and flexible couplings. Two chapters discuss vibration analysis techniques using analog and digital analyzers. These are followed by a chapter on data collection techniques, which provides detailed information on planning and implementing a vibration data collection program. Finally, two chapters discuss the theory and application of Experimental Modal Analysis and Finite Element Analysis.
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