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Bearing Failure Root Cause Analysis

Tim Sundstrom | Research & Development, SPM Instrument
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Webinar Description:

This presentation introduces the concept of HD condition monitoring technology, showing how it has been used to detect bearing damage in a low-speed gearbox. The presentation describes the spalling process in bearings with supporting photos of real bearing damages and suitable techniques for early damage detection. It also covers the choice of sensor type for damage detection in low-speed bearings. The case story involves several measuring challenges:
– Low speed (52 rpm)
– Limited measuring time window, requiring triggered measurements
– Several signal sources
– Planned maintenance stops only once a year

Learning Takeaways

1. Suitable transducers for low speed applications
2. The spalling process in bearings
3. Bearing failure root cause analysis

About the Presenter

Tim Sundström, born 1964 in Sweden, has a M.Sc. degree in Applied Physics and Electrical Engineering from Linköping University, Sweden. For over twenty years, he has been specializing in electronics development and has held managerial positions in the field since 1992. In 2001, he joined SPM Instrument as head of Research and Development, where he has been deeply involved in HD Technology development and field evaluations. Since 2014 Tim is managing the Technology & Application department at the SPM Instrument headquarters in Sweden.

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Farid AMR
Farid AMR
1 year ago

Valuable information. Thanks

About the Author

Tim Sundstrom Research & Development, SPM Instrument

For over twenty years, Tim has been specializing in electronics development and has held managerial positions in the field since 1992. In 2001, he joined SPM Instrument as head of Research and Development, where he has been deeply involved in HD Technology development and field evaluations. Today Tim is head of the Strategic Sales and Applications expert group at SPM Instrument, focusing on developing key areas and knowledge.