Teamwork CNS Inc.
Teamwork CNS Inc.
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Vibration Analysis Service

We are providing effective and rapid assistance to the customers with our instruments and services.We offer game-changing solutions for a wide variety of industries. Utilising a world leading instruments to serve our esteemed clients.

Instruments monitor high frequency Acoustic Emissions (AE) signals naturally generated by deterioration in rotating machinery. Our unique way of detecting and processing these signals gives the user condition related information in the easiest possible form. These are state of the art Condition Monitoring instruments with extreme sensitivity to developing faults. With thousands of use in various industries and countless successes on ball, roller, white metal and journal bearings, this is a proven technology.

All faults commonly encountered in industry, such as unbalance, misalignment, defective mountings, looseness, friction, structural resonance, lubrication defects, bearing defects, gear defects, pump cavitation and more, are detected. Faults are identified in clear and accurate language and displayed with an associated confidence level.

STRUCTURAL VIBRATION ANALYSIS

STRUCTURAL VIBRATION ANALYSIS
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Minimum Order Quantity1 Day
Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Testing TypeCondition Monitoring
Preferred Audit LocationAny
Analytical Service FrequencyOne Time Requirement

Structural vibration testing and analysis contributes to progress in many industries, including aerospace, auto-making, manufacturing, wood and paper production, power generation, defense, consumer electronics, telecommunications and transportation. The most common application is identification and suppression of unwanted vibration to improve product quality.

Structural Vibration:
Vibration describes repetitive motion that can be measured and observed in a structure. Unwanted vibration can cause fatigue or degrade the performance of the structure. Therefore it is desirable to eliminate or reduce the effects of vibration. In other cases, vibration is unavoidable or even desirable. In this case, the goal may be to understand the effect on the structure, or to control or modify the vibration, or to isolate it from the structure and minimize structural response.

Free vibration is the natural response of a structure to some impact or displacement. The response is completely determined by the properties of the structure, and its vibration can be understood by examining the structure's mechanical properties. For example, when you pluck a string of a guitar, it vibrates at the tuned frequency and generates the desired sound. The frequency of the tone is a function of the tension in the string and is not related to the plucking technique.

Forced vibration is the response of a structure to a continuous forcing function that causes the structure to vibrate at the frequency of the excitation. For example, the rear view mirror on a car will always vibrate at the frequency associated with the engine's RPMs. In forced vibration, there is a deterministic relationship between the amplitude of the corresponding vibration level and the forcing function. The relationship is dictated by the characteristics of the structure.

 

Sinusoidal vibration is a special type of vibration. The structure is excited by a forcing function that is a pure tone with a single frequency. Sinusoidal vibration is not very common in nature, but it provides an excellent engineering tool that enables us to understand complex vibrations by breaking them down into simple, one-tone vibrations. 

Random vibration 
is very common in nature. The vibration a driver feels when driving a car results from a complex combination of sources, including rough road surface, engine vibration, wind buffeting the car's exterior, etc. Random vibration quantifies the average vibration level over time across a frequency spectrum.

Rotating imbalance is another common source of vibration. The rotation of an unbalanced machine part can cause the whole rotating machine to vibrate. The imbalance generates the forcing function that affects the structure. Examples include a washing machine, an automobile engine, shaft system, steam or gas turbines etc. Rotational vibration is usually harmful and unwanted, and the way to eliminate or minimize it is to properly balance the rotating part of the machine.

The common element in all these categories of vibration is that the structure responds with some repeti­tive motion that is related to its mechanical properties. By measurement and analysis techniques, it is possible to successfully characterize and treat vibration in structures.

 

Time and Frequency Analysis
Structural vibration is measured by using electronic sensors that convert vibration motion into electrical signals. By analyzing the electrical signals, the nature of the vibration can be understood. Signal analy­sis is generally divided into time and frequency domains; each domain provides a different view and insight into the nature of the vibration.

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Approx. Price: Rs 30,000 / per DayGet Latest Price
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Product Details:

Usage/ApplicationIndustrial
Testing TypeCondition Monitoring
Preferred Audit LocationOn-Site Testing

TEAMWORK CNS Inc. is a provider of condition management solutions by providing vibration measurement of rotating machinery, Laser Shaft Alignment, Balancing and Thermography photography and analysis. Its heritage of 10 years continues to influence the maintenance and health checking of various machineries of heavy Industries.  The company was registered in 2006 and continued to support Customers with pioneering the concept of vibration based condition monitoring programmes thus ‘Turning Maintenance Into a Profit Centre.’

We will be grateful to assist you in all aspects and would like to receive your esteemed query and questions. We insure our immediate, effective more specific support.

It is an established fact that rotating machines: fans, pumps, motors, generators etc will consume as much as 15% more energy if misaligned or out of balance. Worn or poorly lubricated bearings will contribute to such losses. The Condition Monitoring System reduces energy consumption, enables greater machinery availability and improves plant productivity; everyone benefits.

 

VIBRATION ANALYSIS:

Instruments monitor high frequency Acoustic Emissions (AE) signals naturally generated by deterioration in rotating machinery. Our unique way of detecting and processing these signals gives the user condition  related  information in the easiest possible form. These are state of the art Condition Monitoring instruments with extreme sensitivity to developing faults. With thousands of  use in various industries  and countless successes on ball, roller, white metal and journal bearings, this is a proven technology.

All faults commonly encountered in industry, such as unbalance, misalignment, defective mountings, looseness, friction, structural resonance, lubrication defects, bearing defects, gear defects, pump cavitation and more, are detected. Faults are identified in clear and accurate language and displayed with an associated confidence level.

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