gear vibration monitoring Articles

  • New method of monitoring transmission accuracy in automotive gear mechanisms

    Measurement of Transmission Errors (TE) in gear mechanisms is the effective method for evaluation of their NVH parameters. It is especially important for various automotive axles in all-wheel-drive vehicles, where NVH standards are very high. A new method using mathematical Spline Interpolation allows increasing measurement accuracy through application of Rotary Encoders. The most revolutionary ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Opening the envelope on bearing vibration

    A sophisticated signal processing technique can help to pinpoint bearing failure at an early stage. Chris Hansford, Managing Director at Hansford Sensors, explains. Experienced operators can often tell if a machine is not working properly, on the basis that is does not ‘sound right’. The same principle can be applied – using modern electronics – to identify the exact cause ...


    By Hansford Sensors

  • Staying Safe with Environmental Monitoring

    Geotechnical Instrumentation involves administering the earth and environment and it is hence that designers have made different frameworks to make the occupation simpler. These frameworks grab thousands upon much information that it orders and illuminates so they can concoct evidence. The places where it is necessary are the pollution chance appraisal, trends in time and space; anticipatory ...


    By Soldata Limited

  • What are the root causes of wear in industrial machinery?

    Over the years we’ve published a wide range of material designed to help you protect your assets and prevent machine failure, through implementing the right maintenance programme and taking appropriate action to fix issues before they manifest into larger and often more complex problems. However, ...


    By Hansford Sensors

  • Amassing Wind Information

    Wind is a variable resource, but not an indecipherable one. Second Wind encourages harnessing the full range of wind sensing technologies that are available today. When it comes to wind information, much attention is focused on the choice of wind measurement technology and data collection practices in wind resource assessment and project design. Right now, wind data plays a limited role in the ...


  • High-strength wastes boost biogas production

    Water and wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) are significant consumers of energy. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the industry uses the equivalent of 56 billion kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity, representing three percent of the nation’s energy consumption, and is responsible for creating 45 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions each year. Energy intensive processes, such ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

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