RedVector AMSAF10CEN

Shaft Alignment, Part 1

Shaft Alignment, Part 1

1 hr. Online Course

Level: Intermediate

Item#: AMSAF10CEN

SME: RedVector Industrial

Average Rating

4 36
Whenever two pieces of rotating equipment, such as a pump and a motor, are coupled together, the shafts of the two components must be properly aligned. In other words, the shafts of the two components must form one continuous straight line. If shafts are misaligned, excessive vibration and equipment wear can occur. These conditions can lead to premature equipment failure and extra maintenance costs. This course will the cover basic knowledge and skills necessary for proper shaft alignment.
Course Objectives
  • State the goals of shaft alignment.
  • Discuss the types of shaft misalignment.
  • List the causes of shaft misalignment.
  • Identify the tools used for shaft alignment.
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    Course Reviews (36)
    the course is just right as an introductory course
    By on Dec, 21, 2020
    the course is just right as an introductory course
    easy to understand presentation
    By on Apr, 27, 2021
    easy to understand presentation
    good
    By on Apr, 03, 2021
    good
    very informative ,detailed and simplified
    By on Feb, 20, 2021
    very informative ,detailed and simplified
    Interesting and Informative
    By on Jun, 17, 2021
    Interesting and Informative.
    [0poifdsbnfhgcvjvchyg
    By on Nov, 10, 2020
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    Good training
    By on Jun, 21, 2021
    Good training
    knowledgeable
    By on Sep, 11, 2020
    knowledgeable
    Useful
    By on Sep, 08, 2020
    Useful
    good information and knowledge improvement
    By on Sep, 10, 2020
    good information and knowledge improvement.
    useful
    By on Sep, 13, 2020
    useful
    good
    By on Jun, 10, 2021
    good
    NO ISSUES
    By on May, 26, 2021
    NO ISSUES.
    Good knowledge enhancement
    By on May, 01, 2021
    Good knowledge enhancement.
    good information,
    By on Mar, 26, 2021
    good information,
    Neat
    By on Feb, 16, 2021
    Neat
    useful
    By on Sep, 12, 2020
    useful
    so sick!
    By on Jan, 17, 2021
    so sick!
    good refresher
    By on Jan, 20, 2021
    good refresher
    Thank you for this course explaining the alignment
    By on Dec, 15, 2020
    Thank you for this course explaining the alignment. But I have one point from this course, there are things that need more explanation and examples to understand more?
    It is helpful
    By on Dec, 09, 2020
    It is helpful
    Thanks
    By on Nov, 15, 2020
    Thanks
    condent of exam is good
    By on Nov, 14, 2020
    condent of exam is good
    All Good
    By on Oct, 06, 2020
    All Good
    useful
    By on Oct, 17, 2020
    useful
    useful
    By on Oct, 17, 2020
    useful
    Is it collinear alignment or coaxial because the lecture and exam say different things?
    By on Mar, 28, 2021
    Is it collinear alignment or coaxial because the lecture and exam say different things?
    Instructions on how to actually align shafts using the tools listed would be helpful
    By on Apr, 28, 2021
    Instructions on how to actually align shafts using the tools listed would be helpful
    very straight forward
    By on Aug, 17, 2020
    very straight forward
    None at this time
    By on Aug, 07, 2020
    None at this time.
    Great information!
    By on Dec, 28, 2020
    Great information!
    good
    By on Oct, 21, 2020
    good
    Prefer dwibahasa
    By on Mar, 03, 2021
    Prefer dwibahasa
    okay
    By on Sep, 04, 2020
    okay
    class teaches the term "colinear", while the exam uses the term "coaxial"
    By on Mar, 16, 2021
    class teaches the term "colinear", while the exam uses the term "coaxial"
    too basic
    By (Engineer) on Jan, 07, 2021
    too basic