Live Online Seminar: Condition Monitoring
Maintenance Concepts Based on Condition Monitoring, Such as Oil Monitoring, Operating and Vibration analysis
Especially in the age of Industry 4.0, condition monitoring is a popular topic that promises reduced maintenance costs and increased operating lifetimes. However, problems arise in the details – which methods make the most sense, which limits should be applied, and which reactions are required?
Users considering a modified maintenance concept, who want to gain an overview of existing systems or simply become familiar with examples from other industries, in order to generate new ideas and added value for their products.
- Condition monitoring
- Lubricant analysis
- Vibration analysis
- Load measurement
- Methods and best practices
- Maintenance concepts
This seminar provides a general overview of available options for condition monitoring of applications - a machine, gearbox, or function. Which methods are established, and how is monitoring of lubricants, loads, or vibrations useful? How can suitable limits be determined? Current examples from aviation, general mechanical engineering, and other applications complete the presentation.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Andreas Doleschel
Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences, Faculty for Business Administration and Engineering