What is the Introduction to Condition Monitoring?

Introduction to Condition Monitoring:Condition monitoring is the process of monitoring a parameter of condition in machinery (vibration, temperature etc.), in order to identify a significant change which is indicative of a developing fault is called Condition Monitoring.In this article,I am going to explain about what is the Introduction to Condition Monitoring in a detailed manner.
Introduction to Condition Monitoring
Introduction to Condition Monitoring

CONTENTS Of Introduction to Condition Monitoring:

  • What is a machine?
  • What is Life cycle cost ownership?
  • Why machine health gets affected?
  • What is Bath Tub Curve and what is its importance?
  • Failure data results
  • Aging of moving components
  • Healthy machine requirement
  • What happens when oil films break?
  • What is sick machine?
  • What are the symptoms of sick machine? 

Explanation of Condition Monitoring:

  • It is a major component of predictive maintenance.
  • The use of condition monitoring allows maintenance to be scheduled or other actions to be taken to prevent failure and avoid its consequences.
  • Condition monitoring has a unique benefit in that conditions that would shorten normal lifespan can be addressed before they develop into a major failure.
  • Condition monitoring techniques are normally used on rotating equipment and other machinery (pumps,internal combustion engines, presses).
  • While periodic inspection uses non-destructive testing techniques and fit for service (FFS) evaluation which are used for stationary plant equipment such as steam boilers,piping and heat exchanger’s.
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