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   Steady State Plot Configuration Workshop Page 1   REV C 134515   STEADY STATE PLOT CONFIGURATION WORKSHOP OBJECTIVE:  In this workshop you will open a  previously stored database, and will select vector, DC  gap, and waveform reference data. You will also configure, display, and print single sample compensated  plots, trend and waterfall plots, and tabular list data. You will use both database and plot comments to annotate your printouts. I. Exercise #1: Recall and edit a previously stored database. 1) “Open” the rotor kit database containing the startup and steady state data. 2) Edit Vector, DC Gap, and Waveform Reference Data. a) Select “Edit” from the main menu bar, then “Reference Data”.  b) Select “Vector Reference” to bring up the “Edit Reference Data - Slow Roll Vector” dialog box. c) Make sure “1X” is selected as the Vector source. d) Using the Sample scroll buttons, toggle the sample number to an appropriate Slow Roll vector sample. Since this database begins with a startup, one of the first few samples should work best. e) Confirm your selection on exit by switching to the “Edit Reference - DC Gap” dialog box by pressing the “Gap Ref…” button (if you had wanted to edit the Vector Reference only, you would have used “OK” to exit). f) Select a DC Gap Reference sample using the scroll buttons. Again, this should be one of the first few samples. g) Exit the dialog box with an “OK”.  Page 2 ADRE for Windows   REV C 134515   h) Select “Edit” once again from the main menu bar, “Reference Data”, then “Waveform Reference”. i) Using the scroll buttons for Keyphasor 1, select a waveform sample to be used for waveform compensation.  j) Exit with an “OK” to confirm your selections. 3) Edit Run Type and Limit Keyphasor 1. a) Select “Edit” from the main menu bar, then “Run Definition”.  b) Select “Run Type”. Select “Steady State”. c) Select “Edit” again and “Run Definition” d) Select “Limit Keyphasor 1”. e) For both vector and waveform data, set the “Start” and “Stop” sample numbers to match the steady state trend portion of the database. Notice that the Vector and Waveform sample numbers corresponding to the trend portion of the database do not match. Q . Why do the Vector and Waveform ranges use different sample numbers? ____  _______________________________________________________________ f) Exit with an “OK”.   Steady State Plot Configuration Workshop Page 3   REV C 134515   4) Edit Single Sample selection. a) Select “Edit” from the main menu, “Run Definition”, then “Sample Keyphasor 1”.  b) Using the scroll buttons, adjust the Vector Data and Waveform Data sample counters to the sample you want for plots such as the orbit/timebase and spectrum. c) Select “OK” to confirm your single sample selection. d) Save your work to disk by overwriting the currently open database. II. Exercise #2: Configure, display, and print steady state plots. 1) Configure single sample orbit/timebase plots. a) Select “Plots” from the main menu bar to bring up the Plot Control dialog box.  b) Check the “Select” box next to orbit/timebase, then press the “Configure” button to bring up the Orbit/Timebase Plot Configuration dialog box. c) Configure the following plots using Auto, Each Plot scaling, Single  plot mode, and Single Sample paging: Plot 1 Bearing 1 Direct (no compensation) Plot 2 Bearing 1 Direct Waveform compensated Plot 3 Bearing 1 1X (no compensation) Plot 4 Bearing 1 1X Slow Roll compensated Plot 5 Bearing 2 Direct (no compensation) Plot 6 Bearing 2 Direct Waveform compensated Plot 7 Bearing 2 1X (no compensation) Plot 8 Bearing 2 1X Slow Roll compensated d) Select “OK” on exit from the Orbit/Timebase Plot Configuration dialog box to confirm your work.  Page 4 ADRE for Windows   REV C 134515   2) Configure single sample Spectrum plots. a) Check the “Select” box next to Spectrum, then press the “Configure” button to bring up the Spectrum Plot Configuration dialog box.  b) Configure four spectrum plots (one for each channel) using Auto, Each Plot scaling, Single plot mode, Single Sample paging, and Full Spectrum. c) Exit with an “OK” from both dialog boxes to confirm your changes. d) Save your work to disk by overwriting the currently open database. 3) Configure print orbit/timebase and spectrum plots. a) Click on the Orbit/Timebase icon on the tool bar. If you selected “Single” Plot Mode in the configuration, you will get a single display. Use the “Page Down” icon to access the other plots.  b) Scroll through all 8 plots until you reach “End of Plot Group!”. c) To view the plots again, you must click the Close All Plots icon, then click the Orbit/Timebase icon. Scroll through the plots until the 6th plot (Bearing 2, Direct Waveform Compensated). d) Select “File” from the main menu bar, then “Print”. Select “Current Window” under Print Options, then press “Print”. e) To print multiple plots per page, you will need to change the Plot Mode in the Orbit/Timebase Plot Configuration dialog box to “Multiple”. Remember the shortcut access to any plot configuration is to place the mouse pointer on the plot icon, then click the right   mouse button. Change the Plot Mode to “Multiple”. f) Select any two plots for printing on a single page by un-checking the “Select” box next to each plot you don’t want to print.

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Jul 23, 2017
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