Rotating Equipment Four Days Public Training, 13-16 May 2013

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Four Days Public Training

13-16 May 2013, SHERATON-Hotel, Bandung

Reliable operation of the rotating equipment in any plant is its lifeblood. Engineers must have an integrated viewpoint focusing on it through design, operation and maintenance.  This training comprehensively presents from such an integrated viewpoint state-0f-the-art techniques and methodologies for improving reliability of rotating equipment. Topics include maintenance philosophies and strategies, their relationships to each other, and their effective application; machinery condition monitoring; machinery condition assessment and asset management; effective fault diagnosis techniques; failure mode and causal analysis; life-cycle strategies to promote increased reliability; reliability improvement program development and implementation including structure and personnel
considerations; and business ramifications of reliability improvement. The course will comprise lectures and workshop to maximize your benefits. Additionally, an optional “Question and Answer” period is included to provide you with opportunity to get expert answers on your specific questions.
• Engineers / Equipment’s Operators
• Maintenance / technicians
• Quality Control engineers
• Production & Manufacturing / Engineer
• Professionals
  1. Understand the functions and general characteristics of rotating equipments
  2. Be able to evaluate the performance of rotating equipments
  3. Understand the  classification and the performance characteristics of pumps, compressors, turbines and fans/blowers.
  4. Be able to identify the anomalies and the failure modes of rotating equipments
  5. Be able to conduct alignment of axles
  6. Obtain skills to implement predictive maintenance for rotating equipments.
  • Definition of Rotating Equipment, types, functions and general characteristics
  • Rotating Machinery Failures Causes
    • Financial impact of downtime
    • Understanding risk and consequence
    • Preventing defects and failure
    • Know The Process, Physical, Chemical Properties & Characteristics
  • Supporting Structure, Foundations, Strength, Rigidity
  • Fatigue And Failure Modes
  • Bearing Failures
  • Precision Maintenance for Rotating Equipment
  • Balanced Shafts, Balancing Standards
  • Shaft Alignment
  • Rotating Equipment Vibration
  • Lifting Maintenance Performance
  • Measuring maintenance outcomes and KPI’s
  • Maintenance Quality Systems for RAMS
  • Using visual management to control performance
  • Optimizing Reliability – Fundamentals of Condition Monitoring and Predictive Maintenance for the following quipment:
  • Rotors
    • Roller and hydrodynamic bearings
    • Pump and compressor seal systems (liquid and dry/gas)
    • Couplings
    • Lube systems (for pumps, compressors, steam turbines and gears)
  • Condition Monitoring Methods For Rotating Equipment
  • Tribology and lubrication analysis
  • Thermography
  • Rotating equipment non-destructive testing
  • Operating performance monitoring
  • Bearing Vibration Analysis
  • Maintenance Strategy Mix
  • The PM – PdM – Breakdown mix
  • Total Productive Maintenance
  • Operator driven reliability
  • DATES : 13-16 May 2013
  • TIME : 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
  • Jalan Insinyur Haji Djuanda 390  Ciumbuleuit
  • Ph: +62 22 2500303,  Fax: +62 22 2500301
  • Email:

Dr. Ir. Edi Suwondo
Dr. Ir. Edy Suwondo is a lecturer at the Aerospace Engineering Department, Institute Technology of Bandung (ITB) and a member of the Aircraft Design, Operation and Maintenance Research Group, ITB. Professional experience: 16 years in the area of  maintenance. His expertise is in Reliability Centered Maintenance, Reliability Control Program, Maintenance Planning and Life Cycle Costing. He has conducted various researches in that area at GMF Aero Asia, Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM), Nusantara Turbine and Propulsion (PT NTP) and Indonesian Aerospace Company (IAe).  He involves also in various projects in his research group. Mr. Edy Suwondo received  his bachelor degree from the Aerospace Engineering ITB and his doctor degree from Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology (TU-Delft), The Netherlands. His doctor research was in the applications of Life Cycle Costing in maintenance area.

Course Fee : Rp. 7.500.000,- including: training modules, merchandise, seminar kit, training certificate, 2 x coffee break & lunch and excluding accommodation.
Course Organizer
Handal Consulting & Training
Jl. Danau Semayang Blok B 3 No. 104
Pejompongan, Jakarta 10210
Phone: +62 21 – 5708775
Fax : + 62 21 – 5702113
24 Hours INFO : +62 21-70897550 , 0815 11831936


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