Investigation of wireless sensor deployed on a rotating shaft and its potential for machinery condition monitoring

Lutfi Arebi, Yibo Fan, Fengshou Gu, Andrew Ball

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Abstract

Rotating shafts are the most critical component of rotating machines such as motors, pumps, engines and turbines. Due to their heavy duties, defects are more like developed during operation. There are many techniques used to monitor shaft defects by analysing the vibration of the shaft as well as the instantaneous angular speed (IAS) of the shaft. The signal are measured either using non-contact techniques such as laser-based measurement or indirect measurement such as the vibration on bearing housings. The advancement in low cost and low power Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) make it possible to develop an integrated wireless sensor which can be mounted on the shaft. This can make the fault diagnosis of rotating shafts more effective because the sensor can be mounted on the shaft directly. This paper presented a novel integrated wireless accelerometer for rotational parameter measurement. Its performance is benchmarked with that from a shaft encoder. Experimental results show that the wireless acceleration signal has less noise and hence it is more possible for small fault detection.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCOMADEM 2010 - Advances in Maintenance and Condition Diagnosis Technologies Towards Sustainable Society, Proc. 23rd Int. Congr. Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management
Pages627-635
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - 10 Sep 2010
Event23rd International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management - Nara, Japan
Duration: 28 Jun 20102 Jul 2010
Conference number: 23

Conference

Conference23rd International Congress on Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management
Abbreviated titleCOMADEM 2010
CountryJapan
CityNara
Period28/06/102/07/10

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Condition monitoring
machinery
shaft
Machinery
sensor
Sensors
Bearings (structural)
monitoring
Defects
Accelerometers
Fault detection
Failure analysis
Turbines
Pumps
Engines
defect
vibration
Lasers
Costs
accelerometer

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Arebi, L., Fan, Y., Gu, F., & Ball, A. (2010). Investigation of wireless sensor deployed on a rotating shaft and its potential for machinery condition monitoring. In COMADEM 2010 - Advances in Maintenance and Condition Diagnosis Technologies Towards Sustainable Society, Proc. 23rd Int. Congr. Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management (pp. 627-635)
Arebi, Lutfi ; Fan, Yibo ; Gu, Fengshou ; Ball, Andrew. / Investigation of wireless sensor deployed on a rotating shaft and its potential for machinery condition monitoring. COMADEM 2010 - Advances in Maintenance and Condition Diagnosis Technologies Towards Sustainable Society, Proc. 23rd Int. Congr. Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management. 2010. pp. 627-635
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Investigation of wireless sensor deployed on a rotating shaft and its potential for machinery condition monitoring. / Arebi, Lutfi; Fan, Yibo; Gu, Fengshou; Ball, Andrew.

COMADEM 2010 - Advances in Maintenance and Condition Diagnosis Technologies Towards Sustainable Society, Proc. 23rd Int. Congr. Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering Management. 2010. p. 627-635.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

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