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PeakVue Training

PeakVue Training

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 DESCRIPTION OF PEAKVUE AND ILLUSTRATION OF ITS WIDEARRAY OF APPLICATIONS IN FAULT DETECTION ANDPROBLEM SEVERITY ASSESSMENT
James C. Robinson, CSI, an Emerson Electric CompanyandJames E. Berry, P.E., Technical Associates of Charlotte, P.C.
 
Emerson Process Management Reliability Conference 2001October 22 - 25, 2001
 
 
DESCRIPTION OF PEAKVUE AND ILLUSTRATION OF ITS WIDEARRAY OF APPLICATIONS IN FAULT DETECTION ANDPROBLEM SEVERITY ASSESSMENTTABLE OF CONTENTSSECT. DESCRIPTION PAGEAbstract.........................................................................................................................11.0 Introduction......................................................................................................22.0 Discussion of Stress Waves..............................................................................52.1 Nondestructive Testing Employing Stress Waves.............................52.2 Quantitative Framework for Understanding Stress WavesGenerated in Rotating Machinery......................................................62.3 Detection of Stress Waves Generated in Rotating Machinery.......112.3.1 Introduction............................................................................112.3.2 Propagation of Stress Waves to Detection Site....................112.3.3 Selecting the Sensor and Location........................................123.0 Analysis of Stress Waves...............................................................................153.1 Introduction........................................................................................153.2 Capture and Analysis of Stress Waves.............................................153.3 Comparison between PeakVue and Demodulation........................194.0 Recommended Measurement Setup for OptimumPeakVue Measurements................................................................................254.1 Introduction........................................................................................254.2 Recommended PeakVue Data Acquisition Setup Parameters.......254.2.1 Selection of High-Pass Filter.................................................264.2.2 PeakVue Analysis Bandwidth (F
max
)....................................274.2.3 Resolution and #Time Domain Samples..............................284.2.4
 
Number of Averages..............................................................29
 
4.2.5 Tabulated Procedure for Recommended PeakVueMeasurement Setups..............................................................304.2.6 Trending of PeakVue Data....................................................324.2.7 Selecting the Optimum Sensor for PeakVueMeasurements.........................................................................344.2.8 Selecting the Optimum Sensor Mounting for PeakVueMeasurements.........................................................................354.2.9 Setting up PeakVue Measurements within CSI’sRBMware
TM
Software...........................................................375.0 Recommended PeakVue Alert/Fault Alarm Levels....................................416.0 Anticipated PeakVue Time Waveform and Spectral Patterns for aVariety of Faults and Problem Conditions..................................................45
 
SECT. DESCRIPTION PAGE7.0 Real-World Case Studies...............................................................................507.1 Introduction........................................................................................507.2 Lubrication and Impact on a Split Ring Pedestal Bearing............507.3 Outer Race Defect in Pinion Stand Gearbox...................................557.4 Cracked teeth in a Precision Tension Bridle Gearbox...................607.5 Defective Gearbox Bearing Detected Through Trending of PeakVue Data.....................................................................................647.6 Detection of Cracked Inner Race on a Variable Frequency DriveIncinerator Fan…………………………………………………….. 687.7 Detection and Correction of a Lubrication Problem on anAC Induction Motor Driving a Belt-Driven Fan………………….738.0 Summary, Conclusions and Recommendations..........................................798.1 Summary.............................................................................................798.2 Conclusions.........................................................................................808.3 Recommendations..............................................................................80References...................................................................................................................82Appendices..................................................................................................................83Appendix A. Application of Band Pass Filters during PeakVue Measurementson Special Machinery Types or Operating Conditions..................84A.1 Introduction....................................................................................................84A.2 Case Study: Defective Felt on a Paper Machine........................................84A.3 Consideration for Selecting a Band Pass Filter in Lieu of aHigh-pass Filter..............................................................................................87Appendix B. Explanation of the Autocorrelation Coefficient Function.............88B.1 Introduction....................................................................................................88B.2 Basic Discussion of Autocorrelation Coefficient Function.........................88B.3 Example of Autocorrelation Coefficient Function......................................90Acknowledgements....................................................................................................94

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