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I-DNA™ - Intelligent Decimation : Closing the Gaps Between Vibration and Oil Analyses

I-DNA™ - Intelligent Decimation : Closing the Gaps Between Vibration and Oil Analyses

Intelligent decimation is a high frequency stress wave analysis technique that quantifies time domain events such as impacts, bearing and gear defects, slipping, rubbing, severe sliding, mechanical friction, and electrical arcing. It supplements traditional maximum frequency of interest (FMAX) vibration analysis for rotating machinery, and it may be a primary vibration analysis technique for other equipment types including very slow moving, reciprocating, articulating, and high voltage equipment.

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Contents

  • I-DNA™ = Intelligent Decimation Numerical Algorithm
  • Introduction
    • FMAX vibration analysis
    • Intelligent decimation stress wave analysis
  • Intelligent Decimation
    • Sonic stress waves (DNA500)
    • Ultrasonic stress waves (DNA12)
  • Lubrication regimes in Tribosystems
  • Compression and shear at load bearing interfaces
  • Inadequate lubrication
  • I-DNA™ with slip contact, sliding contact, impact, cavitation and turbulence
  • DNA500 precisely measures forceful events in time
  • Monitor more faults covering more equipment with less effort
  • Using wireless sensors to monitor equipment with I-DNA