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Leakage Analysis of Pneumatic Cylinders Using Acoustic Emission

MAHMOUD, H. VLAŠIC, F. MAZAL, P. JÁNA, M.

Original Title

Leakage Analysis of Pneumatic Cylinders Using Acoustic Emission

English Title

Leakage Analysis of Pneumatic Cylinders Using Acoustic Emission

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper discusses the relationship between Acoustic Emission (AE) and different types of defects in pneumatic cylinders, shedding light on a new approach to determining these types of defects and distinguishing between them through Acoustic Emission. Difficulties that face the defects detection process are related to the types of the defects which occur, and the available methods for detection. A detection coefficient has been assigned to each cylinder by applying different methods of non-destructive testing, where a set of cylinders, which have defects that are difficult to detect, were determined. Two of those defects in the cylinders are artificially made, and it is difficult to discover the differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders in this set using current methods. Therefore, the necessary parameters for comparison have been selected after analysing the signals that were obtained from the tests. The average energy of Acoustic Emission signal RMS gives a clear picture of the different responses between damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders.

English abstract

This paper discusses the relationship between Acoustic Emission (AE) and different types of defects in pneumatic cylinders, shedding light on a new approach to determining these types of defects and distinguishing between them through Acoustic Emission. Difficulties that face the defects detection process are related to the types of the defects which occur, and the available methods for detection. A detection coefficient has been assigned to each cylinder by applying different methods of non-destructive testing, where a set of cylinders, which have defects that are difficult to detect, were determined. Two of those defects in the cylinders are artificially made, and it is difficult to discover the differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders in this set using current methods. Therefore, the necessary parameters for comparison have been selected after analysing the signals that were obtained from the tests. The average energy of Acoustic Emission signal RMS gives a clear picture of the different responses between damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders.

Keywords

Leakage, Pneumatic Cylinder, Defect, Acoustic Emission (AE), Detection Coefficient.

Released

01.09.2017

Publisher

BINDT-Northampton NN1 5NX, UK

Location

Northampton NN1 5NX, UK

Pages from

500

Pages to

505

Pages count

6

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT139780,
  author="Houssam {Mahmoud} and František {Vlašic} and Pavel {Mazal}",
  title="Leakage Analysis of Pneumatic Cylinders Using Acoustic Emission",
  annote="This paper discusses the relationship between Acoustic Emission (AE) and different types of defects in pneumatic cylinders, shedding light on a new approach to determining these types of defects and distinguishing between them through Acoustic Emission. Difficulties that face the defects detection process are related to the types of the defects which occur, and the available methods for detection. A detection coefficient has been assigned to each cylinder by applying different methods of non-destructive testing, where a set of cylinders, which have defects that are difficult to detect, were determined. Two of those defects in the cylinders are artificially made, and it is difficult to discover the differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders in this set using current methods. Therefore, the necessary parameters for comparison have been selected after analysing the signals that were obtained from the tests. The average energy of Acoustic Emission signal RMS gives a clear picture of the different responses between damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders.",
  address="BINDT-Northampton NN1 5NX, UK",
  chapter="139780",
  doi="10.1784/insi.2017.59.9.500",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="BINDT-Northampton NN1 5NX, UK",
  number="9",
  volume="59",
  year="2017",
  month="september",
  pages="500--505",
  publisher="BINDT-Northampton NN1 5NX, UK",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}