|International Journal of Condition Monitoring|
The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing is launching a new online journal for the international condition monitoring community – The International Journal of Condition Monitoring (IJCM).
IJCM is a scientific-technical journal containing high-quality innovative in-depth peer-reviewed papers on all the condition monitoring disciplines, including: acoustic emission methods, electric motor insulation and signature analysis, flow rate monitoring, infrared thermography, lubrication management, optical monitoring, pressure monitoring, temperature monitoring, vibration analysis and also on damage and failure analysis, modelling for condition monitoring, prognostics, sensors and actuators.
IJCM will be published four times a year online via IngentaConnect (http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/bindt/ijcm). It will be of interest to all those concerned with condition monitoring and will contain material that is highly relevant to a wide range of readers including engineers, technologists, academics, scientists and researchers.
Click here to download Guidelines for Authors.
Volume 1 Issue 1 available now – click here to download free for a limited period.
Insight is the Institute's internationally-recognised journal and Europe's foremost NDT publication. It covers NDT in its widest sense: condition monitoring, diagnostic technology and engineering, metrology, and all other materials testing disciplines and techniques.
Insight contains articles of interest to everyone – students to company directors, professors to practitioners. The journal presents the latest research, new and novel applications, back-to-basics refreshers and general interest articles, national and international news and events diary, while letters to the editor add topicality and a good measure of controversy. Published monthly, Insight provides a real insight into the world of materials testing and measuring for quality.
Condition Monitor is a monthly newsletter owned by The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing designed to keep individuals and companies up-to-speed with developments and news within the industry. Individuals who are members of BINDT may subscribe at a reduced rate and companies may also subscribe at a discounted rate if they are BINDT Associate Members.
This is regarded as the industry bible; it is used extensively not only by those working in CM/NDT, but by users and potential users of CM/NDT equipment and services. This regular reference work contains sections on Materials Testing Methods and Capabilities, a Guide to the Market Place, Buyers' Guides, CM/NDT Certification, The Institute, and detailed information on standards, books, periodicals, conferences, exhibitions, foreign societies, and many other items all in one handy book.
Available for purchase by non-members, this essential reference is free to all members.
Infrared Thermography Handbook – Volume 1. Principles and Practice
Author: N Walker
This book will provide guidance on the subject of Infrared Thermography (IRT), namely heat transfer theory, equipment selection, applications and operational factors; and as such can be used as an information source to support IRT operations.
Infrared Thermography Handbook – Volume 2. Applications
Author: A N Nowicki
This book is aimed at thermographers who have attained at least Level 1 accreditation in IRT. It is recommended that the reader also has some operational experience in order to have the required level of knowledge to understand the terminology and diagnostic descriptions included.
Vibration Analysis Pocket Guide
This Vibration Analysis Pocket Guide is designed to assist vibration analysis users to diagnose common machinery fault patterns. Each fault covered presents real-world spectral and waveform data, which are labelled with analysis tips and the preferred amplitude unit(s) in which to analyse the respective faults.The faults covered are categorised into synchronous, non-synchronous and sub-synchronous energy (based upon known shaft speed) as follows:
Synchronous Frequencies – (Imbalance, Misalignment, Belt Misalignment, Structural Looseness, Mechanical Looseness, Sleeve Bearing Wear, Blade/Vane Pass, Worn Gears, Chipped/Broken Gear Teeth, Misaligned Gears).
Non-Synchronous Frequencies – (Harmonics of Primary Belt Frequency, Rolling Element Bearing Defects, Cavitation, Electrical).
Sub-Synchronous Frequencies – (Primary Belt Frequency, Primary Bearing Cage Frequency, Oil Whirl).
Printed on high-quality paper with a durable matt finish. A useful technical glossary is included. Produced by Reliability Maintenance Solutions Ltd and published by The British Institute of Non-Destructive Testing on behalf of its Condition Monitoring Group (COMADIT).
|Proceedings of CM/MFPT 2009|
CD Proceedings of The Sixth International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies – CM/MFPT 2009, held 23-25 June 2009 at the Stillorgan Park Hotel, Dublin, Ireland.
|Proceedings of CM/MFPT 2008|
CD Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Machinery Failure Prevention Technologies – CM/MFPT 2008, held 15-18 July 2008 at the Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh.
|Proceedings of WCEAM / CM2007|
CD Proceedings of The Second World Congress on Engineering Asset Management and the Fourth International Conference on Condition Monitoring – WCEAM/CM2007, held 11-14 June 2007 at the Cairn Hotel, Harrogate, UK.