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Authors: Nikhil, Kumar
Issue Date: 2002
Abstract: A fast-response PC-based on — line vibration and air-gap monitoring system has been developed for fault detection and preventive maintenance. The system, based on an indigenous Data Acquisition card PCL-208 mounted in 33 MHz PC-386 compatible machine, monitors vibration and air-gap. The system acquires vibration and air-gap signals with high resolution and computes peak-to-peak vibration amplitude, average frequency, frequency spectrum for vibration signal and the air-gap pattern. Fast execution speed has been achieved by performing data acquisition and frequency spectrum computation using C-language. Vibration signals up to 1 KHz can be analyzed. The use of general purpose PC and C-programming language make the vibration and air-gap monitoring system simple, economical and adaptable to variety of problems. The on-line vibration monitoring system has been tested on a simple vibrator and has been found to work satisfactorily. The air-gap monitoring system has been tested in the laboratory by developing a simple working model. This system too works satisfactorily
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Varma, H. K.
Kumar, Vinod
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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