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Machinery Failure Analysis and Prevention

Overview

Course Description

This course presents the concepts and techniques of Maintenance, Reliability Management preventive, Predictive Maintenance and Machinery Failure Analysis. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of managers, engineers, assistants and all technical personnel involved in maintenance. The course starts with maintenance strategies, concepts, techniques and spare parts management system. It covers the role, impact, cost, and benefits of preventive and predictive maintenance. It also covers the condition based maintenance techniques and Machinery failure analysis in details. It covers the role, impact, cost, and benefits of Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM). It also covers the RCM techniques, software, and methods such as the seven stages of RCM and FMECA; in additional to the implementation steps. Total productive maintenance (TPM) program implementation is presented. By the end of the course, the attendees will be able to establish the maintenance system and techniques suitable to their own facilities.

Who Should Attend?

Operators, technicians, maintenance personnel, and engineers in the fields of: industry, gas turbine plants, heavy industry, electricity and water authority, chemical processing industries and oil industry.

Course Objectives

  • To understand the maintenance concepts and techniques
  • Understand the concept, performance measures, and analysis of preventive and predictive maintenance.
  • To describe the Maintenance & Reliability Management as the basis of maintenance.
  • To identify preventive maintenance planning and scheduling.
  • Discuss the causes, effects, and goals of a successful preventive maintenance program.
  • Explain how a computerized preventive maintenance program can be developed and implemented.
  • Knowledge of the potential contribution of preventive and predictive maintenance technique to maintenance efficiency and performance.
  • Knowledge of the condition based maintenance techniques and applications.
  • Practical approach to developing an action plan to utilize preventive maintenance in trainees area of responsibility, fitting into the overall maintenance organization and strategy
  • To understand the concept, performance measures, and analysis of RCM.
  • Knowledge of the potential contribution of RCM to maintenance efficiency and performance.
  • Guidelines indicating how RCM interacts with and supports other elements of maintenance strategy particularly condition monitoring and CBM.
  • Practical approach to developing an action plan to utilize RCM and TPM in the trainees area of responsibility, fitting them into the overall maintenance organization and strategy.

Location & Date

  • 2020
    • 20 May-23 May 2020
    • E-learning via Remote Traning

Fees

  • 2020
    • Per participant
    • USD 400
Fees + VAT as applicable
Tax Registration Number : 100139824100506

Course Outline

  • Day 1:

    Maintenance strategies

    • Types of Maintenance, Maintenance Strategies, Developments in Maintenance
    • Preventive Maintenance (PM), concepts, modeling & analysis
    • Introduction, PM Program Goals, Preventive maintenance advantages and disadvantages, Criticality & Vulnerability analysis and Assessment, Asset Criticality
    • Maintenance Logistics, Spares and cost Modeling & Optimization
    • Asset Management, Types of Decision, Equipment deterioration types, Spare parts management
    • Risk Based Maintenance
    • Understanding Risk, 7-Steps of RBM, Failure Mode Effect & Critically Analysis (FMECA).
    Day 2:
  • Condition Based Maintenance
    • Condition Monitoring Techniques, Vibration monitoring, Vibration analysis, Thermography, Oil Analysis, FFT Spectrum
    • Analysis, Electric analysis, Water inspection, Visual Inspections,
    • Ultrasonic inspections, Other Techniques
    Day 3:
  • Measuring Failures
    • System reliability, Achieving and improving system reliability.,
    • System configurations, Failure rate, Failure over time and equipment life cycle, Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF), Mean Time to Repair (MTTR), Availability.
    • Failure Detection and Analysis
    • Maintenance forecasting & capacity planning
    • Maintenance Costs
    Day 4:
  • Understanding Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
    • Reliability Centered Maintenance Performance Measures - Availability & OEE
    • Reliability centered maintenance Process and implementations
    Day 5:
  • RCM implementation-organization and sustaining benefits
    • Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
    • Work shop
    • The trainees will be divided to small groups and discuss the implementation method of learnt techniques in their work.