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Vibration analysis Help

Vibration analysis Help

Vibration analysis Help

I am a mechanical engineering student and i am working on a reducer flender dmgh 25.4 for my final engineering intership .
I got vibration analysis of output shaft on excel data . Siemens haven't yet send the conclusion of those analysis.
Is there anyone who can tell me how can i figure out if there a problem or not and is it possible to make those infos visual on a drawing or something like vibrations schema.
Sorry , i am not so good in english .. i am going to join the excel data on this thread .thank you

RE: Vibration analysis Help

I (or others) could probably do an FFT analysis for you, but that would not be much of a learning experience. Figuring out whether there is a problem or not requires interpreting the vibration waveform and spectrum combined with the machine component details which you have not provided. A basic Internet search on gear vibrations could get you started to learn about vibration analysis and fault diagnostics.

Google Search: crunching ffts with microsoft excel


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