Description of Machinary Diagnostic System
The Machinary Diagnostic System can be used to simulate certain types of damage and investigate its effects on the vibration spectrum. The Machinary Diagnostic System permits vibration measurement exercises whereby readings can be taken from different points on the apparatus and at different motor speeds. Users can also complete exercises from purposefully induced faults (measurement of vibration displacement, velocity and acceleration in the time/frequency range). Balancing of rigid rotors and alignment of shafts can also be practiced.
The Machinary Diagnostic System allows the quick and easy mounting of the key component parts. The key components of the base unit are the mechanical elements (i.e. motor, bearing blocks and shaft with rotors). A speed controller and tachometer display are supplied to allow the accurate controlling and displaying of the speed of the motor. The base frame, with integral grooves allows the elements of the apparatus to be moved and adjusted into position accurately.
Experimental Capabilities of Machinary Diagnostic System
Specification of Machinary Diagnostic System