Úvod FME 23004455


Title of the subject: Technical diagnostic

Semester_of_study (WT – winter/ST – summer): WT

Learning outcomes: The student will gain basic knowledge about approaches and procedures of application of technical diagnostics. Gain practical knowledge of identification and monitoring of selected functional and technical parameters of machine systems. They will learn to compile procedures and methods of diagnostics. Gain the ability to analyze and synthesize possible causes of failures.

Brief content of course: 1. Basic concepts of technical diagnostics 2. Tasks of technical diagnostics, severity of failures 3. Types of fault distribution, fault mechanisms 4. Analysis of causes of failures, classification of technical diagnostic methods 5. Causes of failures on specific technical objects 6. Economy vs. technical diagnostics 7. Measurement in technical diagnostics, sensors 8. Analysis of diagnostic signal 9. Basics of vibrodiagnostics 10. Basics of vibrodiagnostics 11. General procedures in broadband diagnostics 12. Introduction to thermodiagnostics 13. Introduction to other diagnostic methods Exercise topics: 1. Safety at work in the laboratory, randomness of the phenomenon 2. Measurement of randomness of the phenomenon, processing of results 3. Principles of fault development, analysis of functional areas of objects 4. Sensor, measuring chain 5. Creating tests 6. Vibrodiagnostics, effective signal value 7. Examination of knowledge, control of assignments 8. Spectral analysis 9. Rotor balancing 10. Resonance 11. Shocks in the machine set 12. Defense and presentation of assignments 13. Credit award, economic recalculations of diagnostic efficiency

Literature: 1. Lei, Yaguo. Intelligent fault diagnosis and remaining useful life prediction of rotating machinery. Butterworth-Heinemann, 2016. 2. Toliyat, Hamid A., et al. Electric machines: modeling, condition monitoring, and fault diagnosis. CRC press, 2012. 3. Czichos, H.: Handbook of Technical Diagnostics: Fundamentals and Application to Structures and Systems, Sprihger-Verlag Berlin (2013), ISBN 978-3-642-25849-7.