Pump Vibration Webinar Bundle

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Rotodynamic Pump Vibration Webinar Bundle

3-Part Webinar Bundle

Overview

This is a discounted bundle of two (2) on-demand and one (1) live vibration related webinars described below. Get over 40% off the individual price when you register for this bundle.

Introduction to Vibration in Rotodynamic Pumps (On-Demand)

This webinar provides basic concepts of vibration analysis and guidelines to help the diagnostic process of dynamic behavior in rotodynamic pumps and their systems.

Troubleshooting Rotodynamic Pump Vibration Issues (On-Demand)

This webinar presents a high-level step-by-step description of troubleshooting techniques to successfully address vibration issues on rotodynamic pumps.

Vibration Measurement and Allowable Values for Rotodynamic Pumps (Live)

Date: September 22, 2022    Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. (ET)

Webinar attendees will gain in-depth insights into critical measurements made on non-rotating components of rotodynamic pumps, including maximum allowable vibration values and acceptance tests.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This webinar covers basic concepts of vibration analysis and provide some guidelines to help the diagnostic process of dynamic behavior on rotodynamic pumps and their systems.

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    Introduction to Vibration in Rotodynamic Pumps

    1-Part On-Demand Webinar

    Overview

    This webinar presents an introduction to vibration analysis of rotodynamic pumps and will provide basic concepts of vibration analysis and provide some guidelines to help the diagnostic process of dynamic behavior on rotodynamic pumps and their systems. The focus is on centrifugal pumps of all types regarding their typical vibration issues such as imbalance, misalignment, rubs, looseness, etc.  Troubleshooting methods and fixes are discussed with real life case histories.

    Learning Objectives

    Upon completion, learners should be able to understand:

    • Fundamentals of vibration theory
    • Types of vibration
    • Vibration data management and display/plots (FFT – amplitude vs. frequency)
    • Vibration measurement and instrumentation
    • Most common vibration issues: imbalance and misalignment

    Registration Fees

    HI Member TypeFee
    Member$96.75
    Associate Member$96.75
    Standards Partner$96.75
    Training Partner$96.75
    Industry Partner$122.55
    Academic Partner$122.55
    Non-Member/Partner$129.00


    Members, Associate Members, Standards Partners, and Training Partners of the Hydraulic Institute (HI) receive 25% discount on all available PSM training. Employees of Members, Associate Members, Standards Partner, and Training Partner organizations must log-in with their company email address in order for the discounted registration fee to apply. Industry Partners and Academic Partners receive 5% discount on all PSM training. Click here to learn more about HI membership.

    Membership Question?  Call us at 973-267-9700, email us, or view the HI website for more information.

    Group Registration

    Group registration discounts are available for webinars. If you are interested in registering a group, please click the button below to download the group registration form and email the completed form to training@pumps.org. It may take up to 3 business days to process group registrations.

    Download Group Registration Form

    Refunds & Cancellations

    All refund requests must be made in writing to training@pumps.org. Full refunds will be issued for any live course or webinar that has been cancelled.

    Course Instructions

    1. Click the "Contents" tab and select "View On-Demand Webinar". After viewing the entire video, return to the Contents tab.
    2. Click "Complete Quiz for On-Demand Webinar" to answer quiz questions. You will have 10 attempts and must get at least 80% correct to proceed to the next session. After completing the quiz, return to the Contents tab.
    3. Click "Complete Webinar Evaluation" to provide your feedback on the webinar to PSM. Scroll down to view all feedback questions, there are questions that expand past the size of the window. 
    4. Click the button “View/Print Your Certificate” in the box titled “Claim Credits & Certificate to save or print your certificate of completion. If you ever lose your certificate, you can come back to the PSM website and view it on your transcript (found in the Dashboard).

    Need Assistance?

    If you are experiencing any log in issues, cannot access a course, need assistance claiming credit, or have other questions or concerns, please e-mail training@pumps.org for assistance.

    Maki M. Onari

    President

    Mechanical Solutions, Inc.

    As President of MSI, Mr. Onari has extensive experience in resolving rotating machinery problems. He has over 25 years of turbomachinery vibration experience and holds a B.S.M.E. from Zulia University. His expertise includes field testing and associated capabilities in instrumentation, data acquisition and analysis equipment, and analysis of vibration and other dynamic machinery data. Mr. Onari is a co-author of the Pump Vibration Chapter in the McGraw-Hill Pump Handbook and is an active member on several HI committees.

    Paul Boyadjis

    Director of Structural Analysis

    Mechanical Solutions, Inc.

    • Employed by Mechanical Solutions, Inc. since 2002
    • Vice Chair, HI Pump Vibration Committee
    • Member of HI Dynamics of Pumping Machinery Committee
    • Lecturer on Pump Vibration at the Texas A&M Pump Symposium
    • M.S. Cum Laude Lehigh University
    • Over 30 years experience with centrifugal pumps
    • Co-Author Pump Mechanical & Dynamic Behavior Chapter, McGraw-Hill Pump Handbook

    Robert Sayer, P.E.

    Past President

    The Vibration Institute

    Robert Sayer has 45 Years of experience in mechanical vibration and structural dynamics.BSCE, Ohio University, MSIE, Cleveland State University, MSCE, Purdue University. He's recipient of Jack Frarey Medal for Excellence in the Field of Vibration Analysis.

     Instructor, Vibration Institute “Advanced Vibration Control” training course. Instructor, Vibration Institute “Vibration Diagnostics using Case Studies” course

    Author of Two Chapters, “The Simplified Handbook of Vibration Analysis, Part 2”
    Vice-Chairman, HI/ANSI 14.5.1, Foundations for Rotodynamic Pumps 

    PDH Credits

    One and a half (1.5) PDH credits will be issued upon completion of this on-demand webinar. 

    The acceptance of continuing education as it applies to fulfillment of the state licensing requirements for professional designations is at the pleasure of the individual state licensing boards. It is the responsibility of the individual participants to be knowledgeable about their state requirements.

    Licensed Professional Engineers

    Continuing professional development is a vital component to the engineering licensure process. Most state licensing boards require continuing professional development as a condition for licensure and renewal of the license to practice engineering. Pre-approval of training providers and courses are not required by most state licensing boards, except for the following:

    Florida Board of Professional Engineers

    Pump Systems Matter is a board-approved continuing education provider for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers: License # CEA361.

    North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors

    Pump Systems Matter is an approved continuing professional competency sponsor for the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors: Sponsor # S-0523.

    New York State Board for Engineering, Land Surveying, and Geology

    Pump Systems Matter is approved as a sponsor of continuing education for professional engineers in New York State: NYS Sponsor # 241.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This on-demand webinar presents a high-level step-by-step description of troubleshooting techniques to successfully address vibration issues on rotodynamic pumps.

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    Troubleshooting Rotodynamic Pump Vibration Issues

    1-Part On-Demand Webinar

    Overview

    This on-demand webinar presents a high-level step-by-step description of troubleshooting techniques to successfully address vibration issues on rotodynamic pumps.  The main focus is on centrifugal pumps of all types regarding their typical vibration issues such as imbalance, misalignment, rub, looseness, structural resonance, rotodynamic resonance, thermal loading issues, piping strain, flow-induced sub-synchronous vibration, internal recirculation, rotating stall, shaft failure, etc.

    Learning Objectives

    During this webinar, participants will learn:

    • How to attack a pump vibration problem
    • Identify the instrumentation and the test methods required to uncover the root cause of the vibration issue
    • How to analyze the data using time wave form, frequency spectral analysis (FFT), continuous monitoring, modal analysis (bump testing), motion magnification video (MMV), and operating deflection shape (ODS)
    • Symptoms such as imbalance, misalignment, structural resonances, acoustic issues, torsional natural frequencies, cavitation, rotating stall, rubbing, and looseness are discussed
    • Solution methods using finite element analysis (FEA) are discussed along with a detailed case study

    Registration Fees

    HI Member TypeFee
    Member$89.25
    Associate Member$89.25
    Standards Partner$89.25
    Training Partner$89.25
    Industry Partner$113.05
    Academic Partner$113.05
    Non-Member/Partner$119.00


    Members, Associate Members, Standards Partners, and Training Partners of the Hydraulic Institute (HI) receive 25% discount on all available PSM training. Employees of Members, Associate Members, Standards Partner, and Training Partner organizations must log-in with their company email address in order for the discounted registration fee to apply. Industry Partners and Academic Partners receive 5% discount on all PSM training. Click here to learn more about HI membership.

    Membership Question?  Call us at 973-267-9700, email us, or view the HI website for more information.

    Group Registration

    Group registration discounts are available for webinars. If you are interested in registering a group, please click the button below to download the group registration form and email the completed form to training@pumps.org. It may take up to 3 business days to process group registrations.

    Download Group Registration Form

    Refunds & Cancellations

    All refund requests must be made in writing to training@pumps.org. Full refunds will be issued for any live course or webinar that has been cancelled.

    Course Instructions

    1. Click the "Contents" tab and select "View On-Demand Webinar". After viewing the entire video, return to the Contents tab.
    2. Click "Complete Quiz for On-Demand Webinar" to answer quiz questions. You will have 10 attempts and must get at least 80% correct to proceed to the next session. After completing the quiz, return to the Contents tab.
    3. Click "Complete Webinar Evaluation" to provide your feedback on the webinar to PSM. Scroll down to view all feedback questions, there are questions that expand past the size of the window. 
    4. Click the button “View/Print Your Certificate” in the box titled “Claim Credits & Certificate to save or print your certificate of completion. If you ever lose your certificate, you can come back to the PSM website and view it on your transcript (found in the Dashboard).

    Need Assistance?

    If you are experiencing any log in issues, cannot access a course, need assistance claiming credit, or have other questions or concerns, please e-mail training@pumps.org for assistance.

    Paul Boyadjis

    Director of Structural Analysis

    Mechanical Solutions, Inc.

    • Employed by Mechanical Solutions, Inc. since 2002
    • Vice Chair, HI Pump Vibration Committee
    • Member of HI Dynamics of Pumping Machinery Committee
    • Lecturer on Pump Vibration at the Texas A&M Pump Symposium
    • M.S. Cum Laude Lehigh University
    • Over 30 years experience with centrifugal pumps
    • Co-Author Pump Mechanical & Dynamic Behavior Chapter, McGraw-Hill Pump Handbook

    Robert Sayer, P.E.

    Past President

    The Vibration Institute

    Robert Sayer has 45 Years of experience in mechanical vibration and structural dynamics.BSCE, Ohio University, MSIE, Cleveland State University, MSCE, Purdue University. He's recipient of Jack Frarey Medal for Excellence in the Field of Vibration Analysis.

     Instructor, Vibration Institute “Advanced Vibration Control” training course. Instructor, Vibration Institute “Vibration Diagnostics using Case Studies” course

    Author of Two Chapters, “The Simplified Handbook of Vibration Analysis, Part 2”
    Vice-Chairman, HI/ANSI 14.5.1, Foundations for Rotodynamic Pumps 

    Jason Coppola

    Project Engineer III

    Mechanical Solutions, Inc.

    • Employed by Mechanical Solutions, Inc. since 2010
    • Extensive experience with FEA software such as Creo Parametric or Creo Elements/Pro for solid modeling or CAD, CAM, CAE, and associative 3D modeling application, ANSYS Multiphysics, and ANSYS Workbench
    • Extensive experience with advanced field testing,  troubleshooting, and data acquisition methods, including the use of accelerometers, strain gauges, microphones, and proximity probes
    • Active Committee Member of HI Vibration Committee since 2020
    • BS Mechanical Engineering at The College of New Jersey, Cum Laude
    • 12 years of experience with various types of water and wastewater pumps

    PDH Credits

    One (1) PDH credit will be issued upon completion of this on-demand webinar. 

    The acceptance of continuing education as it applies to fulfillment of the state licensing requirements for professional designations is at the pleasure of the individual state licensing boards. It is the responsibility of the individual participants to be knowledgeable about their state requirements.

    Licensed Professional Engineers

    Continuing professional development is a vital component to the engineering licensure process. Most state licensing boards require continuing professional development as a condition for licensure and renewal of the license to practice engineering. Pre-approval of training providers and courses are not required by most state licensing boards, except for the following:

    Florida Board of Professional Engineers

    Pump Systems Matter is a board-approved continuing education provider for the Florida Board of Professional Engineers: License # CEA361.

    North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors

    Pump Systems Matter is an approved continuing professional competency sponsor for the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors: Sponsor # S-0523.

    New York State Board for Engineering, Land Surveying, and Geology

    Pump Systems Matter is approved as a sponsor of continuing education for professional engineers in New York State: NYS Sponsor # 241.