An integrated system for Condition Monitoring and Process Analysis - 16 Pages

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An integrated system for Condition Monitoring and Process Analysis Condition Monitoring ibaInSpectra Real-time monitoring of process vibrations ibaCMC Condition Monitoring Center Condition Monitoring of complex plants ibaCMU-S Modular Condition Monitoring Unit Application example Critical vibrations in rolling mills

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The Expert for Measurement and Automation Systems It is our mission to bring transparency to the world of automation with our measurement system solutions. By means of an iba system, the user can understand and master the growing technological complexity of automated processes and mechatronic systems. As with a flight recorder, all essential system and process data from various signal sources, field buses and automation systems are recorded continuously and synchronously. For analyzing these data, we have developed powerful analyzing tools which comfortably support interactive work as well as...

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Condition Monitoring For detecting wear and tear on mechanical components in an early stage in the process, Condition Monitoring Systems (CMS) use vibration measurement in combination with intelligent analysis procedures. This provides the basis for the change from a preventive to a condition based maintenance strategy. This way, mechanical components are used in an optimal way over their real service life and the costs for unplanned downtimes and replacement parts are reduced. ibaCMC LongTerm Optimum planning of maintenance work For reaching a maximum productivity, industrial plants need a high...

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Reducing downtimes, preventing false alarms In the Condition Monitoring Unit, so called snapshots of the vibration data and the simultaneously acquired process data are recorded. The damage indicators, calculated from the snapshots are displayed in ibaCMC as long-term trend and are monitored for exceeded limit values. When determining the longterm-trends, the damage level values are correlated to the process parameters and material data, for compensating process-related influences on the damage indicators. The derived values are called “virtual trends”. The quality of the trend is improved considerably...

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Condition Monitoring as an autonomous, superordinate system The iba system distinguishes itself by a distinct connectivity to all common automation systems and hence offers a homogeneous, superordinate Condition Monitoring solution for plants with heterogeneous automation environments. The numerous open interfaces to the automation systems allow the direct access to the relevant operating parameters. The data can be acquired across the plant in the relevant resolution without impairing the automation process. For a good frequency resolution, often vibration signals have to be acquired at a high...

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Spectrum analysis library ibaInSpectra With ibaInSpectra, any vibrations are monitored continuously and possible error sources can be detected in an early stage. As the ibaInSpectra library is integrated in ibaPDA, not only pure vibration analyses can be done, but also possible relations between vibrational effects and process behavior can be determined. In brief Technology module for ibaPDA Real-time analysis of vibrations Wide connectivity Comprehensive configuration options Calculation profile for multiple use Visualization according to requirements Waterfall representation Display of the frequency...

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Vibration signals Drive control ibaInSpectra ibaPDA Server Online spectrum analysis with ibaPDA and ibaInSpectra Besides the values from the frequency domain, further values like minimum, maximum, average value, RMS or Crest factor are determined in the time domain of the signal. The calculation bases for the analysis can be adapted individually by the user on many levels and stored as profiles. Besides the sensor type and the spectrum type, FFT calculation parameters like the number of samples, window type and overlap percentage can be set. There are different methods for determining the average...

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Consistency up to the offline analysis Order analysis and calculation of envelope curves When configuring the alert and alarm limit values, the ibaInSpectra expert module automatically supplies digital signals which are activated as soon as the limit values are exceeded. Via the output inter­ faces of ibaPDA, these signals can be made available to other systems for alerting or interventions in the process control. ibaInSpectra expert modules have an own branch in the ibaPDA signal tree. For the display, only an FFT view needs to be opened and the ibaInSpectra mod­ ule has to be dragged in by means...

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Condition Monitoring Center The Condition Monitoring Center ibaCMCisahighend web-based desktop application for trending, alarming and reporting taks. The only piece of software needed on the client side is a web browser. ■ Analysis and configuration backend for ibaCMUs ■ Comfortable database driven trend analysis ■ High end web-based desktop application ■ Extensive mechanical component library ■Alarming and reporting module (e-mail) ■ Virtual trend calculation module ■ User and group management module ■ Support of multiple trends, zooming, auto-reload, navigation bar Role based user management Different...

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Virtual trending The ibaCMC also supports so called “virtual trending”. Fault indicators (trends) being calculated from vibration signals, are depending on the process conditions of the plant or the environment, which leads to false alarms. The virtual trending module uses additional process data to compensate this effect. In combination with the ibaPDA process data acquisition system, providing connectivity to all major PLCs, field buses and network protocols, the relevant process data are easy to access. Alarming and reporting features Every trend has got several status properties, where configured...

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Acquiring, pre-evaluating, storing measurement data ibaCMU-S With the modular hardware concept, the Condition Monitoring solution can be adapted optimally to different requirements. A web-based operating concept allows for a simple and user-friendly configuration and visualization. In brief Modular Condition Monitoring Unit (CMU) with integrated calculation of CM values Cross-plant solution with decentralized CMUs and central ibaCMC for configuration, long-term trends and alarming All CMUs provide ibaNet750 complex functions for spectrum analyses, identical ibaCMU-S 3Mbit that are configured individually...

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