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  Getting the Most from Data Manager® 2000 - Section 4 Lab: Page 1 Rev B138173 - 01 Section 4 Laboratory OBJECTIVE: The student will be able compare and analyze process datarelated to rotating machinery EVALUATION: EXERCISE 1: The student will review the use and value of  process dataEXERCISE 2: The student will create different plots toimplement process and vibration data comparison and analysis STUDENT GUIDE EXERCISE #1 This exercise is designed to provide a review of capturing and analyzing processdata.1.Q.Identify process data that is captured and analyzed at your operation.A._______________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________ 2.Q.Identify kinds of data that would be of value to compare at your operation (ex., pump output compared to outboard bearing vibration)?A._______________________________________________________  _______________________________________________________   Getting the Most from Data Manager® 2000 - Section 4 Lab: Page 2 Rev B138173 - 01 EXERCISE #2 This exercise is designed to provide experience with the Data Manager® 2000 Xvs Y plot, and the Multi-Variable plot.1.Your instructor will provide you with two related points to be compared. Open the X Y Graph Configuration screen, and set the following conditions:- set the Current Point at the one given by the instructor - set the Variable at the one given by the instructor - under the Y Variable , set the Train , Current Point , and Variable tothose given by the instructor - set the Source at the time frame given by the instructor, and set the Trend Value at Maximum unless otherwise instructed- the Output will be to the Screen , the Format will be to a Plot , andthe Scaling will be Auto - at your discretion, you may add the Time or Sample Number Ticmarks- select OK to display the plot. Look at the relationship between the Xand the Y quantities. In other words, as X increases, what happens to Y? As X decreases, what happens to Y?  Getting the Most from Data Manager® 2000 - Section 4 Lab: Page 3 Rev B138173 - 01 2.Now your instructor will give you six (6) points to be compared. Open theMulti-Variable Trend plot, and set the following conditions:- set your first point in the Current Point section at the top of the screen. Make sure the Current Train is the one specified for this exercise. Thenset the Variable selection as specified- under Source , select Data Manager , and under Trend Value ,select Average - now select Comparison Points .- select the points specified by the instructor. Make sure you select thecorrect train, point, and variable for each point. When you have these threesettings correct, select the right arrows > > to place the point you haveselected into the active screen. Repeat this process for all the points given by the instructor. Remember that you have already set the first point in the previous configuration screen; you only have to configure the remaining points after the first one. When this screen is complete, select OK .- at your discretion, you may select RPM , Time , or Sample Number Tic marks- select OK to display the plot. When you first do this, there will be nodata on the screen since this is a live Fast Trend kind of data presentation. The data will begin to appear over a short period of time- once the data is presented, look the plot over. There are four differentkinds of lines displayed3.How would you describe each of the four types of lines? _____________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________   Getting the Most from Data Manager® 2000 - Section 4 Lab: Page 4 Rev B138173 - 01 4.What are the two plot colors that are displayed? _____________________________________________________________ 5.Where in the software can you change these colors? _____________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________ 6.The units on the left side of the screen are in percentage of full scale. Whyaren't the normal scale limits used here? _____________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________ 7.Click on any part of the plot data. What is displayed at the top of the screenwhen you click on areas of the plot? _____________________________________________________________  _____________________________________________________________ 
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