Network-based System of Mechanical Vibration Fault Diagnosis

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Qiuchen Zhang
Xiaoxia Jin


Nowadays researchers are investing in electrical machines fault diagnosis area. The users and manufacturers are strong for containing diagnostic features for reliability and scalability improvement. The regular monitoring enables machine faults early detection and hence helpful for automation by providing process control. The fault detection performance and machine-learning algorithms classification are highly dependent on features involved. The aim of this paper is to solve the network mechanical vibration problem and for that a research on mechanical vibration fault diagnosis is proposed. The first is to use the vibration signal receiving device to record the vibration signal of the target device. In the process of receiving the signal, the measurement point is related to the accuracy of the received signal, so it is necessary to prepare the measurement point. Secondly, the principle of fault detection based on vibration detection is introduced. The main purpose of this method is to identify the fault characteristics, simulate the fault with MATLAB, and obtain the error time-frequency diagram behavior. The feature vector dimension obtained by the idling confirmation example is the same as that of the rotor, which is 14, including 8 relative wavelet packet intensity entropy feature indexes and higher values, minimum value, peak-to-peak value, mean value, mean square error and variance. Finally, the deficiencies of the detected vibration faults are identified and similar improvements are proposed. Improvements only reduce signal vibration, disrupting feature isolation and identifying patterns.The observed percentage accuracy for classification of faults through proposed approach is 98.2%.

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