Vibration Problems in Machines: Diagnosis and Resolution

2nd Edition

Arthur W. Lees

CRC Press
June 5, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 384 Pages - 126 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367367749 - CAT# 328836

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This book explains how to infer information about the internal operations of rotating machines from external measurements through methods used to resolve practical plant problems. Second edition includes summary of instrumentation, methods for establishing machine rundown data, relationship between the rundown curves and the ideal frequency response function. The section on balancing has been expanded and examples are given on the strategies for balancing a rotor with a bend, with new section on instabilities. It includes case studies with real plant data, MATLAB® scripts and functions for the modelling and analysis of rotating machines. Book is aimed at students and researchers in mechanical engineering including structural vibration, machine design, condition monitoring and Explores modern ideas on signal processing and instrumentation and necessary rotor dynamic theory in one volume Consolidates machine vibration analysis, measurement and interpretation Covers realistic plant operation procedures Includes basic discussion of the effects of faults Discusses real plant examples using Matlab toolbox supported by lecture slides


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