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J. Comp. Eng. Math., 2017, Volume 4, Issue 1, Pages 3–15 (Mi jcem79)  

Engineering Mathematics

Stationary automatic vibration control and analysis systems: application experience

E. N. Ishmetyeva, O. S. Logunovab, A. N. Panova, D. V. Chistyakova, E. E. Bodrovb

a CJSC "KonsOM SKS" (Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk region, Russian Federation)
b Nosov Magnitogorsk State Technical University (Magnitogorsk, Chelyabinsk region, Russian Federation)

Abstract: In the modern world, there is a growing demand for stationary vibration control and analysis systems. Planetary gearboxes, gear-type stand drives of rolling mills, intermediate roll bearings, electric drive bearings and pump bearings have been equipped with vibration control systems. The objective of this research is to extend the area of use for stationary vibration control and analysis systems in metal industry. This research involves the choice of mechanical vibration quantitative parameters, the definition of concept for vibration analysis results visualization, design and implementation of mimic panels to display vibration analysis results for metal industry units. This research was carried out in the nondestructive inspection laboratory of the Closed Joint-Stock Company "KonsOM SKS" from 2011 to 2016. The research group used methods of data collecting and visualization through server technology and statistical data processing. As results of this research, the increased overhaul equipment lifetime intervals were achieved and science-based schedules for equipment maintenance were formed. Stationary vibration analysis systems have been implemented in shops of a large steel company of the Russian Federation for mechanisms of agglomeration machines, cold and hot rolling mills, bending-stretching machine and floating pump.

Keywords: defect, root mean square, mimic panel, monitoring, stationary vibration control system, vibration analysis, vibration sensor.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14529/jcem170101

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UDC: 004.42
MSC: 68N30, 65Z05
Received: 22.12.2016
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Citation: E. N. Ishmetyev, O. S. Logunova, A. N. Panov, D. V. Chistyakov, E. E. Bodrov, “Stationary automatic vibration control and analysis systems: application experience”, J. Comp. Eng. Math., 4:1 (2017), 3–15

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