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IJAT Vol.7 No.5 pp. 550-557
doi: 10.20965/ijat.2013.p0550
(2013)

Paper:

New Method Using Piezoelectric Jerk Sensor to Detect Roller Bearing Failure

Nobuhiko Henmi and Shingo Takeuchi

Shinshu University, 4-17-1 Wakasato, Nagano 380-8553, Japan

Received:
March 20, 2013
Accepted:
July 9, 2013
Published:
September 5, 2013
Keywords:
piezoelectric jerk sensor, rolling bearing, failure diagnosis, low speed rotation
Abstract

An acceleration sensor is usually used to examine for roller bearing damage. It is difficult, however, to detect abnormal vibration and examine for roller bearing damage when rotation speed is low. The final target of this study is to establish a bearing damage diagnosis system based on the piezoelectric jerk sensor we developed, which can be used for both low- and highspeed rotations. For this purpose, this paper aims to identify the features of an abnormal vibration detection signal at a low rotation speed, propose a new roller bearing damage diagnosis method that uses the features, and clarify the validity of the method. Experiments are conducted to analyze a scratch purposely made on the outer ring of a conical roller bearing that rotates at the low speeds of 10 or 40 rpm. The results verify the advantages of using the jerk sensor for the bearing damage diagnosis and the validity of the method proposed in this paper.

Cite this article as:
N. Henmi and S. Takeuchi, “New Method Using Piezoelectric Jerk Sensor to Detect Roller Bearing Failure,” Int. J. Automation Technol., Vol.7, No.5, pp. 550-557, 2013.
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