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instruments for measuring vibration

instruments for measuring vibration

instruments for measuring vibration

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what are the usual instruments used for vibration analysis of machinery?any sites..some info..please.

RE: instruments for measuring vibration

You may wish to read Chapter 25, "Modern Marine Engineer's Manual" published by Cornell Maritime Press.

Clair

RE: instruments for measuring vibration

As an ex marine engineer myself I know the problems associated with carrying out vibration analysis on board ship.  Most people these days still use portable vibration analyzers such as the DI1100 or the CSI2200 but we have started using online monitoring systems for marine applications.

The system we use is Guardian and you can check it out on our web site with a pdf download on http://195.102.12.29/AngelBrochure.pdf

If you need any more info just let me know.

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