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Volume 22, 2018The Third International Conference on Computational Mathematics and Engineering Sciences (CMES2018)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Published online||17 October 2018|
Inspection of artificially built mechanical failures through innovative condition monitoring techniques
Kilis 7 Aralık University, Faculty of Engineering-Architecture, Mechanical Engineering Dept., Kilis, 79000 Turkey
2* Pamukkale University, Faculty of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Dept., Denizli, 20020, Turkey,
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In this study, the factors influence on root causes of failure initiation are examined with the original test implementation and condition monitoring techniques are emphasized. In working toward this goal, the laboratory test setups and tests which have been created by international research bodies are examined and in order to practise a new research work, a unique test setup system and a test plan is built. In this target of the root cause failure detection, vibration data at radial direction and electrical consumption data are collected through the analysis by comparing two different condition monitoring techniques. In this research, fault detection in modeling fault conditions and vibration, electrical consumption measurement have been let us examination in depth. During the tests, data are collected simultaneously in vibration by four-channel Data Acquisition Card (DAC) and electrical consumption by Motor Condition Monitoring (MCM) system which are integrated with an computer system. Respect to the study results; vibration analysis in detection of defects has been judged to be more successful in comparison with electric consumption analysis under the test conditions in perspective of condition based predictive maintenanceIn the study, it is mentioned that detection of failure initiations at sensitive levels and importance of consequent results.
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