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Vibration Analysis

Vibration Analysis

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A laser-based contact less displacement measurement system is usedfor data acquisition to analyze the mechanical vibrations exhibited byvibrating structures and machines. The analysis of these vibrationsrequires a number of signal processing operations which include thedetermination of the system conditions through a classification ovarious observed vibration signatures and the detection of changes inthe vibration signature in order to identify possible trends. Thisinformation is also combined with the physical characteristics andcontextual data (operating mode, etc.) of the system undersurveillance to allow the evaluation of certain characteristics likefatigue, abnormal stress, life span, etc., resulting in a high levelclassification of mechanical behaviors and structural faults accordingto the type of application
 
 
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ABSTRACT
A laser-based contact less displacement measurement system is used for dataacquisition to analyze the mechanical vibrations exhibited by vibrating structures andmachines. The analysis of these vibrations requires a number of signal processingoperations which include the determination of the system conditions through aclassification of various observed vibration signatures and the detection of changes in thevibration signature in order to identify possible trends. This information is also combinedwith the physical characteristics and contextual data (operating mode, etc.) of the systemunder surveillance to allow the evaluation of certain characteristics like fatigue, abnormalstress, life span, etc., resulting in a high level classification of mechanical behaviors andstructural faults according to the type of application.Smart sensors or latest generation sensors are now use for vibration measurements.Where the first generation sensors are piezoelectric accelerometers, second generationsensors are modification of piezoelectric accelerometers and latest are the smart sensors.Third-generation smart sensors use mixed mode analogue and digital operations to performsimple unidirectional communication with the condition monitoring equipment.
 
 
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INTRODUCTION
The study of vibrations generated by mechanical structures and electrical machinesare very important. The advent of machines and processes that are more and more complexand the ever increasing exploitation and production costs have favored the emergence of several application fields requiring vibration analysis. Among these application fields, wefind machine monitoring, modal analysis, quality control, and environment tests. Thesefunctions are used in fields such as aeronautics, space industry, automotive industry, energyproduction, civil engineering, and audio equipment.The signal processing application described here uses a laser-based vibrometer inorder to analyze the vibrations exhibited by mechanical systems. This technique can beused in the numerous applications mentioned above. The problem is to develop anintelligent system that has the ability to determine the system conditions based on aclassification of the possible vibration signatures, detect changes in the vibration signature,and analyze their trends.The classification of the various possible vibration signatures requires a prioriknowledge of the mechanical system under healthy conditions as well as for the variousfault conditions; when possible a mathematical model of the system should be provided.The latter is often crucial for the good interpretation of the observations, since it predictsthe dynamic behavior of the structure and thus the healthy vibration signature.Vibration spectra are i
n general “peaky” due to either the
periodic nature of the
system‟s excitation or to the natural
resonance properties of the mechanical system.Changes in a vibration signal can result from a variation of the amplitude, frequency,and/or phase of one or many of the components. Moreover, new peaks may add to theexisting spectrum, or some peaks may fade out. Changes can also appear in the form of short transients or spikes in the time domain. At the extreme, if the vibrations become sostrong that the structure actually starts to move, then the overall average level of vibrationwould change, that is, a DC component would appear.

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