Bearing is a crucial component of industrial equipment, since any fault occurring in this system usually affects the functionality of the whole machine. To manage this problem some currently available technologies enable the remote prognosis and diagnosis of bearings, before that faults compromise the system function and safety, respectively. A system for the in service monitoring of bearing, to detect any inner fault or damage of components and material, allows preventing undesired machine stops. Moreover, it even helps in performing an out-monitoring action, aimed at revealing any anomalous behaviour of the system hosting bearings, through their dynamic response. The in-monitoring can be based on the vibration signal measurement and exploited to detect the presence of defects in material. In this paper, the Orthogonal Empirical Mode Decomposition is analysed and tested to investigate how it could be effectively exploited in a lean in service monitoring operation and remote diagnosis. The proposed approach is validated on a test rig, where an elementary power transmission line was set-up. The activity highlights some main properties and practical issues of the technological implementation, as well as the precision of the Orthogonal Empirical Mode Decomposition, as a compact approach for an effective detection of bearing faults in operation.
Bearing Health Monitoring Based on the Orthogonal Empirical Mode Decomposition / Delprete, C.; Brusa, E.; Rosso, C.; Bruzzone, F.. - In: SHOCK AND VIBRATION. - ISSN 1070-9622. - 2020(2020), pp. 1-9. [10.1155/2020/8761278]
|Titolo:||Bearing Health Monitoring Based on the Orthogonal Empirical Mode Decomposition|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI):||http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2020/8761278|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|