Residual Signal Techniques Used for Gear Fault Detection
The role of vibration monitoring is to detect any impact on the vibration signal due to gear degradation and to give an early warning. Early detection allows a proper scheduled shutdown to prevent failure. Residual signal method can be applied to improve the extraction of the hidden fault impact. The current paper presents a comparative study of three different residual techniques. The paper concludes with a brief discussion on the used methods.
KeywordsGear fault detection Gear dynamics Residual signal method
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