hello guys, help me out from this problem the radial fan getting 7.6 orders and its harmonics . high vibration on axial side 17 mm/sec .fan have 11 no.of vanes and that 7.6 orders matching with bearing outer race but after checking the bearing outer races are normal and inner race clearances was 0.3 mm. i am unable to identify the this problem please,help me guys
" that 7.6 orders matching with bearing outer race but after checking the bearing outer races are normal" You have outer race fault frequency with 1xSS sidebands (modulation), so it sure looks like an outer race fault! How did you or someone actually "check the outer race"? Most bearings require destructive disassembly (cut apart) to actually see the full bearing race surface. Don't get lost in a pile of data! Walt
I advice you to make mark using (correction pen) between the bearing outer race and lower part of housing and another mark between bearing inner race and shaft, and keep the fan running for some hours, then stop and inspect the marks position for the possibility of bearing rotation inside the housing.
Y@SH, I looked at your three photos. None of the photos show the surface of the outer race/ring that is in the contact path of the rollers. The bearing would have to be destructively taken apart to do so. Therefore your limited inspection does not prove or disprove an outer race defect. The only way to do that would be to remove the grease and cut the bearing rings apart. You can save that activity for a later date when you change the bearing. If you actually put in new bearing when those...
I have face a new vibration problem in 1600 kW AC motor which is associated with fan. in this equipment vibration is high in vertical & Axial direction in motor Drive End & Non Drive end vibration is more than 3.5 mm/sec in axial direction whereas horizontal vibration is 0.85 mm/sec. Motor has 8 pole , and that time running rpm is 337.5. Wondering is that we found a peak in vibration signature at 30337.5 cpm and amplitude value is 3.20 mm/sec . also find side band of 6.25Hz (337.5...
If my calculations are correct this time, the high amplitude is at a high frequency: 90x. The sourse of vibration might be related to rotor bars or stator slots. Can you check these specifications from your books? Have you done a shutdown test to observe the effect of cutting the electric power on the vibration? I guess the input from the forum members would more if you can post some vibration plots and more motor details. Regards- Ali M. Al-Shurafa
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