There are many faults that cause a rotating component to breakdown and fail, some of the most common being misalignment, unbalance and soft foot. One of the most common faults that cause a component to breakdown are bearing defects.
Why would a company carry out condition monitoring programs?
- Alan Hemphill
- AVT Reliability
As predictive maintenance teams in industrial facilities strive for a more complete picture of their equipment’s health, high frequency vibration measurements have become a crucial addition to identify faults such as motor and pump bearing defects and gear tooth inconsistencies in high-speed gearboxes. As a result, there is an upsurge in demand for vibration sensors with a high frequency response.
- Meredith Christman
- PCB Piezotronics
Studies show that 50 to 70% of all equipment failures can be directly traced to a lubrication-related issue, most of which can be found with oil analysis.
A small number of semiconductor manufacturers have overcome the noise, bandwidth and g-Range shortcomings commonly associated with MEMS sensors used in Condition-based Monitoring (CbM) by producing several medium and high-performance MEMS vibration sensors with the latter being comparable to piezo accelerometers.
- Chris Murphy
- Analog Devices, Inc
This presentation is a showcase from ShockPulse and Vibration measurements made on a passenger train with a walkthrough of the results and the spectrum analysis. It shows how ShockPulse can detect a bearing damage in a difficult application.
- Johan Arvidsson
- SPM Instrument AB
Businesses invest millions of dollars in what they believe will be a fail-safe maintenance program for their electric motors. Regular tests are scheduled for each motor; engineers dutifully record the data when required and then move on to the next motor.
- Noah Bethel
- PdMA Corporation
Understand how MEMS-based accelerometers are helping meet the demands on vibration sensors into today’s Condition based Monitoring Applications. This 2 minute tip will highlight key features and benefits of MEMS-based accelerometers in comparison to piezosensors commonly used for CbM...
- Thomas Brand
- Analog Devices, Inc