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Machinery Noise And Diagnostics

Author: Richard H Lyon
Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann
ISBN: 1483289451
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Machinery Noise and Diagnostics provides engineers with an understanding of how dynamic forces produce structural vibration in machines and how these vibrations are transmitted through the machine and produce radiated sound. The book presents the theoretical and practical aspects of machinery noise and diagnostics. The chapters contained in the text discuss subjects on the integration of noise reduction into the design process; sounds radiated by machines; the vibratory or acoustical signals picked up by a sensor and used for diagnostics; and other aspects of diagnostic procedures likely to be important in future machine monitoring systems. This publication will be of value to mechanical engineers, mechanics and machine designers.

Condition Monitoring Of Machinery In Non Stationary Operations

Author: Tahar Fakhfakh
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642287689
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Condition monitoring of machines in non-stationary operations (CMMNO) can be seen as the major challenge for research in the field of machinery diagnostics. Condition monitoring of machines in non-stationary operations is the title of the presented book and the title of the Conference held in Hammamet - Tunisia March 26 – 28, 2012. It is the second conference under this title, first took place in Wroclaw - Poland , March 2011. The subject CMMNO comes directly from industry needs and observation of real objects. Most monitored and diagnosed objects used in industry works in non-stationary operations condition. The non-stationary operations come from fulfillment of machinery tasks, for which they are designed for. All machinery used in different kind of mines, transport systems, vehicles like: cars, buses etc, helicopters, ships and battleships and so on work in non-stationary operations. The papers included in the book are shaped by the organizing board of the conference and authors of the papers. The papers are divided into five sections, namely: Condition monitoring of machines in non-stationary operations Modeling of dynamics and fault in systems Signal processing and Pattern recognition Monitoring and diagnostic systems Noise and vibration of machines The presented book gives the back ground to the main objective of the CMMNO 2012 conference that is to bring together scientific community to discuss the major advances in the field of machinery condition monitoring in non-stationary conditions.

Condition Monitoring And Diagnostic Engineering Management

Author: A. Starr
Publisher: Elsevier
ISBN: 9780080550787
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This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the 14th International Conference on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management (COMADEM 2001), held in Manchester, UK, on 4-6 September 2001. COMADEM 2001 builds on the excellent reputation of previous conferences in this series, and is essential for anyone working in the field of condition monitoring and maintenance management. The scope of the conference is truly interdisciplinary. The Proceedings contains papers from six continents, written by experts in industry and academia the world over, bringing together the latest thoughts on topics including: Condition-based maintenance Reliability centred maintenance Asset management Industrial case studies Fault detection and diagnosis Prognostics Non-destructive evaluation Integrated diagnostics Vibration Oil and debris analysis Tribology Thermal techniques Risk assessment Structural health monitoring Sensor technology Advanced signal processing Neural networks Multivariate statistics Data compression and fusion This Proceedings also contains a wealth of industrial case studies, and the latest developments in education, training and certification. For more information on COMADEM's aims and scope, please visit http://www.comadem.com

Waveform Analysis Of Sound

Author: Mikio Tohyama
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 4431544240
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What is this sound? What does that sound indicate? These are two questions frequently heard in daily conversation. Sound results from the vibrations of elastic media and in daily life provides informative signals of events happening in the surrounding environment. In interpreting auditory sensations, the human ear seems particularly good at extracting the signal signatures from sound waves. Although exploring auditory processing schemes may be beyond our capabilities, source signature analysis is a very attractive area in which signal-processing schemes can be developed using mathematical expressions. This book is inspired by such processing schemes and is oriented to signature analysis of waveforms. Most of the examples in the book are taken from data of sound and vibrations; however, the methods and theories are mostly formulated using mathematical expressions rather than by acoustical interpretation. This book might therefore be attractive and informative for scientists, engineers, researchers, and graduate students who are interested in the mathematical representation of signals and the applications of Fourier analysis. The book can be described as being practically self-contained but does assume readers are familiar with introductory topics in discrete signal processing, as in the discrete Fourier transform. Hence this book might be also usable as a textbook in graduate courses in applied mathematics on topics such as complex functions. Almost all scientific phenomena are sensed as waves propagating in some space. Over the years, waveform analysis has therefore been one of the resilient academic areas of study and still is seen as fertile ground for development. In particular, waveform analysis based on the theory of linear systems would be a good example where a physical interpretation can be given to the mathematical theory of complex functions in terms of magnitude, angle, poles, and zeros of complex functions. For readers who are interested in the physical aspects of sound and vibration data or elementary formulation of wave equations and their solutions, the book Sound and Signals by M. Tohyama (Springer 2011) is recommended. It can serve as a complementary companion to this present volume or independently as a good reference.

Rotating Machinery And Signal Processing

Author: Ahmed Felkaoui
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319961810
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This book provides readers with a timely snapshot of the potential offered by and challenges posed by signal processing methods in the field of machine diagnostics and condition monitoring. It gathers contributions to the first Workshop on Signal Processing Applied to Rotating Machinery Diagnostics, held in Setif, Algeria, on April 9-10, 2017, and organized by the Applied Precision Mechanics Laboratory (LMPA) at the Institute of Precision Mechanics, University of Setif, Algeria and the Laboratory of Mechanics, Modeling and Manufacturing (LA2MP) at the National School of Engineers of Sfax. The respective chapters highlight research conducted by the two laboratories on the following main topics: noise and vibration in machines; condition monitoring in non-stationary operations; vibro-acoustic diagnosis of machinery; signal processing and pattern recognition methods; monitoring and diagnostic systems; and dynamic modeling and fault detection.

Advances In Condition Monitoring Of Machinery In Non Stationary Operations

Author: Fakher Chaari
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 3319204637
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The book provides readers with a snapshot of recent research and technological trends in the field of condition monitoring of machinery working under a broad range of operating conditions. Each chapter, accepted after a rigorous peer-review process, reports on an original piece of work presented and discussed at the 4th International Conference on Condition Monitoring of Machinery in Non-stationary Operations, CMMNO 2014, held on December 15-16, 2014, in Lyon, France. The contributions have been grouped into three different sections according to the main subfield (signal processing, data mining or condition monitoring techniques) they are related to. The book includes both theoretical developments as well as a number of industrial case studies, in different areas including, but not limited to: noise and vibration; vibro-acoustic diagnosis; signal processing techniques; diagnostic data analysis; instantaneous speed identification; monitoring and diagnostic systems; and dynamic and fault modeling. This book not only provides a valuable resource for both academics and professionals in the field of condition monitoring, it also aims at facilitating communication and collaboration between the two groups.

Vibration And Acoustics

Author: C. Sujatha
Publisher: Tata McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 0070148783
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Vibrations and Acoustics: Measurement and Signal Analysis is the culmination of the author's more than two decades of teaching and research experience in these areas. It will serve as a source of reference for postgraduate students, researchers, academicians, practicing engineers and professionals in the field of vibration and acoustics.