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Hello everyone
i am a mechanical engineering student and i am working on my final engineering intership on a flender gear .
I am not so good in english but i will do my best to explain the situation because i have faith on ou here
the problem is on the carb bearing of the floating shaft .
i got the data of an accelorometre and i ploted the excel data on MATLAB .
so , i got the plot of amplitude / time . I am not specialist in vibrations and i want to work on it and put it on my report .
the factory where i am hosted for my intership sended those data to siemens and they are waiting for conclusions but i want to
go one step further because my exposé in university will be soon and there is no time to wait siemens to respond.

I am going to join a photo of the signal that i got, and the excel and matlab data

Note : the accelorometre data is axial deplacement data
i want to know how can i go further with this analysis and what are your interpretations of the plot that i got..thank you in advance

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