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- Noise and Vibration Analysis: Signal Analysis and Experimental Procedures
- Vibration Analysis of Rotating Machinery
- Modal Analysis and Simulation: Structural Testing - Part II
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The field of vibration analysis is filled with technical terms, jargon, acronyms, and definitions. We hope you find this glossary useful! This causes some undue complexity in converting parameters between acceleration, velocity, and displacement. The value of G amounts to A transducer whose electrical output is directly proportional to acceleration over a fairly wide frequency range.
Noise and Vibration Analysis: Signal Analysis and Experimental Procedures
Show all documents The components of I. C engine produce noise and vibrations due to variation in loads and unbalanced forces which reduce the life of machine. So, it is essential to identify the major sources of vibration and its location and also to reduce the noise to avoid failures in the system.
In the present study, experimental modal analysis is carried out for various 3-cylinder engine components to determine resonant frequencies in the system, which have been performed by using roving excitation technique. Then the results of experimental modal analysis are verified by using FEA.
The experimental vibration analysis has been carried out at the speed near to the resonance conditions to find out the amplitude of vibrations.
A structural borne noise mapping is carried out to know the exact locations of the noise sources. For example the motion of a tuning fork, the reed in a woodwind instrument or harmonica, or the cone of a loudspeaker is desirable vibration , necessary for the correct functioning of the various devices . Experimental and Numerical Noise and Vibration Analysis of Flour Mill Foundation The purpose of vibration isolation is to control unwanted vibration so that its adverse effects are kept within acceptable limits.
Vibrations originating from machines or other sources are transmitted to a support structure such as a facility floor, causing a detrimental environment and unwanted levels of vibration. If the equipment requiring isolation is the source of unwanted vibration , the purpose of isolation is to reduce the vibration transmitted from the source to the support structure .
Conversely, if the equipment requiring isolation is a recipient of unwanted vibration , the purpose of isolation is to reduce the vibration transmitted from the support structure to the recipient. Experimental analysis on structure-borne noise in an enclosure As year passed by, the search for constructible space has impel the building developer to implement their project much nearer to transportation corridors than previous project and this means the structure-borne noise has become the biggest contributor to the noise from transportation systems transmitted into buildings .
In addition ,as many machineries in a building such as fans, compressors, hydraulic equipment, electrical motors and air conditioning system can produce a substantial amount of vibration , the structure-borne noise is a never-ending demanding problem in engineering . Therefore, inclusive knowledge of structure-borne noise analysis is important for all kind of vibration analysis.
Analysis based modification in sequence of moderator dumping to abate water hammer. As a part of commissioning activity, a detail vibration analysis was carried out on the extension of sparger tubes. During the dumping trials, high impulsive noise and vibration was observed on the piping and on the sparger. It is necessary to minimize the Vibration and Noise level in Flour Mill. Noise and Vibration is the study and modification of the noise and vibration characteristics of vehicles, machines etc.
Motivated from the problem arises in the working of the Flour Mill. The vibration causes the effect on the operator of machineries. Continuous Noise is hazardous for human being. This means that well designed and manufactured sub-systems, which produce low level disturbing forces, can still create problems when assembled on a machineries. In order to avoid these problems, at the design stage it is necessary to model the system accurately and analyze its response to anticipated disturbances, in this research work a mathematical model of the system and formulate the equations of motion, analyze the vibration characteristics natural frequencies and modes the forced vibration response to prescribed disturbances.
This research work is proposed to carry out for the vibration analysis of the Flour Mill and also it is proposed to work for the noise and harshness creates in the Flour Mill.
Material Properties and Boundary conditions Table 1displays the material properties of the Gearbox casing. Gearbox casing is manufactured by several process based on the application of the gearbox.
Cast iron is used for the Gearbox casing due to its damping properties since many years. Using connecting bolts and the base, gearbox casing is strongly mounted. In vibration analysis , boundary conditions have noteworthy role. These are free and fixed boundary conditions. Figure 3 shows the fixed boundary condition and displayed in dark blue colour in the figure.
In this analysis , bearing forces was given normally to bearing surfaces and the outcomes are noted down. Applied loading conditions are shown in Figure 4. The red colour in the figure displays the constraint condition. Experimental analysis of noise and vibration for large brushless doubly fed machines To date, only limited work has been performed on the vibration analysis of BDFMs. Logan et. Abdi et. An analytical and experimental analysis of the generators vibration performance was performed in  showing that the vibration amplitude can be decreased if special attention is given to the choice of the BDFM power and control windings pole numbers, the number of loops in the rotor cage and the design of the laminated stator core.
Numerical and Experimental Study on Vibration and Noise of Embedded Rail System There are two stages in the vibration and noise analyses of rail systems. The first stage uses ANSYS to determine the dynamic response by moving a load on the rail system via the finite element method . The second stage uses LMS Vir- tual. Lab to solve the equation for the sound pressure distribution of the external radiation field via the boundary element method .
To verify this simulation procedure, the feasibility of the acoustic vibration analysis technique is evaluated for the embedded rail of the Kaohsiung LRT system as an example, and the nu- merical simulation and measurement results are analyzed and discussed.
The assessment of noise pollution and vibration in textile industries has been the aim of this study and Textile Mill is chosen as the case study. The investigation was concerned with the noise exposure and its adverse effects to workers at the mill. In this regard, a programme which includes different methods of how to control the problem has been proposed for conserving hearing and vibration at the factory.
The methods include modification of the noise and vibration source by providing viscoelastic epoxy resin sound damping coating, repair of machines, and periodic audiometric testing. This paper presents an efficient method to determine sound power levels PWLs measured by sound level meter SLM near the noise sources generated by the simultaneous operation of Terry towel machine and Time—frequency analysis , including the wavelet transform, is one of the new and powerful tools in the important field of structural health monitoring, using vibration analysis.
Commonly used signal analysis techniques, based on spectral approaches such as the fast Fourier transform FFT , are powerful in diagnosing a variety of vibration -related problems in rotating machinery. Simulation and Experimental Study of Vibration and Noise of Pure Electric Bus Transmission based on Finite Element and Boundary Element Methods It is known from the calculation results that the radiation noise on the left and right sides of the housing is the largest.
Under high frequency, the radiation noise of the upper and lower sides of the housing is larger. At Hz and Hz, the radiant noise in the middle position of the left and right sides of the housing is larger, which is close to the first two order radiation noise frequency and the vibration pattern, and the radiation noise distribution at the other frequencies is similar to the natural vibration type of the housing. The maximum value of the radiation noise is This is close to the two frequency doubling of the meshing frequency of the constant meshing gear pair, and is close to the sixth order modal frequency of the housing.
The radiation noise of the transmission is also affected by the vibration characteristics of the gear system and the inherent characteristics of the housing. Vibration Measurement and Noise Control in Planetary Gear Train Meshing of the gears in the planetary gear set that forms the ratio-changing mechanism of an automatic transmission produces gear noise over a wide range of driving conditions from low to high vehicle speed.
As per the literature survey and industrial survey it is observed that the internal excitation caused by the variation in tooth mesh stiffness is a key factor in causing vibrations. To reduce gear vibrations, numbers of passive and active methods are reported. Many studies have been concentrated on the modification of gear teeth, but these methods have limitations on modifications. Passive methods like the use of periodic struts for gearbox support systems and periodic drive shafts are also reported to reduce gear vibrations.
But these methods require additional actuators, external power, and many signal processing techniques. Hence in order to investigate noise and vibration reductions in planetary gear train by phasing. Each tube of AHX is of serpentine type welded to pipe headers at either end. The sodium enters the tube bundle through the top header and leaves through the bottom one. The air enters the bottom of casing housing the tube bundle and header and leaves at the top.
Each tube is having a small bend near the inlet header followed by finned portions joined by three intermediate U turns and a final bend near the outlet header. Each of these serpentine tubes needs to be supported from various loading considerations. More number of supports is favored to avoid flow induced vibration and seismic induced risks. However, the number of supports shall be minimum from thermo mechanical considerations. The number of supports is arrived at based on the analyses for various loadings.
The analyses have been carried out using CAST 3M, a finite element code, developed by CEA, France Analyses indicated a minimum of six supports one at either end of finned portions except near the header junction is required to avoid fluid elastic instability under cross flow. Subsequent 3-D seismic analysis of the bundle 6 support design resulted in unacceptable stresses under OBE and demanded 8 supports additional support near the tube header junction.
But high thermal stresses at the tube header junction are induced with this 8 support configuration. Analysis of a single tube with 8 supports treating the header junction as fixed boundary condition resulted in unacceptable thermal stresses. Hence a more realistic finite element model tube using pipe elements along with a portion of header using shell elements so as to include the flexibility offered by the header is employed for the analysis.
The fatigue damage is 0. However the additional creep damage beyond 40Y is small due to relaxation and the cumulative creep damage is only 0. Thus the number of supports is decided as eight based on seismic loading and the integrity of tube header junction under thermal loading is demonstrated as per RCC-MR for this design.
This resulted in a wide range of abatement measures that are available for the professionals of the industry today. However, although there are many options in the market, their practical implementations depend upon general constraints that affect most technological application in the engineering world. The progression of these technologies have facilitated the selection of more adequate methods for each best case scenario, but further studies are ought to be made to proper assess if each one is fit for their purpose.
Every method implementation must be analyzed through budget and timeframe limitations, which includes building, maintenance and inspection costs and time allocation, while also aiming to meet different benefits, such as environmental impact control and wear of the whole infrastructure. There are several situations and facilities in a railway project design that need noise and vibration mitigation methods and each design allocates different priorities for each one of them.
More specifically, in special trackworks such as turnouts, the main area of this study, there are two noises types that must be evaluated: impact noise and screeching noise.
With respect to the second, it is similar to curve squeals and, being such, its mitigation methods are to be assigned as if it was to abate curve squeal in turnouts and crossings. The impact noise on the other hand, emerges from the sound made by the rolling stock moving through joints and discontinuities i. A life cycle analysis is therefore substantial for this reality and in this case will be applied to Squeal and Impact Noise on Special Trackwork.
The evaluation is based on a valid literature review and the total costs were assumed by industry reports to maintain coherency. The period for a life cycle analysis is usually of 50 years, hence it was the value assumed. As for the general parameters, an area with high density of people was considered to estimate the values for a community with very strict limits for noise and vibration.
Noise and vibration from building mounted micro wind turbines Part 2: Results of measurements and analysis Micro-wind turbines can be seen to behave significantly differently to larger machines in two main respects. First, the noise levels generated by larger machines generally increase as wind speed increases. However, for MWTs the situation is more complicated and noise levels could go up and down as wind speed, and therefore rotor speed, increases.
This is due to structural resonances and is a common characteristic of structure-borne sound. Secondly, the rotor speed of MWTs changes far more rapidly with wind speed with significant changes occurring more or less every second in normal operation. The rotor speed of the larger machines by contrast is relatively stable.
Vibration Analysis of Rotating Machinery
Show all documents The components of I. C engine produce noise and vibrations due to variation in loads and unbalanced forces which reduce the life of machine. So, it is essential to identify the major sources of vibration and its location and also to reduce the noise to avoid failures in the system. In the present study, experimental modal analysis is carried out for various 3-cylinder engine components to determine resonant frequencies in the system, which have been performed by using roving excitation technique. Then the results of experimental modal analysis are verified by using FEA.
Modal Analysis and Simulation: Structural Testing - Part II
Modal analysis of the data obtained from structural testing, provides us with a definitive description of the response of a structure, which can be evaluated against design specifications. It also enables us to construct a powerful tool, the modal model, with which we can investigate the effects of structural modifications or predict how the structure will perform under changed operating conditions. A simplified definition of modal analysis can be made by comparing it to frequency analysis.
Skip to Main Content. A not-for-profit organization, IEEE is the world's largest technical professional organization dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity. Use of this web site signifies your agreement to the terms and conditions. Vibration based centrifugal pump fault diagnosis based on modulation signal bispectrum analysis Abstract: This paper characterises vibration signals using modulation signal bispectrum method in order to develop an effective and reliable feature sets for detecting and diagnosing faults from both the bearings and impellers in a centrifugal pump. As vibration signals contain high level background noises due to inevitable flow cavitation and turbulences, effective noise reduction and reliable feature extraction are critical procedures in vibration signal analysis.
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