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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.
Shaft Alignment, Part 1
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.
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Course Reviews (36)
the course is just right as an introductory course
By Gerald B.on Dec, 21, 2020
easy to understand presentation
By Johari P.on Apr, 27, 2021
By MICHAEL A.on Apr, 03, 2021
very informative ,detailed and simplified
By Christine M.on Feb, 20, 2021
Interesting and Informative
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good information and knowledge improvement
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Good knowledge enhancement
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By Srinivasa P.on Jan, 20, 2021
Thank you for this course explaining the alignment
By Ali A.on Dec, 15, 2020
It is helpful
By Bhagat K.on Dec, 09, 2020
By Morgan H.on Nov, 15, 2020
condent of exam is good
By Gurusamy M.on Nov, 14, 2020
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By N. P.on Oct, 17, 2020
By N. P.on Oct, 17, 2020
Is it collinear alignment or coaxial because the lecture and exam say different things?
By Daniel S.on Mar, 28, 2021
Instructions on how to actually align shafts using the tools listed would be helpful
By Cory J.on Apr, 28, 2021
very straight forward
By Steve B.on Aug, 17, 2020
None at this time
By Kenneth S.on Aug, 07, 2020
By Jacob S.on Dec, 28, 2020
By Matthew C.on Oct, 21, 2020
By Mohamad N.on Mar, 03, 2021
By Tim O.on Sep, 04, 2020
class teaches the term "colinear", while the exam uses the term "coaxial"
By Robin B.on Mar, 16, 2021
By Paul K. (Engineer) on Jan, 07, 2021