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Relationship between acoustic emission signal and loads on pneumatic cylinders

MAHMOUD, H. MAZAL, P. VLAŠIC, F.

Original Title

Relationship between acoustic emission signal and loads on pneumatic cylinders

English Title

Relationship between acoustic emission signal and loads on pneumatic cylinders

Type

journal article in Web of Science

Language

en

Original Abstract

This paper demonstrates the relationship between acoustic emission (AE) method parameters and loaded pneumatic cylinders. The cylinders in our experiment were loaded gradually by different weights in a vertical direction. The effect of the defect occurs when the cylinder is loaded at the retreat and progress strokes. This defect affects the relationship between the applied load and the recorded signal of the sensors. The signals of the acoustic emission were recorded from the progress and retreat strokes and then analysed. The time delay is calculated between the digital input and the initiation of movement, and the time of the stroke. The energy and root mean square of the acoustic emission compare between the distinctive different responses in damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders, with and without loading. The energy and RMS were calculated for each cylinder with gradual loading. The results of the test showed approximate linear relationship between the RMS and loading. This paper is a continuation of a previous article and the extension of my work to find distinctive differences that determine whether the cylinder is damaged or undamaged.

English abstract

This paper demonstrates the relationship between acoustic emission (AE) method parameters and loaded pneumatic cylinders. The cylinders in our experiment were loaded gradually by different weights in a vertical direction. The effect of the defect occurs when the cylinder is loaded at the retreat and progress strokes. This defect affects the relationship between the applied load and the recorded signal of the sensors. The signals of the acoustic emission were recorded from the progress and retreat strokes and then analysed. The time delay is calculated between the digital input and the initiation of movement, and the time of the stroke. The energy and root mean square of the acoustic emission compare between the distinctive different responses in damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders, with and without loading. The energy and RMS were calculated for each cylinder with gradual loading. The results of the test showed approximate linear relationship between the RMS and loading. This paper is a continuation of a previous article and the extension of my work to find distinctive differences that determine whether the cylinder is damaged or undamaged.

Keywords

Acoustic emission, pneumatic cylinders, energy, loading

Released

06.09.2019

Publisher

Taylor & Francis Group

Location

UK

Pages from

1

Pages to

17

Pages count

17

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT158976,
  author="Houssam {Mahmoud} and Pavel {Mazal} and František {Vlašic}",
  title="Relationship between acoustic emission signal and loads on pneumatic cylinders",
  annote="This paper demonstrates the relationship between acoustic emission (AE) method parameters and loaded pneumatic cylinders. The cylinders in our experiment were loaded gradually by different weights in a vertical direction. The effect of the defect occurs when the cylinder is loaded at the retreat and progress strokes. This defect affects the relationship between the applied load and the recorded signal of the sensors. The signals of the acoustic emission were recorded from the progress and retreat strokes and then analysed. The time delay is calculated between the digital input and the initiation of movement, and the time of the stroke. The energy and root mean square of the acoustic emission compare between the distinctive different responses in damaged and undamaged pneumatic cylinders, with and without loading. The energy and RMS were calculated for each cylinder with gradual loading. The results of the test showed approximate linear relationship between the RMS and loading. This paper is a continuation of a previous article and the extension of my work to find distinctive differences that determine whether the cylinder is damaged or undamaged.",
  address="Taylor & Francis Group",
  chapter="158976",
  doi="10.1080/10589759.2019.1662900",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Taylor & Francis Group",
  number="34",
  volume="2019",
  year="2019",
  month="september",
  pages="1--17",
  publisher="Taylor & Francis Group",
  type="journal article in Web of Science"
}