Vibration Analysis Courses
Emerson’s vibration analysis course offerings include both theory/application classes as well as product-specific classes for periodic and continuous vibration monitoring.
All machinery health courses offered by Emerson (excluding certification exams) have been recognized by the University of Tennessee Reliability and Maintainability Center for course credit towards their reliability and maintenance certificate. For more details, please see their website.
This courses is intended for personnel with single-channel vibration analysis experience and little/no multi-channel experience.
This class covers advanced signal processing using Emerson's patented PeakVue™ technology for slow-speed analysis, coherence and cross-channel phase, operating deflection shapes (ODS), modal analysis, and other advanced techniques.
This 4-day course completes the single-channel vibration analysis training program.
This 4-day class is intended for the student who desires an integrated, hands-on approach to vibration analysis.
Fundamentals of the 2130 is a two-day training course to familiarize students with the basic operations of the CSI 2130.
Fundamentals of the 2140 is a two-day training course that covers the basic operations of the CSI 2140.
This 2-day course was designed for those who have had no prior experience in vibration.
This course complies with Category II Vibration Analyst per ISO standard 18436-2: Vibration condition monitoring and diagnostics.
This 4-day course is designed to teach Operating Deflection Shape (ODS).
This 3-day course provides insight into advanced functionality of Emerson’s patented PeakVue technology and Autocorrelation.
This 3-day course provides participants with the tools they need to establish an analytical program for addressing significant machinery and system problems known as Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA).