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James.

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Here is one to share.

This case study shows that when you collect the correct data parameters, vibration analysis can be invaluable in early detection of slow rotating bearings to enable a controlled change out prior to disruption to production.

https://theseasonedanalyst.guru/2019/01/06/slow-speed-bearing-defect-detected-though-vibration-analysis/

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Excellent case history. James are you the Seasoned Analyst?

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Excellent case history. James are you the Seasoned Analyst?

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Hi Walt, yep I need a better hobby.
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Nice case, well documented! I wonder if ordinary acceleration twf would also be good. I suppose it could be.
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Nice case, well documented! I wonder if ordinary acceleration twf would also be good. I suppose it could be.


I will get the data up in a few days, there was a change but it was not as distinct as PeakVue
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nice data, just wondering how close was the accelerometer from the bearing.
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nice data, just wondering how close was the accelerometer from the bearing.


The magnet was on the outer raceway outside diameter. The outer raceway has the mounting holes that secures it to the structure.
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The magnet was on the outer raceway outside diameter. The outer raceway has the mounting holes that secures it to the structure.

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The magnet was on the outer raceway outside diameter. The outer raceway has the mounting holes that secures it to the structure.


thanks.
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