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VIBRATION & INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

VIBRATION & INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

VIBRATION & INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

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I'M MARINE SERVICE ENGINEER IN BARCELONA (SPAIN) AND I'D LIKE START A STUDY ON FAILURE PREDICTION WITH VIBARTION ANALISIS. IT'D BE HELPFUL ADVISE ON ANY STUDY DEVELOPED ON THIS FIELD. THANKS IN ADVANCE, MOGO mogollon@teleline.es

RE: VIBRATION & INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

This involove vibratoin back ground in addtion to Failure Analysis. You should start learning abuot vibratio concept , preventive maintenance and rotating equipment principle.

RE: VIBRATION & INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINES

You could try SNAME (Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers), or contact one of the marine classification agencies (Lloyds, ABS, etc.). ABS instituted a condition monitoring option (including vibration analysis) for shipboard machinery a few years ago. I know BC (British Columbia) Ferries has been using vibration analysis for condition monitoring, maybe they have some results available.

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