ISO 20816 and 19283 have given us a framework of looking at typical problems on a hydrogenerator. With these standards being the basis of our discussion, we will describe how to best troubleshoot complex issues on these machines. We start with describing different sensing technologies, some of which would be permanent installs. Data collection is a key as this complex environment requires concurrent data collection at various levels at a dam. To put this in perspective, we will discuss various real life case studies and a live Q&A to guide you through this troubleshooting process.
Ozren Husnjak has more than 10 years of experience in vibration data collection, processing and analysis. Ozren has a degree from Departments of Physics, Faculty of Science where he worked as assistant teacher. Since 2006, Ozren worked for VESKI, Zagreb, providing expertise in signal analysis and software development.
Ozren conducted a number of training courses in this area and was involved in installation of vibration and air gap sensors, and provided data interpretation services.
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