Balans - Pa ge |1 BALANCING LAB REPORT MAK 411E Can Tmer...

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P a g e | 1 BALANCING LAB REPORT MAK 411E Can Tümer 030050282 ENERJ İ Yrd. Doç. Dr. Murat Çakan CRN:11713 11/11/2008
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P a g e | 3 Introduction Unbalance in rotating machinery has become a more and more important problem in the development of high speed rotating machinery where reliability is a significant consideration. Unbalance is the most common source of vibration in the rotating components of machines. Balancing of machines is necessary to avoid fatigue failure in associated structures, to prevent excessive loading of bearings, and to increase the useful life of a machine. By definition balancing is the procedure of attempting to improve the mass distribution of a rotor so that it rotates in its bearing without uncompensated centrifugal forces. The purpose of the experiment: How to measure the amount of unbalance in a rotor and how to determine if the rotor needs balancing. It then outlines a basic balancing procedure, using balancing terms based on those used in international publications, particularly ISO Standard 1940. The experiment equipments: A rising fault in a machine causes excessive vibration and by monitoring the vibration of a machine during its lifetime developing faults are detected before the deteriorating parts fail. This reduces
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