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The Multi-Parameter on-Line Monitoring System Applied for Rotating Machinery

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DOI: 10.18488/journal.71/2016.3.2/71.2.19.28

Zuzana Murcinkova , Jaromir Murcinko , Pavel Adamcik

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(2016). The Multi-Parameter on-Line Monitoring System Applied for Rotating Machinery. Review of Industrial Engineering Letters, 3(2): 19-28. DOI: 10.18488/journal.71/2016.3.2/71.2.19.28
The paper deals with the designed multi-parameter on-line monitoring system for rotating machinery based on LonWorks Technology. It analyzes the basic theoretical assumptions for its design with the usage of artificial intelligence elements. Moreover, it provides the description of applications of the new monitoring system to production systems of the flexoprinting machines and the small hydroelectric power plant. The effects are in the economy field, i.e. minimization of the production breakdown due to failures, and in the field of environment protection. Thus a modern maintenance characterized by minimizing the costly unscheduled downtime and unexpected breakdowns is presented.
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The study presents the usage of the new and developing monitoring system named Oktalon characterized by on-line regime. The paper's primary contribution is presentation of the successful approach that allows preventing the undesirable breakdowns in production using the rotary motion. The descriptions of system implementations provide system's advantages and benefits.

Evaluation and Quantification of Electromagnetic Field Distribution for Different Configurations of Aeronautical Materials

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Salim Bennoud , Mourad Zergoug

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(2016). Evaluation and Quantification of Electromagnetic Field Distribution for Different Configurations of Aeronautical Materials. Review of Industrial Engineering Letters, 3(2): 29-37. DOI: 10.18488/journal.79/2016.3.2/79.2.29.37
The electromagnetic field distributions are of great importance in various engineering applications, especially in aeronautical industry due to the presence of the communication systems, the embarked radars and antennas as well as the electric circuits and components on aircraft that requires to take account of the influence of these devices on their environment and in particular of their interactions with the material. This paper shows how electromagnetic field distributes across different aeronautical materials. This problem is solved using computational electromagnetic, such as the finite elements method, to resolve Maxwell’s equations through the problem geometry using an in-house code developed during this work. Obtained results enable to calculate the field values in any place of the studied geometry and determinate the related physical parameters. Results show that parameters such as material properties, used frequency and sample dimensions have a strong influence on the field distribution. This dependence could have important consequences to characterize and optimize conditions to choose materials used in electromagnetic applications. For particular cases these results are compared with open-source codes. The results are very similar with a good precision which enables to use the developed code to carry out simulations for other geometries of materials with different proprieties.
Contribution/ Originality
The paper's primary contribution is presentation of new and developed CEM code characterized by capability to calculate and quantify the electromagnetic fields in various regimes. This study contributes in the existing literature by increasing the advantages to apply FEM method analysis to more comprehend electromagnetic problems.