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Application of Acoustic Emission Method to Diagnose Damage in Pneumatic Cylinders

MAHMOUD, H. VLAŠIC, F. MAZAL, P.

Original Title

Application of Acoustic Emission Method to Diagnose Damage in Pneumatic Cylinders

English Title

Application of Acoustic Emission Method to Diagnose Damage in Pneumatic Cylinders

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

The main aim of this paper is to find defects in the pneumatic cylinders using acoustic emission method and find a typical acoustic emission signal associated with a particular type of damage in the cylinder. The second aim is to investigate the relation between acoustic emission signal and a coefficient detection which evaluates the level of damage detection on the basis of the recorded differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders. Current results show good conformity and repeatability, and prove significant sensibility of acoustic emission signal in this application domain of diagnostics which brings higher quality results than currently used methods. It is evident that the diagnostic of pneumatic cylinder can be a new application domain for acoustic emission method. The conclusions of these measurements are summarized in the value of coefficient detection determines the ability of the discovery of defects by acoustic emission. The most serious defects of cylinders are those that have a large degree of severity, which takes into account the worst possible consequences to the customers. The present work follows previous approach performed by the authors, focused on the development of a new system for condition monitoring of pneumatic components supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.

English abstract

The main aim of this paper is to find defects in the pneumatic cylinders using acoustic emission method and find a typical acoustic emission signal associated with a particular type of damage in the cylinder. The second aim is to investigate the relation between acoustic emission signal and a coefficient detection which evaluates the level of damage detection on the basis of the recorded differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders. Current results show good conformity and repeatability, and prove significant sensibility of acoustic emission signal in this application domain of diagnostics which brings higher quality results than currently used methods. It is evident that the diagnostic of pneumatic cylinder can be a new application domain for acoustic emission method. The conclusions of these measurements are summarized in the value of coefficient detection determines the ability of the discovery of defects by acoustic emission. The most serious defects of cylinders are those that have a large degree of severity, which takes into account the worst possible consequences to the customers. The present work follows previous approach performed by the authors, focused on the development of a new system for condition monitoring of pneumatic components supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.

Keywords

pneumatic cylinder, acoustic emission, sensor, damage

Released

01.10.2017

Publisher

BINDT

Location

UK, Northampton

ISBN

9781510844759

Book

First World Congress on Condition Monitoring

Edition

1st

Pages from

858

Pages to

868

Pages count

10

URL

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT141832,
  author="Houssam {Mahmoud} and František {Vlašic} and Pavel {Mazal}",
  title="Application of Acoustic Emission Method to Diagnose Damage in Pneumatic Cylinders
",
  annote="The main aim of this paper is to find defects in the pneumatic cylinders using acoustic emission method and find a typical acoustic emission signal associated with a particular type of damage in the cylinder. The second aim is to investigate the relation between acoustic emission signal and a coefficient detection which evaluates the level of damage detection on the basis of the recorded differences between undamaged and damaged cylinders.
Current results show good conformity and repeatability, and prove significant sensibility of acoustic emission signal in this application domain of diagnostics which brings higher quality results than currently used methods. It is evident that the diagnostic of pneumatic cylinder can be a new application domain for acoustic emission method.
The conclusions of these measurements are summarized in the value of coefficient detection determines the ability of the discovery of defects by acoustic emission. The most serious defects of cylinders are those that have a large degree of severity, which takes into account the worst possible consequences to the customers.
The present work follows previous approach performed by the authors, focused on the development of a new system for condition monitoring of pneumatic components supported by the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic.",
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  booktitle="First World Congress on Condition Monitoring",
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