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Roller damage detection method based on the measurement of transverse vibrations of the conveyor belt
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Online publication date: 2022-06-23
Publication date: 2022-06-23
Eksploatacja i Niezawodność – Maintenance and Reliability 2022;24(3):510–521
  • An original measuring device for transverse vibrations of the conveyor belt was presented.
  • The possibility of spectral detection of cooperation of the damaged roller and belt was presented.
  • An auto encoder algorithm has been prepared to improve the effectiveness of detection.
  • The process of validation of the test procedure under real conditions was conducted.
The article presents the detection of damage to rollers based on the transverse vibration signal measured on the conveyor belt. A solution was proposed for a wireless measuring device that moves with the conveyor belt along of the route, which records the signal of transverse vibrations of the belt. In the first place, the research was conducted in laboratory conditions, where a roller with prepared damage was used. Subsequently, the process of validating the adopted test procedure under real conditions was performed. The approach allowed to verify the correctness of the adopted technical assumptions of the measuring device and to assess the reliability of the acquired test results. In addition, an LSTM neural network algorithm was proposed to automate the process of detecting anomalies of the recorded diagnostic signal based on designated time series. The adopted detection algorithm has proven itself in both laboratory and in-situ tests.
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