Omega
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Condition Monitoring & Troubleshooting Service

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(+47) 70 14 45 00

08:00 TO 16:00

MONDAY TO FRIDAY

Lerstadvegen 545, 3 et.

ÅLESUND, 6022 NORWAY

SHAFT POWER & TORSIONAL VIBRATION

GEARBOX ANALYSIS

with Omega software

Omega software was developed as a special tool for measuring and analyzing vibrations and shaft power.

The software works in two modes: data registration and data reading. Both modes have the same functionality, and there is only one difference: in the Data Logging mode, the program stores raw data files, and the Data Reading mode works as a “data player” with saved data files. Thus, you can choose which data should be stored during the measurements, and then replay it for more in-depth analysis.

 

Below are some screenshots that show the main functionality of the software.

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Omega supports parallel measurements for 6 torque/speed channels and 16 vibration channels. The different sensors installation angles are used for phase analysis

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Omega supports 4 types of gearboxes (trains 1 to 4). With a known number of teeth on the gears, it becomes possible to calculate the gear mesh frequencies (GMF)

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The torque channel calibration page gives you complete control over the process, assess signal and noise levels

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Real-time trends represent torque, speed and vibration channels. It shows power of the shaft, torque nominal, torsional vibration and torque pk-to-pk values

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FFT/waveform analysis with different filters is available for both torque and vibration signals

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Gearbox analysis page represents 3 graphs: Speed profile, Fourier Frequency Transform spectrum and bandpass filtered Waveform. The Waveform graph displays values for selected GMF (cursor on FFT spectrum) and each pulse represents a corresponding tooth on the gear

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Cascade FFT analysis shows a trend of change for Fourier Frequency Transform spectrums

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The polar plot demonstrates the behavior of the phase and its values ​​depending on the shaft rotation speed. In other words, it demonstrates the movement of the "heavy point"

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