The ‘Smart Manufacturing’ applied to steelmaking includes a continuous condition monitoring of the mill system, performed by bearings equipped with sensors. They are embedded inside the mill cage, and exposed to heat sources. Monitoring their temperature is mandatory. Fiber optics sensors can be exploited. Their behavior is here modeled, and then tested on some prototypes. The fiber optics technology looks suitable for this application, provided that a precise sensor calibration is performed. A technological assessment is required, to develop the industrial product.

Thermal condition monitoring of large smart bearing through fiber optic sensors / Brusa, Eugenio; Vedova, Matteo Dalla; Giorio, Lorenzo; Maggiore, Paolo. - In: MECHANICS OF ADVANCED MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES. - ISSN 1537-6494. - ELETTRONICO. - 28:11(2021), pp. 1187-1193. [10.1080/15376494.2019.1655611]

Thermal condition monitoring of large smart bearing through fiber optic sensors

Brusa, Eugenio;Vedova, Matteo Dalla;GIORIO, LORENZO;Maggiore, Paolo
2021

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The ‘Smart Manufacturing’ applied to steelmaking includes a continuous condition monitoring of the mill system, performed by bearings equipped with sensors. They are embedded inside the mill cage, and exposed to heat sources. Monitoring their temperature is mandatory. Fiber optics sensors can be exploited. Their behavior is here modeled, and then tested on some prototypes. The fiber optics technology looks suitable for this application, provided that a precise sensor calibration is performed. A technological assessment is required, to develop the industrial product.
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