Evaluating Mechanical Systems with Electrical and Current Signature Analysis and the Impact of Incoming Power
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Expert electrical and current signature analysis technology can detect complete motor-driven, generator and transformer systems, including incoming power based on simple, straight-forward rules including the impact of incoming power on driven equipment. In this presentation we will cover the ability of rules-based ESA/MCSA in detecting mechanical system degradation and the relationship with power conditions. Real-world examples of incoming power and its impact on fans, pumps, gearboxes, system bearings, and variable frequency drives will be discussed. In this in-the-field set of case studies we will demonstrate the simplicity of detecting mechanical faults throughout electrically-connected systems along with several corrective solutions applied and their impact. Rules-based ESA/MCSA systems provide immediate detection of electrical system and mechanical health without training periods and with a very high degree of accuracy on the first set of data collected regardless of load or speed in continuous or data collection applications.
1. ESA and MCSA detection of mechanical system
2. Power system impact on mechanical systems
3. The importance of rules-based IoT and data collection
About the Presenter:
Howard W Penrose, Ph.D., CMRP is president of the Veteran Owned Small Business, MotorDoc® LLC, the chair standards development American Clean Power, past chair SMRP, past chair Chicago Section IEEE, IEEE standards committee(s) active member, 5-time recipient of the UAW-GM People Make Quality Happen Award, leading researcher ESA/MCSA applications, design team GM hybrid Tahoe and Volt, John Deere 644 and 944 Construction Tractors, electric machine repair/rewind journeyman (NEC 4619/4621), SMRP and ACP government affairs team workforce, smart grid, cybersecurity, infrastructure.