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Recommended Reading List for Reliability Newbie

Reliability ·
I got an email request and I thought the reply might be useful for some AMP members. Question: If you had a new young business analyst starting at Reliabilityweb.com who had no knowledge of Asset Management or Reliability best practices, what would...
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Re: Centrifugal Pump Installation Procedure

John from PA ·
I would suggest you get a copy of API 686 Recommended Practices for Machinery Installation and Installation Design. See https://global.ihs.com/doc_det..._name=API%20RP%20686 for the details. You might also review http://turbolab.tamu.edu/proc/...3/TurboTutorial6.pdf for some worthwhile information.
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Centrifugal Pump Installation Procedure

Ben Kling ·
Does anyone have a good check list or procedure for installing a centrifugal pump or runner?
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Re: Centrifugal Pump Installation Procedure

a_sarwat ·
Good Luck, Ahmed Sarwat Senior Rotating Equipment Engineer ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions
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Re: Centrifugal Pump Installation Procedure

pal ·
check the attachment for guide lines this is for crane but u can follow for most of the centrifugal pumps.give me ur pump model make etc., so that we give the guide lines specially.
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ADRE 408 Sampling Rate - 25,000 samples/second

Graeme Bennett ·
Dear Users We are long term users of the ADRE 408 data acquisition system, monitoring vibration information on our large rotating machines. We typically monitor vibration levels from Bently Nevada non-contact shaft proximity probes, and numerous seismic transducers during our machine testing. We have a new requirement to monitor bearing housing vibration, and perform a kurtosis analysis on the data. For this we need a sampling rate of 25,000 samples/second. I know the fastest sampling rate...
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Re: ADRE 408 Sampling Rate - 25,000 samples/second

John from PA ·
Asynchronous sampling can be accomplished at 128 to 128kHz; 2.56 x Frequency Span or 50, 100, 250, 500, 1k, 2.5k, 5k, 10k, 25k, 50k Hz. However, I'm not too sure you can extract the info you desire.
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