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This requirement can be assessed by static analysis of the structure or additional measurements; the latter is usually difficult and expensive.
Two new databases were established and structured as follows; — measured shaft peak-to-peak vibration displacement, 5p. Printed at Simco Printing Press, Delhi.
Both quantities are measured in the radial direction at, or close to, the main load-carrying journal bearings at rated speed s under steady-state operating conditions as defined in 4.
Mechanical vibration – Evaluation of machine vibration by measurements on rotating shafts, Part 5: The analysis may therefore be used to establish the borderline between the two major ranges A-B and C-D. The limiting values are applicable to ail kinds of turbine-driven machine sets, independent of type, head and power, under steady-state conditions, except for the restrictions stated in Clause 1. A pronounced beat character may often be observed. This leads to increased shaft motion – In contrast to thermal machines, hydraulic machines can normally be started up and shut down, or power can be changed rapidly and frequently.
Measurement task C requires the installation of transducers near to, or inside, the hydraulic machine seals or labyrinths, or at positions from where it is possible to reconstruct the shaft line deflection within the hydraulic machine for all relevant vibration modes.
Generally, this criterion will be taken as the basis for evaluation of machines in the absence of any other established knowledge of the satisfactory running characteristics for machines of that type e. Reciprocating Machines above kW. For hydraulic machines, shaft vibration may ocGur over a wide range of frequencies. It is necessary in each case to check if the measured values are permissible for long-term continuous operation considering the specific design and operating conditions, In all cases, evaluation should be made comparing the shaft relative vibration in relation to the bearing running diametrical clearance and oil film thickness.
NOTE Substantial static bearing loads due to erection deficiendes or to environmental deformations can occur without being detected by the measurement of shaft movement within the bearing.
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BS ISO 7919-5:2005
This Indian Standard has been developed from Doc: If the machine should be 799-5 during these operation periods too, a second set of ALARM and TRIP values shall be selected according to the maximum vibration values accepted during commissioning of the machine. We have no document history for this standard. The vibration measurement at the lower guide bearings of vertical machines can, however, be ieo. As a general rule, machines with rolling-element bearings tend to have high bearing stiffness and are better suited to bearing vibration measurement on the pedestal accelerometers on non-rotating parts.
If you operate or service turbomachinery you should be aware of the most important standards applicable to your machinery.
Both of these standards are sub-divided into different parts for machine types. These guidelines are presented in iwo of both steady-state running vibration and any amplitude changes that can occur in these steady vibration values. Where there is no established baseline, for example with a new machine, the initial ALARM setting should be based either on experience with 7199-5 similar machines or relative to agreed acceptance values.
If the TRIP value is exceeded, immediate action should be taken to reduce the vibration or the machine isoo be shut down. Under similar conditions especially for rotor arrangements with only two radial bearingsresonance-like phenomena can be observed at certain speeds while decelerating, with orbits containing one or more of the natural frequencies of the rotor corresponding to the instantaneous speed At frequent transient operating conditions, such as start-up and shut-down, random excitations with broad- band spectrum are dominant.
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Vibration Standards > Turbo Monitoring
Evaluation of machine vibration by measurements on rotating shafts. The evaluation of such processes is much more difficult than that of operation within the specified load range. For hydromechanically smoother running turbine types e. The total area of vibration magnitudes, shown in Figures A.
At the bottom of this page you will find a list of the recommended vibration standards for turbomachinery 791-95 from our extensive experience in vibration and damage analyses.
The total signal, Ssum. For dated references, only the edition cited applies.
It is necessary to appreciate that this criterion has limited application since significant changes of varying magnitude and rates can occur in individual frequency components, but the 7991-5 of these is not necessarily reflected in the total vibration signal.
The example in Figure D. Add to Alert PDF. The selection should be based on vibration performance analyses, simulating all types of faults or disturbing events. They are based on a broad spectrum of theoretical and experimental investigations on horizontal shaft machines. Vibration Standards If you operate or service turbomachinery you should be aware of the most important standards applicable to your machinery.
If the steady-state baseline changes for example after a machine overhaulthe ALARM setting may need to be revised accordingly. Users of 7991-5 Standards should ascertain that they are in possession of isso latest amendments or edition by referring to the latest issue of ‘BIS Catalogue’ and ‘Standards: