Tagged With "Keynote Video"

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Video: Leadership Principles of Dr. W. Edwards Deming

Reliability ·
Source: The RELIABILITY Conference - Keynote Presentation - 59:00 Joyce Orsini - Author, The Essential Deming: Leadership Principles Fordham University professor and Deming expert Joyce Orsini draws on a wealth of previously unavailable material to present the legendary thinker's most important management principles in one indispensable keynote. This keynote reveals Deming's unique insight about: How poor management infects an entire organization The critical importance of management on...
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Video: On-condition Lubrication and Bearing Health Using Ultrasound

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This presentation reports on a further evolution - the use of an on-line monitoring system using contact ultrasound sensors to provide a continuous indication of the frictional state and early failure state of rolling element bearings.
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Why Drones Are the Next Internet

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Drone technology has been democratized and it’s now fast, cheap and out of control. It’s like the Internet all over again.
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You’re Making It Too Complicated

Reliability ·
We make problem solving more complicated than it needs to be
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Designing for Reliability (Video)

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According to Ramesh Gulati, designing for reliability (DfR) is the right approach to build reliability in assets.
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12 Seconds To Reliability: How Pit Crews Enable Winning Race Teams

Reliability ·
IMC-2016 Keynote Video - 47:07 by Breon Klopp, Sestrana Millions of dollars are at stake each week. Man and machine are regularly pushed to the point of failure. Years of preparation culminate in a few short seconds of performance with the success or failure of an entire organization weighing in the balance. The objective is singular; WIN. Click here to watch now
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A/D sound and vibration primer video

Bill Kilbey ·
Excellent video! http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab...er-on-digital-audio/
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A New Digitalization Strategy Framework to Advance Reliability and Asset Management

Reliability ·
An Internet of Things Knowledge Domain Creates Stakeholder Alignment and Common Language Sensors, cloud computing, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning – the Internet of Things (IoT) is coming to your plant or site! The IoT is expected to Revolutionize how you work. You likely have high hopes of its potential, but you also may have concerns about the volume, velocity, variety and veracity of data the IoT will bring and how on earth you will manage it. Security, the threat of...
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Re: RBMware/AMS upgrade

Racer98 ·
Sounds like we agree on just about everything. Bet that don't happen often. The 2 monitors set up works pretty good. It did require updating the video card in the computer, but that was a pretty cheap upgrade. The guys in here are running dual 19-21 inch monitors. I didn't have room on my desk for dual monitors without remodeling I didn't want done, so I am trying to get by using a single 22 inch monitor. So far, so good. That may change when they remove the old way looking at data. Thanks...
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Re: RBMware/AMS upgrade

Aubrey ·
Half of our group got 24 inch monitors the other half uses dual monitors. Instead of opting for a dual monitor video card we got a usb to dvi adapter and did not even have to crack a case. I found them for about 90 bucks online. We also had to upgrade from the standard company computers. The client side runs a lot faster now, but we still have trouble with the server if more than a couple of us are asking for data at the same time.
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Re: Who is accredited to certify?

Lou Pag ·
[QUOTE]Originally posted by Jason Tranter: MIBoC is in the process of becoming accredited in exactly the same way as the Vibration Institute and BINDT. MIBoC has to work though an organization called JAS-ANZ, which has the same status as ANSI and UKAS. Hello Jason, Congratulations!! Well, that sure took a lot of time and effort, didn't it - but you and your people did it. I just received the official announcement from the Mobius Institiute today. Now, the vibration analysis community can...
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Re: AC Hipot Testing

electricpete ·
A forum search: http://maintenanceforums.com/e...Type=1&search=Search ….leads us to his very last maintenanceforums post, dated 14 October 2009 07:14 AM in the following thread: http://maintenanceforums.com/e...=248107144#248107144 In that last post of Howard’s, he stated “I am just waiting for the video, then will comment on the setup.” Jan responded by posting his video demonstration the very same day (14 October 2009 11:11 PM). But Howard never did return to provide any comment or to...
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Re: Gear oil failures in windmills

Walt Strong ·
I guess the failure in the video shows everything comming back to earth! Does this save some expense for a crane to remove gearbox? Walt
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Re: monitoring recommendation

Walt Strong ·
John, Very nice video. For monitoring: proximity probes are out (no metal; sorry Bently!). I would use a microphone, since it can detect speed changes, vibrations, leaks and structural failure (broken glass). Walt
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Re: Reverse Rotation Protection

Dave Reynolds ·
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqrASwrrlTY I see you mention "back into the wet well" Is this a self priming pump? Lifting the water from a pit up into the pump? The youtube link shows this model of pump also has a suction check valve internal to the pump. If the discharge check valve hangs up then this check valve will stop the flow back into the pit. In the video you will notice grooves in the check valve, these are burst locations. If the back pressure is too great the center will burst...
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Re: Newbie ODS/Modal. Any tips?

Dave Reynolds ·
http://www.vibetech.com/go.cfm/en-us/content/support Torptorp, Here is a link to Vibrant Technology web page, they are a reseller of ME Scope. If you login to their site they have video tutorials and application notes. Their manual walks you through setting up a machine, collecting data and animating. Lots of bells and whistles to look at and not an easy software program to grasp, but continued use will make it easier to understand how to go from start to finish. Full Spectrum Diagnostics in...
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Re: Question on RCM's Operating Context

Vee ·
Josh, When manufacturing Capital equipment items, be they Cars, Airplanes, Pumps or Video Recorders, the designers use the extreme ends of the range of Operating Contexts. Thus a Mercedes Benz car will be designed to operate in Alaska winters as well as summers in Saudi Arabia, by a 20 year old who drives rashly to a retired old lady who uses the car for her weekly shopping. As a result, the maintenance requirements increase, to suit the wide range of operating envelopes. Thus a vendor's...
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Re: the first mains-powered motor (1887)

Reid Welch ·
Hello professional friends, It's now more than one year later. Today I have access to basic DSL, enabling YouTube posting of video. Last night I made a crude movie of the old motor in order to share it with the general public. I want to share it with you guys first, though; you're the first ones who helped me with the motor. Francis B. Crocker was right in there at the beginning of electrical power transmission. His career was long and prolific. I realize today, more fully than last year,...
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Re: Applications in Power Plants

Zee-Vibe ·
There are lots of uses of ultrasound in power plants such as leak detection, bearing analysis, valve inspection, steam trap analysis and etc. CSI has one such product in the market,SONIC SCAN.
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Re: The difference between reliability and availability

Joe Petersen ·
Thought I'd share a few other points of view on MTBF Attached is an article from RELIABILITY®Magazine on Equations of RCM that contains a definition of MTBF Also a link to wikipedia and what they say along with a link to an article cited in their backup information http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MTTF http://www.vicr.com/documents/quality/Rel_MTBF.pdf I think this points to one of the main problems we have in our profession, too many definitions for the same terms. How can we all talk about...
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Re: Video tutorial: Taking infrared pics with a standard digital camera

JKEngineer ·
Terry - Until I saw your response to John, I did not think you had confused thermal infrared with the infrared of your original posting. "Infrared": means below red. The wavelength of infrared light, whether reflected or emitted is longer than the visible region we can see. The wavelength of thermal infrared is dependent on the temperature of the body that is emitting it. The wavelengths gets shorter as the object gets hotter. Eventually, at high temperatures, the wavelength is short enough...
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Re: Video tutorial: Taking infrared pics with a standard digital camera

JKEngineer ·
It is fair to call it Infrared Photography. Essentially this is also what is obtained with infrared film -- reflected light photography in the (near) infrared region. There is actually a lot of this on various photography websites. IIRC Kodak's infrared film was sensitive in this region. I have had many arguments about its not being thermal infrared. In fact, I have had engineers tell me that 30-40 years ago they used to use film for thermal infrared of buildings, but I think they are...
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Re: RELIABILITY AND SAP-PM

Mr.IR ·
Mr Paulius i would like to see online demo but if you can post video before demo , that will be better. thanks & regards
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Re: RELIABILITY AND SAP-PM

Mr.IR ·
i am waiting for the video for clear concept for relation between SAP & Reliability Thanks
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Re: Developing a planning & scheduling system in SAP

Bart Lorang ·
Greetings, SAP Planning and Scheduling is not the simplest thing to perform to achieve with Vanilla SAP. There are certified solutions available, and my company actually sells one called eMESA. You should check out http://www.dts-global.com/ and the product eMESA with is essentially a web front-end for SAP that includes planning and scheduling. Check out the Voice Narrated video demos and screenshots. It could be worth your time and make your use of SAP much easier! I am going to be in the...
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Re: Videos

kljaf' ·
I've used the video feature on my work camera many times for both analysis and illustration of equipment problems.I don't know how interesting mine would be to the rest of the forum. However I would love to see how others make use of video. Would you have a built in widget to automatically compress huge file types like .MOV to .AVI similar to the way YouTube does?
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5 Steps to Best In Class Oil Analysis

MouadC ·
Oil analysis best practices Are you making the most of your lubrication program? Is your oil analysis giving you what you need? Use the above link to watch a video and benchmark Vs best practices.
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An Approach to Deploying Maximo Video

Reliability ·
MaximoWorld-2018 Community User Group 50:08 by Keith Cooke Accenture will present the critical elements of a successful implementation for Maximo, in conjunction with other supporting applications, leveraging Agile development and ITAR compliant cloud techniques, in support of a less than a 6-month deployment. Key successes and lessons learned from the program will be discussed. The presentation will further describe how the transformation value was captured throughout the program lifecycle.
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Re: Point labels not showing up in ME'Scope

Jon McFadden ·
Hi Steve, Did you get the label problem figured out? Can you post the video with the <animate><contours><fill> and <values> turned "ON"? I am curious about the amplitude of the possible mode shape.
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Re: kompressor vibs

@@ ·
True fully reverse precession is almost impossible to achieve due to a rub without completely wrecking the machine shortly there after. There is a common mythology that says, reverse precession = rub. 99.999 percent of the time reverse precession = instrument problem not rub. This myth has been propogated by a Bently training video that shows a reverse precession orbit in an experimental setup that is practically impossible to duplicate in a real machine in the field. I wish they would quit...
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Re: kompressor vibs

VibrationWorks ·
Damn Right!!! ... If you have a rotor-rub problem you don’t need an analyser to diagnosis it!!! ... … same goes for partial rub
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Art Crawford Memories Project

Reliability ·
Reliabilityweb.com and Emerson Process are collaborating to collect and publish a series of remembrances of Art Crawford, one of the people who created the Vibration Analysis and Condition Monitoring community we now know but also a great person, engaging storyteller and spiritual leader. We are seeking any articles, letters, notes, presentations, photos, video clips, audio clips or item that will help us remind old friends who Art was and bring his life a new group who will surely benefit.
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Re: PHOTOGRAPH USING DIGITAL CAMERA AND STOBOTAC 1538-A

Rusty Cas ·
Most digital cameras have a shutter mode that is "continuous"... just hold it down and it keeps snapping until you release the shutter button. With a flash, the shutter rate is determined by how fast the flash recycles, so a fully charged battery helps. You can also tune your strobe to the turning speed, and just take a video with any video or digital camera. There will be "glitches" but it's fairly smooth. You can just "rotate" the shaft around to the part you want to see with the speed...
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Re: Horizontal motor – step increase in vib and growling noise.

electricpete ·
Thanks Walt. Will definitely take those items into account. (And I'll start the Shiner Bock cooling in the fridge) Since we have a new video feature on the forum, I will use it to link with video that has the growling in the background. The video sound is dominated by high pitch sound which is normal, but the growl is low pitched noise that comes and goes every 1.5 seconds. You have to listen closely thru the tiny pc speaker to appreciate the texture.... but when you stand next to the...
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Re: Horizontal motor – step increase in vib and growling noise.

electricpete ·
Thanks for all the good comments. Update on the oil pressure indicator: if you put your hand on the indicator, the needle movement stops, so it seems safe to say that we are seeing is simply mechanical vibration affecting the indicator, not an actual oil pressure fluctuation. However the vibration response of the indicator itself is a very interesting story – if you look at the gage you would never guess it was caused by vibration (the needle swings slowly and the gage housing doesn’t...
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Re: Horizontal motor – step increase in vib and growling noise.

Ralph Stewart ·
Pete, I just listened to you video on youtube. There is very little doubt in my mind now of what this is. A rotor problem. Loose end ring or broken bar(s). The beat sound is too clear. I may be wrong, if so then but I think not. Thanks for all the updates, etc.
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Any idea what is this?

Jib ·
I ran into this short youtube video showing some monitoring thingy. any idea what this is? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_OqxNNP-KI
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Re: quiz - non-sync peaks with spacing ~0.8x

electricpete ·
But now that you mention it: The 2nd machine with the same symptoms (FTF sidebands around BSF harmonics where BSF harmonics were very low) had the symtpoms with very high magnitude at the inboard bearing. Disassembly of the inboard bearing showed similar poor lubrication conditions. However on the outboard bearing, we noticed that when we held the bearing in our hand, we could rotate the inner ring without rotating the cage (see attached video). I attributed it to the grease being cool and...
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Beach Russ 30-WS Vacuum Pump

rgf12 ·
I was asked to look at our seal oil vacuum pump because it is making a "weird" noise. Attached is the TWF showing 1x/2x. As this is the first data point on this machine is this a normal signature? The noise is very distinct but I haven't heard it...
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Re: Most important aspect of alignment is.....

William_C._Foiles ·
You've been watching the slime on the video too often.
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Re: Most important aspect of alignment is.....

Dan Timberlake ·
Re: Most important aspect of alignment is.....
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Re: Current Problem

electricpete ·
I say one of two things. 1 – Broken rotor bars. It causes current oscillation at pole pass frequency. It wouldn’t normally cause this large variation unless the condition was very severe. Slip is not necessarily a sensitive indicator for broken bars. I’d think you would likely be able to hear a distinctive pulsating growling noise if it was that bad. 2 – Torsional resonance of the electromechanical system excited by load torque variation at a frequency of 500cpm ~ 8hz or 500cpm/2 ~ 250cpm =...
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2130 monitor display

tcvib ·
I am wanting to display my 2130 screen on a monitor/flatscreen TV to help newbies see functions of the 2130 without everyone hovering over you. Anyone did this before, I have an external video card and plugged it up but no go. Thanks for the help.
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Reliability TV - Making Something Out Of Nothing - Rapid Results in Maintenance Reliability

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The key premise of this video on demand presentation is that most programs reinforce existing barriers to performance improvement and emphasize activity over results.
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Re: Reliability Web Case Study......yeah but.......

Rusty Cas ·
.... take a strobe light and tune it about 100 rpm below the running speed, and you actually can see it undulating. With the strobe light on it, you can sometimes use a digital video camera an take a movie of it.
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Video: Improving Business Performance Through Contract Lubrication

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Lubrication represents 1-3% of the maintenance budget
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1250 Hp. Reliance motor oscillating while running

Sledder ·
Hello all, I have 3-1250 Hp. Reliance drive motors on an overland conveyor. One of the motors seems to be oscillating when running, this is creating noise in the gear train due to the oscillations. I have strobed the H/S coupling at 1800 RPM and it appears the motor is trying to stop. When you look at the attached video you can hear the gearmesh noise when the coupling drops down. I have strobed the other 2 motors and you can see the same thing with the coupling and slightly hear some...
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Re: Human Factor in Maintenance

Guest ·
Rolly, This may be of interest to you. Its title is "Human factors guidance for selecting appropriate maintenance strategies for safety in the offshore oil and gas industry" It was one of the many good documents sponsored by the Health and Safety Executive of the UK.
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Re: Findings Summary Report

MotorDoc ·
Shelley, et.al. One of the key areas of the disconnect in maintenance and management communication is the production of reports that prompt the decision-maker to act. We are presently working on a larger project on maintenance and management communication. Part 1 covered the history that led to the disconnect and a PROACT Root-Cause-Analysis study (see attached). Part 2 is in development and is specifically a study on the development of reports. Howard
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Re: IR in Oil & Gas

Zee-Vibe ·
Try the GasFindIR
 
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