Preventive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring

Mechanical Engineering
ME572 - Preventive Maintenance and Condition
Monitoring (22 March - 2 April 2015, Dubai)
ME572 - Preventive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring
(22 March - 2 April 2015, Dubai)
Course Description
Who Should Attend?
This course presents the concepts and techniques of preventive maintenance and condition monitoring techniques. It is specifically designed to meet the needs of managers, engineers,
assistants and all technical personnel involved in maintenance.
The course starts with maintenance concepts and techniques
and spare parts management system. It covers the role, impact,
cost, and benefits of preventive maintenance. It also covers
the condition based maintenance techniques and preventive
maintenance software. In additional to Perform preventive maintenance and monitor condition using vibration and engine analyzers, boroscope inspection, lube oil sampling. Etc. The measuring failure and failure analysis are discussed in details. The
course covers the new maintenance techniques and programs
like reliability centered maintenance and total productive maintenance. Condition monitoring like vibration monitoring, thermal
monitoring, electrical monitoring and other new monitoring techniques will be covered in details. By the end of the course, the
attendees will be able to improve the preventive maintenance
and monitor condition techniques and learn more advanced
maintenance techniques suitable to their own facilities.
Operators, technicians, maintenance personnel, and engineers in the fields of: industry, gas turbine plants, heavy
industry, electricity and water authority, chemical processing industries and oil industry.
Course Outline
n Day 1: Maintenance Generation
n Types of Maintenance, Maintenance Strategies, Developments in Maintenance
n Preventive Maintenance (PM), concepts, modeling & analysis
Course Objectives
When a trainee completes this study unit, he and she will be
able to:
Understand the maintenance concepts and techniques, Understand the condition monitoring techniques, Understand the
monitor condition techniques using vibration and engine analyzers, boroscope inspection, lube oil sampling. etc), Be updated
with the lube oil analysis and techniques, Be updated with the
spare parts management system, Understand the concept, performance measures, and analysis of preventive maintenance,
Describe the function of inspection and scheduled maintenance
as the basis of preventive maintenancExplain why preventive
maintenance is performed and how it’s scheduled, Identify
those within industry who should be part of preventive maintenance planning and execution, Discuss the causes, effects, and
goals of a successful preventive maintenance program, Explain
how a computerized preventive maintenance program can be
developed and implemented, Knowledge of the potential contribution of preventive maintenance technique to maintenance
efficiency and performance, Knowledge of the condition based
maintenance techniques and applications, Hints and tips for
practical application of preventive maintenance, RCM and TPM
to achieve the best results, Practical approach to developing an
action plan to utilize preventive maintenance in their own areas
of responsibility, fitting into the overall maintenance organization
and strategy.
Introduction, PM Program Goals, Preventive maintenance
advantages and disadvantages, Maintenance Types – Comparative Cost, Different maintenance strategies, Criticality &
Vulnerability analysis and Assessment, Asset Criticality
Maintenance Logistics, Spares and cost Modeling & Optimization
Asset Management, Types of Decision, Equipment deterioration types, Spares and Risks.
Day 2: Vibration analysis
Vibration theory, Vibration fundamental, Cycle Phases, Vibration measuring techniques, Vibration and engine analyzers, Boroscope inspection, Misalignments, Shaft connections, Shaft loose, Machine installations, Vibration absorbers,
Bearing vibration, Vibration reports
Day 3: Monitor condition techniques
Condition Monitoring Techniques, Vibration monitoring,
Thermography, Oil Analysis
Risk Based Maintenance
Day 4: Measuring Failures
System reliability, Achieving and improving system reliability,
System configurations, Failure rate.
Failure Detection and Analysis
Day 5:Maintenance forecasting & capacity planning
Forecasting preliminaries, Qualitative & quantitative forecasting techniques, Error analysis
Maintenance Costs
Computerized Maintenance Management System
Day 6:Understanding reliability centered maintenance
predictive opportunity design –out shutdown, Getting the
right maintenance balance for your situation, Minimizing
overall costs – capital (CAPEX) & operational (OPEX)
Day 7: Reliability Centered Maintenance Performance
Measures - Availability & OEE
Day 8:Reliability centered maintenance Process and implementations
Day 9: RCM implementation-organization and sustaining
Total Productive Maintenance (TPM)
Day 10: Case study
Work shop ; The trainees will be divided to small groups
ME572 - Preventive Maintenance and Condition Monitoring
(22 March - 2 April 2015, Dubai)
Terms & Conditions
About the Instructor
n TÜV Middle East Certificate will be issued to all attendees.
n Course Fee mentioned is per delegate.
n Avail an attractive 10% discount on course fee if you
register 30 days before course start date.
n Courses will be conducted during the designated
dates at a 4 star or 5 star hotel in the designated city.
n Payments to be made in advance. Exact venue of the
training will be notified two weeks prior to course start
n This rate includes course notes, buffet lunch, coffee/
tea on arrival, morning and afternoon of each day.
n Accomodation is not included in course fees. However, any accomodation required can be arranged by
TÜV Middle East at time of booking.
Dr. Walid Abdel Ghaffar has a Ph.D. degree in mechanical engineering from University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.
He is currently an associate professor at Alexandria University, Egypt and a manager of ProMEP for Electro-Mechanical Studies& Design ( He has
published several journal articles in international journals
and has given a dozen of presentations at international conferences. Throughout his carrier, Dr. Abdelghaffar
has taught tens of courses either in England or in Egypt
in the areas of maintenance, firefighting, pumps, piping
systems, compressors, furnaces, automotive, and industrial safety. Dr. Abdelghaffar is known for his excellent
teaching ability either for engineering students or professional personnel and his students always rate him from
very good to excellent.
For further details and up to date terms and conditions,
10 days - 08:00am until 03:30pm daily
Location & Date
Dubai, 22 March - 2 April 2015
Participation Fee
US$ 6,750 per participant
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Ms. Rita Rashed
Tel: +971 2 4411148
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