Design and development of test setup to study the basic procedure of vibration analysis
G. C. Mekalke, B. B. Kabnure, , ,
In past several years Vibration monitoring and vibration diagnosis of various machines has gained enormous importance which includes smaller and medium sized machines with increasing machine frequency. For localization of defects and causes of damage to machines, vibration diagnosis is a fantastic tool, also one can used as an objective defense against unjustified warranty claims. At low speed, vibration can be ignored but at moderate and high speed this becomes larger and various parts of machines will not work properly as a result failure of machine parts. Fast Fourier transform (FFT) analyzer with 8 channel accelerometer probe are used for measuring the vibration amplitude. Accelerometer is a transducer which is used for converting mechanical vibration into electrical signal. The transducer output is proportionate to frequency and amplitude which describes what is wrong with the machine and relative severity of the problem respectively. By understanding the importance of vibration analysis, to study the different methods of vibration diagnosis we made a small setup, and all the methods are studied experimentally on that test setup.
G. C. Mekalke, B. B. Kabnure," Design and development of test setup to study the basic procedure of vibration analysis”, International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends, Volume 3, Issue 8, August-2016, pp. 411-418
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