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The 2020 IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC 2020) will be held in Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC), Toronto, Ontario, Canada. SMC 2020 is the flagship conference of the IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society. It provides an international forum for researchers and practitioners to report most recent innovations and developments, summarize state-of-the-art, and exchange ideas and advances in all aspects of systems science and engineering, human machine systems, and cybernetics. Advances in these fields have increasing importance in the creation of intelligent environments involving technologies interacting with humans to provide an enriching experience and thereby improve quality of life. Papers related to the conference theme are solicited, including theories, methodologies, and emerging applications. Contributions to theory and practice, including but not limited to the following technical areas, are invited.
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2013 8th International Symposium on Image and Signal Processing and Analysis (ISPA), 2013
The scale invariant third order moment, skewness, is analysed as an objective function to an adaptive gradient ascent algorithm. The purpose is to achieve a spectrum at the filter output that can enable identification of possible bearing defect signatures which are impulsive and periodic. Harmonically related sinusoids are used to represent such signatures and to build a signal model allowing ...
2013 Fourth International Conference on Computing, Communications and Networking Technologies (ICCCNT), 2013
Present day requirements for enhanced reliability of rotating equipments are most critical than ever before, and demands continue to grow constantly. Detection of faults play important role in the quest for highly reliable operations. Reducing maintenance and production cost, improving uptime, product quality, advance safety and reducing risks are some of the essential drivers for deploying vibration analysis. These serve ...
2011 IEEE International Electric Machines & Drives Conference (IEMDC), 2011
Vibration analysis is one of the most successful techniques used for condition monitoring of rotating machines. The aim of this presentation is to show that vibration analysis is a very efficient and convenient tool for diagnosing mechanical and electromagnetic problems in induction motors. This presentation is based on thirty-five years of the author's experience in the field of vibration motor ...
2007 8th International Conference on Electronic Measurement and Instruments, 2007
Nowadays, oil analysis and vibration analysis are the two main condition monitoring and fault diagnosis techniques for gearboxes maintenance. In practice, these two techniques are usually used independently, and can only find about 40% of faults when used separately which usually cause missed hits and false alarms. If we can integrate the two faults information, more reliable diagnosis results will ...
2011 International Conference on Electric Technology and Civil Engineering (ICETCE), 2011
A Hermite reproducing kernel meshfree method is present for the free and forced vibration analysis of Kirchhoff plates. This formulation provides a straightforward and robust way to construct C<sup>1</sup> approximation to investigate the dynamic response of Kirchhoff plates. The Hermite reproducing kernel approximation of the plate deflection is formulated using the deflectional as well as the rotational nodal variables. The ...
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The scale invariant third order moment, skewness, is analysed as an objective function to an adaptive gradient ascent algorithm. The purpose is to achieve a spectrum at the filter output that can enable identification of possible bearing defect signatures which are impulsive and periodic. Harmonically related sinusoids are used to represent such signatures and to build a signal model allowing characterization of the objective surface of skewness, providing insight to its convergent behaviour. The results are supported with an experiment from an industry setting. Robustness of the proposed algorithm is demonstrated by examining the frequency spectrum resulting from the signal model.
Present day requirements for enhanced reliability of rotating equipments are most critical than ever before, and demands continue to grow constantly. Detection of faults play important role in the quest for highly reliable operations. Reducing maintenance and production cost, improving uptime, product quality, advance safety and reducing risks are some of the essential drivers for deploying vibration analysis. These serve as goals of any plant or corporation. Vibration analysis for predictive maintenance is an important ingredient in all these goals. Vibration analysis can be used as part of root cause analysis efforts within any plant. The present work offers a course of action for analyzing the vibration signals of electrical rotating machines and diagnoses the health of machine for predictive maintenance requirements using Fast Fourier Transform (FFT). The Vibration analysis of electrical rotating machines lies on the fact that all rotating machines in good condition have fairly stable vibration pattern. Under any abnormal condition in working of machines, the vibration pattern gets changed. The amount of variation can be detected and the nature of abnormalities can be analyzed with LabVIEW to get an idea about the fault in the machine. Based on the type of defect and its slope of progression, predictive maintenance schedule can be proposed. This work also aims at overcoming the limitations of traditional vibration analysis techniques.
Vibration analysis is one of the most successful techniques used for condition monitoring of rotating machines. The aim of this presentation is to show that vibration analysis is a very efficient and convenient tool for diagnosing mechanical and electromagnetic problems in induction motors. This presentation is based on thirty-five years of the author's experience in the field of vibration motor diagnostics. Case histories from VSC's field service files covering assorted industries represent typical mechanical and electromagnetic problems found in motors by using vibration analysis techniques. Among them are: bearing failure, mechanical imbalance, structural resonance and foundation problems, winding damage, voltage waveform distortion, faulty control of Variable Frequency Drives (VFD), and combinations of mechanical and electrical problems. A short theoretical analysis of electromagnetic excitation forces based on classical electrical machinery theory is presented. A comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of the varied modern techniques used or recommended in today's industry for electrical motor condition monitoring is provided. The place of vibration analysis in the realm of expert systems for motor condition monitoring is also discussed.
Nowadays, oil analysis and vibration analysis are the two main condition monitoring and fault diagnosis techniques for gearboxes maintenance. In practice, these two techniques are usually used independently, and can only find about 40% of faults when used separately which usually cause missed hits and false alarms. If we can integrate the two faults information, more reliable diagnosis results will be obtained. In this paper, a test rig driving by an electric motor was set up to examine the correlation between vibration signals and oil analysis data. In experimentation procedure, oil samples and vibration signals were collected regularly and the characteristic parameters based on oil analysis and vibration analysis were calculated by using the effective algorithms. Finally, we use D-S theory of evidence as the information fusion method to integrate oil analysis information and vibration analysis information of a gearbox. The results prove that the method integrating oil analysis and vibration analysis is applicable and available in condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of gearboxes.
A Hermite reproducing kernel meshfree method is present for the free and forced vibration analysis of Kirchhoff plates. This formulation provides a straightforward and robust way to construct C<sup>1</sup> approximation to investigate the dynamic response of Kirchhoff plates. The Hermite reproducing kernel approximation of the plate deflection is formulated using the deflectional as well as the rotational nodal variables. The integration of the Galerkin weak form is carried out by the sub domain stabilized conforming integration methdology. The resulting discretized equation can exactly satisfy the integration constraints associated with the bending exactness. In the time domain, the Newmark method is used to obtain the fully discretized equation. Numerical results indicate that the present method is very effective.
Vibration analysis is one of the most successful techniques used for condition monitoring of rotating machines. Vibration analysis is a very efficient and convenient tool for diagnosing mechanical problems in induction motors. The aim of this paper is to show that vibration analysis is an efficient tool for diagnosing electromagnetic problems in induction motors, which are very specific for this type of machines. The industry today widely uses different kinds of nonlinear systems operating in the power lines, for example, adjustable speed drives, which cause voltage distortion on the induction motor supply and in the power lines. Faulty operation of adjustable speed drives very often creates unusual voltage content on the induction motors input. Single phase load in three phase power systems may cause voltage imbalance. Induction motors operating under non-sinusoidal voltage (voltage distortion) or under non-symmetrical three phase voltage (voltage imbalance) have usually experienced significant vibration of electromagnetic nature. Vibration of an electromagnetic nature may also be a result of an internal fault in the motor. Motor vibration data contain substantial analytical information about internal motor electrical problems such as: stator and rotor winding and core condition, air gap eccentricity; and information about external electrical problems: current/voltage imbalance, voltage distortions in the power line, etc. A short theoretical analysis of electromagnetic excitation forces is included to exemplify how the internal and external electrical faults create parasitic radial forces (rotating waves) and tangential forces (pulsating torques) inside the induction motors, which deteriorates equipment health. Faults are illustrated in numerous case histories of electromagnetic problems from different industries, which result in machinery vibration that is significantly above acceptable standards. Among them are: voltage (current) imbalance, voltage waveform distortion, faulty control of ASD, motor eccentric air gap, induction motor winding (stator and rotor) damage, //and combinations of mechanical and electrical problems//.
Based on the equivalent excitation method, the equivalent excitation load of the controlled system is constructed under random excitations, and then adopting the state space control theory, the responses of the controlled system are calculated. According to the equivalent excitation method, the statistical characteristics of the responses are determined to fulfill the random vibration analysis of the controlled system. The simulation analysis of a real building shows that the LQG controlled structural has remarkable control effect. And that prove the feasibility and effectiveness of the random vibration analysis for the controlled system.
This book, written for practicing engineers, designers, researchers, and students, summarizes basic vibration theory and established methods for analyzing vibrations. Principles of Vibration Analysis goes beyond most other texts on this subject, as it integrates the advances of modern modal analysis, experimental testing, and numerical analysis with fundamental theory. No other book brings all of these topics together under one cover. The authors have compiled these topics, compared them, and provided experience with practical application. This must-have book is a comprehensive resource that the practitioner will reference time and again.
To design a new model to reduce the noise of a reactor under inverter power supply, the cause of noise should be investigated. We carry out vibration analysis of a single phase of a reactor while considering electromagnetism and magnetostriction to clarify the mechanism of noise generation in the reactor. In this analysis, magnetostriction is modeled three-dimensionally with equivalent nodal forces. First, the nodal forces in the cores of reactor due to the electromagetism and magnetostriction are calculated using the flux distribution obtained from magnetic field analysis. To determine the dominant cause of noise, the spatial distributions of displacements generated by both nodal forces are then obtained by static structure analysis and they are compared in detail. Moreover, the actual movements of the cores are calculated by vibration analysis. Finally, the effect of the hardness of the cores on noise generation is calculated and measured. It is shown that the hardness of the insulator inserted in gaps between cores affects the vibration and it seems to have an optimal value. Moreover, the analyzed results are proved by measurement.
Apart from bearing failures, induction motors are often subjected to stator winding faults as they are subjected to high mechanical, thermal, electrical stresses and also due to hostile environmental conditions etc. Current monitoring is the mostly used technique for identification of incipient level of inter-turn short faults in induction motors. Few works are also available in literature about vibration analysis of inter-turn fault motors. In vibration monitoring authors have majorly focused on the fundamental rotational and supply harmonics hardly up to four. It is not ideal to judge whether the rise in vibration amplitudes at these harmonics are due to electrical faults such as voltage unbalance, air gap eccentricity, bowed rotor, inter-turn faults or due to mechanical faults such as misalignment, looseness, weak base etc. So, there is a need for further studies in vibration analysis of motors under inter-turn fault. Experimental investigations have been performed to study the effect of inter-turn fault on rotor slot harmonic amplitudes. From the experiments, it is clear that inter-turn fault also results in increase of vibration amplitudes at rotor slot harmonics.
This guide provides current practices related to field measurements of aeolian vibration of overhead conductors.