It is essential to study the vibration phenomena caused by various faults in the wind turbine generator and to predict the faults in advance.
The WTS-3000 is identical to wind turbine operation, but it is designed to operate as a servomotor instead of a blade, so it reproduces the fault of the windturbine safely in the laboratory. The engineer in charge of diagnostic work can learn the cause of vibration and measurement method, and can use it to cultivate the ability to find a solution to the vibration.
It is very difficult to find mechanical faults with vibration monitoring in low speed machines such as wind turbines. The WTS-3000 is designed to reproduce faults in low-speed machines and teach users how to detect and analyze them. You can learn how to detect gear failure at high speeds such as planetary gear defects as well as the detection of bearing defects at low speeds with a single simulator. For the conventional simulator several types of defective parts were prepared separately, and normal parts should be replaced in order to reproduce faulty signal. In this case, the mechanical condition (boundary condition) changes due to disassembly and reassembly, so it was difficult to grasp only the vibration phenomena caused by defects. This product is designed to replace normal parts and defective parts with simple sliding because normal parts and defective parts are assembled together. It is possible to eliminate the phenomenon that the condition of the system is changed due to reassembly after dismantling and reproduce only the vibration signal due to the defect.
In particular, since the normal gear and abnormal gear are assembled together in one box, these faulty and normal gear can be easily replaced and tested.
- Study on low-speed machine fault detection and diagnosys
- Study on vibration due to gear failure
- Study of gear characteristics according to load variation
- Study on Vibration Characteristics with Change of Rotational Speed
- Study of Bearing Defects and Load Effects
- Planetary gear failure study
- Mechanical friction study
- Study of signal processing technique
- Study on the effect of change of speed and load
- Optimal sensor location selection
- Vibration expert certification test
- Motor Failure Study
|Electric motor 1||4-hp 3-phase variable speed servo motor (with local or remote control function), Speed: User selectable up to 3,600 RPM|
|Electric motor 2||2 hp 3 phase variable speed AC motor (operate as Generator)|
|Power||220 VAC, single phase, 60/50 Hz|
|Shaft diameter||50mm steel|
|Bearing||Two sealed ball bearings|
|Bearing housing||The normal bearing and the defective bearing are assembled together so that they can be pushed to the left and right to exchange with each other.|
|Shaft load||Regenerative braking with generator|
|Gear box||Two-stage 3 shaft spur gearbox with 16: 1 gear ratio, The bad gear and the normal gear are assembled together|
|Planetary gear||Gear ratio 5: 1, Radial load: 260kg, Axial load: 130kg|
|Installation base structure||Precision machined aluminum|
|Installation base||15mm die-cast aluminum base and 6 rubber foot|
|Safety cover||Shock-proof transparent cover with safety shut-off|
|Weight and Size||Weight: about 60kg|
|Size: Length = 2990mm, Width = 735mm, Height = 685mm|