Publication detail

Use of Acoustic Emission Method for Diagnosis of Damage of Pneumatic Cylinders

MAZAL, P. VLAŠIC, F. MAHMOUD, H.

Original Title

Use of Acoustic Emission Method for Diagnosis of Damage of Pneumatic Cylinders

English Title

Use of Acoustic Emission Method for Diagnosis of Damage of Pneumatic Cylinders

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Pneumatic components represent an important part of many technical devices in transportation, mechanical, automotive and power engineering etc. The proper function of these components decides not only on the correct function of production equipment, for example, but in many cases influences also the safety of passengers, operators etc. The diagnosis of these systems is currently based mainly on monitoring of vibrations, possibly also are verified devices on the principle of ultrasound. Possibilities of these methods have proven to be inadequate, less sensitive and largely unreliable. Another diagnostic procedure that is being tested is the noise analysis of activity of diagnosed devices. Also, this method proves to be unsuitable for practical use in operational diagnostics. However, the required new methods of increasing sensitivity speed and efficiency of NDT, their automation, minimizing the human factors and the reduction of operating costs. Ideally, it is the possible to consider a combination of acoustic emission with other methods, thereby ensuring high sensitivity reliability at the same time.

English abstract

Pneumatic components represent an important part of many technical devices in transportation, mechanical, automotive and power engineering etc. The proper function of these components decides not only on the correct function of production equipment, for example, but in many cases influences also the safety of passengers, operators etc. The diagnosis of these systems is currently based mainly on monitoring of vibrations, possibly also are verified devices on the principle of ultrasound. Possibilities of these methods have proven to be inadequate, less sensitive and largely unreliable. Another diagnostic procedure that is being tested is the noise analysis of activity of diagnosed devices. Also, this method proves to be unsuitable for practical use in operational diagnostics. However, the required new methods of increasing sensitivity speed and efficiency of NDT, their automation, minimizing the human factors and the reduction of operating costs. Ideally, it is the possible to consider a combination of acoustic emission with other methods, thereby ensuring high sensitivity reliability at the same time.

Keywords

Acoustic emission, pneumatic cylinder, diagnostics, signal

Released

01.07.2016

Publisher

Rolf Diederichy

Location

Bad Breisig, Germany

Pages from

1

Pages to

10

Pages count

10

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT127650,
  author="Pavel {Mazal} and František {Vlašic} and Houssam {Mahmoud}",
  title="Use of Acoustic Emission Method for Diagnosis of Damage of Pneumatic Cylinders",
  annote="Pneumatic components represent an important part of many technical devices in transportation, mechanical, automotive and power engineering etc. The proper function of these components decides not only on the correct function of production equipment, for example, but in many cases influences also the safety of passengers, operators etc. The diagnosis of these systems is currently based mainly on monitoring of vibrations, possibly also are verified devices on the principle of ultrasound. Possibilities of these methods have proven to be inadequate, less sensitive and largely unreliable. Another diagnostic procedure that is being tested is the noise analysis of activity of diagnosed devices. Also, this method proves to be unsuitable for practical use in operational diagnostics. However, the required new methods of increasing sensitivity speed and efficiency of NDT, their automation, minimizing the human factors and the reduction of operating costs. Ideally, it is the possible to consider a combination of acoustic emission with other methods, thereby ensuring high sensitivity reliability at the same time.",
  address="Rolf Diederichy",
  chapter="127650",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Rolf Diederichy",
  number="1",
  volume="2016",
  year="2016",
  month="july",
  pages="1--10",
  publisher="Rolf Diederichy",
  type="journal article - other"
}