Posted by: timtraining | April 28, 2011

Pumps and Compressors: Predictive Maintenance & Diagnostics July 25-29, 2011 at Jogjakarta

Introduction

Pumps and compressors are generally critical machines in any production process, and hence it is vital that maintenance is most effective for these units. This course aims to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of how to use a combined predictive and preventive maintenance approach to achieve maximum reliability and greatest understanding of any deterioration that may occur.

Who Should Attend

Engineers, supervisory and technical staff involved in the monitoring, predictive maintenance and diagnostics of pumps and compressors.

Program Objectives

The program assumes familiarity with the design and construction of pumps and compressors. From this starting point it adopts an analytical approach to understanding the failure of all types of pumps and compressors.

From a component-by-component perspective, the program investigates the root causes of failure, and relates these to operating conditions and process parameters. Design, installation, lubrication and wear related failure mechanisms are identified and a detailed understanding of the troubleshooting and diagnostic methods needed to detect and identify these is developed.

The program provides participants with the knowledge needed to be effective in the inspection, monitoring and diagnostics of pumps and compressors, with emphasis placed upon the importance of a combined condition monitoring and strip-down inspection approach to maintenance.

Training Methodology

The program is delivered in a combination of lecture style and computer-based training. In addition, a significant amount of time is set aside for small working group activity when addressing case study problems. Extensive use is made of case study material to underline the key aspects of the course and to give the delegates exposure to current best practice.

PROGRAM OUTLINE

 

DAY – 1

  • Friction, lubrication and wear mechanisms.
  • Adhesive wear, abrasive wear, fatigue and fretting
  • Machinery life cycles
  • Mechanical issues, balancing and alignment
  • Statistical reliability analysis


DAY – 2

  • Reliability models
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for imbalance
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for looseness
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for misalignment
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for gear problems
  • Root cause of, symptoms and detection mechanisms for bearing problems
  • Cavitation, causes and prevention

DAY – 3

  • Anti-friction bearings: types, lifetime, mounting, applications, related problems
  • Plain and pad bearings, thrust bearings: operation, maintenance, incidents
  • Mechanical seals, types, operation, related problems
  • Other seals for positive displacement pumps and reciprocating compressors
  • Performing a balance

DAY – 4

  • Vibration monitoring
  • Overall and spectral measurements
  • Vibration limits
  • Introduction to spectrum analysis
  • Lubricant monitoring
  • Shape, size, amount, chemical composition of debris
  • Analytical techniques

DAY – 5

  • The role of condition monitoring in pump and compressor maintenance Diagnostic methods
  • Capabilities and limitations of condition monitoring, and the need for a combined approach
  • The importance of plant inspection
  • Measurement devices, and what to monitor and where

Instructor

I Nengah Diasta and Ir. Deddy Nugraha

I Nengah Diasta is a lecturer in Mechanical Engineering Department of Bandung Institute of Technology for more than 10 years. His expertise is on the area of fluid mechanics and pumping system. He also gives training program to the public such as Pertamina, PT. Pupuk Kaltim, PT. Telkom and some other PSC companies on this subject. On the practical aspects, Mr. Diasta was project leader in the industries such as PT. Telkom, Containers Terminal of Tanjung Priok, Juanda Airport, and Rekayasa-Sumitomo Power Plant Project at Wayang Windu Geothermal field, Bandung.

Ir. Deddy Nugraha is a dedicated experienced fulltime trainer and technical consultant since 2002. He holds a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from ITB, Bandung. He has worked nationally in a wide variety of industries including: technology, aerospace, utilities, auditing, mining and institutions thus engaged as a corporate consultant. He also holds certifications for those particular fields from Snecma, France; Engine Support Inc., USA; Danobat, Spain; DNV, Singapore; MTU, Germany and FAA Auditor, USA.

Mr. Nugraha is a member of Indonesian Society for Reliability and was elected as General Sectretay for 2004-2007 period. He has trained hundreds of managers, engineers and floor associates, subjects taught to include; CMMS, RCM, TPM, Project Management, Quality Process Control, Corrosion Control and Protection, Failure Analysis, Engineering Design, Instalation & Constrcution, Inventory Control and Management.

Major clients include: Pertamina, British Petroleum, Petrochina, Siemen Power, PT. Indonesia Power, PT. Krakatau Steel, Freeport Indonesia, PT. Surveyor Indonesia, Chevron, Medco Energy, PT. Aneka Tambang, Garuda Maintenance Facility, PT. Perusahaan Gas Negara, PT. Semen Padang, PT. Semen Gresik, PT. Indah Kiat Pulp & Paper, PT. Tjiwi Kimia, PT. Pupuk Kujang and PT. Kaltim Prima Coal.

 

General Information

Facilities

ü  Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)

ü  Quality training kits included calculator, T-shirt or jacket, cap, ect.

ü  Convenient training facilities with four star quality

ü  Morning and afternoon coffee breaks and lunch for along the training

ü  Certificate of Completion

ü  Exclusive flash disk.

Tuition Fee & Registration Deadline

IDR 9.250.000,-/ Person, (Excluded PPN 10% and Accommodation)

Registration and Payment deadline a weeks before training held.

For further information and registration please contact:

Mohammad Ramli     +62 852 17900 824


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