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IJSTR >> Volume 10 - Issue 6, June 2021 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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A Review of Fault Diagnosis Techniques of Rolling Element Bearings for Rotating Machinery

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AUTHOR(S)

Mohsin Hassan Albdery, István Szabó

 

KEYWORDS

Fault detection, Rotating Machinery, Rolling Element Bearing, Frequency, Vibration Measurement, Bearing defect, Artificial Intelligent Method

 

ABSTRACT

Rolling element bearings are critical components of rotating machines, and fault in the bearing can cause the machine to fail. Bearing failure is one of the leading causes of failure in various rotating machines used in industry at high and low speeds. As a result, early detection of such defects could prevent failure of the industrial sector or machinery by replacing rolling element bearing and the severity of damage under operating conditions of the bearing, which may help avoid machine malfunctioning. Defective bearings cause vibration, and these vibration signals can be used to evaluate the faulty bearings. This article provides a brief overview of recent trends in bearing fault detection techniques. Finally, it is concluded that vibration analysis technique and other fault diagnostics and condition monitoring of rolling element bearings, fault detection techniques produce better results.

 

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