Date Venue Fee
02 Sep - 06 Sep 2024 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
12 May - 16 May 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
01 Sep - 05 Sep 2025 Dubai – UAE $ 4,950 Register Now
About the Course

Vibration Analysis is one of the most powerful condition-based maintenance technologies and the cornerstone of many predictive maintenance programs. It is also widely utilised for troubleshooting and fault diagnosis of machinery and structures. In recent years, much emphasis has been given to online or permanently installed vibration monitoring for inaccessible machinery, which is critical to the process and very expensive.

The future advancement of equipment condition monitoring technologies is intrinsically tied to the application and development of online or permanently installed systems. As asset management and reliability advantages become widely accepted and aggressively implemented, significant emphasis is placed on equipment condition monitoring. In fact, the historical barrier between production and maintenance will soon fall victim to the understanding that equipment condition data is as important as process parameters and significantly influences production, quality, safety, and profitability.

This 5-day Machinery Vibration Analysis training course comprehensively explains machinery vibration analysis. It focuses on the principles, techniques, and applications necessary for effective condition monitoring and maintenance of rotating equipment. Delegates will delve into the theoretical foundations of vibration, hands-on analysis methods, and real-world case studies, gaining the expertise needed to assess and manage machinery health.

Core Objectives

This training course will assist the delegates in gaining hands-on experience in analysing vibration data, interpreting results, and implementing effective maintenance strategies. They will be equipped with the skills necessary to conduct machinery vibration analysis, identify potential issues, and contribute to enhancing the reliability and performance of industrial machinery. 

The delegates will achieve the following objectives:

  • Understand the basics of vibration measurement
  • Demonstrate the basics of signal analysis
  • Understand measurement and the characteristics of vibration signals
  • Use data acquisition equipment for vibration signals
  • Understand the CSI 2130 system overview and set up
  • Perform transferring measurement data between the data collector and Machine Suite and vice versa
  • Apply route creation and set up & route data collection
  • Reviewing measurement results in the field
  • Analysing vibration spectrums
  • Understand two channel/balancing/bump test/recorder overview
  • Apply Guidelines for implementing a portable condition monitoring program
  • Apply vibration analysis for different machinery faults
  • Apply specific techniques for pumps, compressors, engines, turbines and motors
  • Apply vibration-based fault detection and diagnostic techniques
  • Execute diagnosis of related problems with vibration analysis techniques 
  • Apply advanced signal processing techniques and tools to vibration analysis 
  • Detect, locate, and diagnose faults in rotating and reciprocating machinery using vibration analysis techniques 
  • Identify conditions of resonance and be able to rectify these problems 
  • Apply allied predictive techniques such as oil analysis, thermography, ultrasonic, and performance evaluation 
Training Approach

The training course will blend theoretical sessions, practical hands-on exercises, case studies of real-world scenarios, and interactive discussions. Delegates will engage in practical exercises, simulating real-world scenarios to reinforce theoretical concepts. The approach aims to provide a holistic and immersive learning experience.

The Attendees

This training course suits maintenance, reliability, process control, and mechanical personnel willing to gain, improve, and update their knowledge and skills of practical aspects of machinery vibration monitoring, analysis, and predictive maintenance.

Likewise, it will be valuable to the professionals but not limited to the following:

  • Maintenance Engineers
  • Reliability Engineers
  • Plant Operators
  • Process Engineers
  • Condition Monitoring Technicians and Engineers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Maintenance Supervisors
Daily Discussion


  • Overview of Machinery Vibration Analysis
  • Importance of Condition Monitoring
  • Basics of Vibration Measurement and Analysis
  • Types of Vibrations and Their Significance
  • Understanding Vibration Spectra
  • Transducers and Data Collectors
  • Mounting Locations
  • Data Collection and Signal Processing


  • Selection and Calibration of Vibration Sensors
  • Data Acquisition Systems and Instrumentation
  • Practical Aspects of Collecting Vibration Data
  • Setting up vibration measurement equipment
  • Vibration Analysis Techniques
  • Time Waveform Analysis
  • Frequency Analysis
  • Enveloping
  • Fault Analysis
  • Imbalance
  • Misalignment
  • Looseness 


  • Time Domain Analysis: Understanding Time Waveforms
  • Frequency Domain Analysis: Fourier Transforms and Spectrum Analysis
  • Advanced Analysis Methods – Spectrum, Orbit Analysis
  • Interpretation of Vibration Signatures
  • Rolling Element Bearing Analysis
  • Bearing Frequencies
  • Bearing Defect Detection
  • Bearing Condition Monitoring
  • Electric Motor Analysis
  • Motor Vibration Fundamentals
  • Fault Zone Identification
  • Motor Defects


  • Common Machinery Faults Causing Vibrations
  • Fault Diagnosis Through Vibration Analysis
  • Diagnosing Specific Machinery Issues
  • Strategies for Early Detection and Prevention
  • Pumps and Compressors Analysis
  • Centrifugal Pumps
  • Positive Displacement Pumps
  • Screw Compressors
  • Centrifugal Compressors
  • Gearbox Analysis
  • Gear Mesh Frequencies
  • Gear Defects
  • Vibration-based Lubrication Monitoring


  • Balancing Techniques for Rotating Machinery
  • Modal Analysis and Resonance Avoidance
  • Condition-based Maintenance Strategies
  • Advanced Signal Processing
  • Cross Channel Measurements
  • Standards and Guidelines
  • ISO Standards
  • In-house Vibration Severity Charts
  • Storage and Trending
  • Life Cycle Cost of Failures