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Research Paper | Mechanical Engineering | China | Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020
Developing an on-Line Machine-Status Monitoring System using Vibrations Analysis
Naison Kunaka | Chen Ning
Abstract: A machine complex monitoring system model was designed and analyzed deliberating on the human involvement in the machine operations. In this paper a deliberation is done to the performance of both Offline and Real-time condition monitoring systems and their divergence from the online monitoring system. The non-defected monitored machine complex (MC) ’s safety, machine component malfunction and the rate of its deterioration up to its enduring time are quantified by vibro-parameters or diagnostic signals that can highlight them within set acceptable deviations. The model illustrated the (component) unit’s state and the whole machine complex’s observability and controllability. The mathematical model developed in this paper assures that the procedure of dynamic diagnostics and forecasting of potentially hazardous dilapidation of component/units’ state in machine complex basing on phase trajectory of life cycle which permits full use of equipment resource in keeping its safety and maintainability is efficient and effective in all construction heavy vehicles.
Keywords: Monitoring system, Observation equipment, Machine component unit, Machine complex MC
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 11, November 2020,
Pages: 570 - 575