Vibration signal forecasting on rotating machinery by means of signal decomposition and neuro-fuzzy modeling
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Vibration monitoring plays a key role in the industrial machinery reliability since it allows enhancing the performance of the machinery under supervision through the detection of failure modes. Thus, vibration monitoring schemes that give information regarding future condition, that is, prognosis approaches, are of growing interest for the scientific and industrial communities. This work proposes a vibration signal prognosis methodology, applied to a rotating electromechanical system and its associated kinematic chain. The method combines the adaptability of neuro-fuzzy modeling with a signal decomposition strategy to model the patterns of the vibrations signal under different fault scenarios. The model tuning is performed by means of genetic algorithms along with a correlation-based interval selection procedure. The performance and effectiveness of the proposed method is validated experimentally with an electromechanical test bench containing a kinematic chain. The results of the study indicate the suitability of the method for vibration forecasting in complex electromechanical systems and their associated kinematic chains.
CitationZurita, D., Delgado Prieto, M., Saucedo, J., Cariño , J.A., Osornio, R., Ortega, J.A., Romero, R. Vibration signal forecasting on rotating machinery by means of signal decomposition and neuro-fuzzy modeling. "Shock and vibration", 21 Setembre 2016, vol. 2016, p. 1-13.