Balancing of Rotating Machinery (BRM)

Turbines & Rotating Equipment​

Balancing of Rotating Machinery (BRM)

The Balancing of Rotating Machinery (BRM) course focuses on the principles, techniques, and methodologies involved in balancing rotating machinery. Balancing is crucial for ensuring the smooth and efficient operation of rotating equipment, such as turbines, pumps, fans, and motors, by minimizing vibrations, reducing wear and tear, and enhancing overall performance.

The course covers the following key topics:

  1. Balancing fundamentals: Understanding the basic principles of balancing, including the causes and effects of unbalance, vibration analysis, and the importance of achieving balance in rotating machinery.
  2. Balancing techniques: Learning about different balancing methods, such as static balancing, single-plane balancing, and two-plane balancing, and the tools and equipment used for balancing.
  3. Balancing procedures: Step-by-step guidance on how to perform balancing on various types of rotating machinery, including data collection, calculation of unbalance, correction methods, and verification of balance.
  4. Field balancing: Techniques and considerations for performing on-site or in-field balancing of machinery to minimize downtime and improve operational efficiency.
  5. Balancing standards and specifications: Familiarization with relevant industry standards and guidelines for balancing practices, including ISO standards and equipment manufacturer specifications.
  6. Case studies and practical exercises: Analyzing real-world case studies, participating in hands-on exercises, and utilizing balancing equipment and software to reinforce learning and practical application of balancing techniques.
  7. Balancing quality assessment: Understanding the criteria for evaluating the quality of balance achieved and ensuring compliance with industry standards and specifications.

This course is designed for maintenance engineers, technicians, and anyone involved in the maintenance, repair, and operation of rotating machinery. It provides participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively balance rotating equipment, diagnose and correct unbalance issues, and optimize the performance, reliability, and lifespan of machinery.

Balancing of Rotating Machinery (BRM)

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