Dear all

As the attach pic , some analyzers have different  configuration for 2 plane balancing   .my question is what goal of this option ?does it effected  my balancing  result if i choosing wrong configuration ?

Any idea will be appreciated 

Best regards

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It is mostly instruments that also can be used in (soft?) balancing machines AFAIK and then displays the setup in the machine. In most cases there are single plane options and that should be noted so you use it the way you like it and what sensor(s) are active. Normally I try to select something that looks like the thing in front of me but sometimes there are no real match despite most things are covered you would think and so far it has been working for me but it is not the same as your picture. I do get the balancing machine vector plot with tracking that is very nice so I can try to move weights and adjust size rather than just follow software and adding weights. So I can not say that your instrument behave exactly the same as all are different but likely it is. Picture is just to select one or two planes and what sensor goes where but may in some case be totally wrong there may always be a fancy new feature I missed.

OLI posted:

It is mostly instruments that also can be used in (soft?) balancing machines AFAIK and then displays the setup in the machine. In most cases there are single plane options and that should be noted so you use it the way you like it and what sensor(s) are active. Normally I try to select something that looks like the thing in front of me but sometimes there are no real match despite most things are covered you would think and so far it has been working for me but it is not the same as your picture. I do get the balancing machine vector plot with tracking that is very nice so I can try to move weights and adjust size rather than just follow software and adding weights. So I can not say that your instrument behave exactly the same as all are different but likely it is. Picture is just to select one or two planes and what sensor goes where but may in some case be totally wrong there may always be a fancy new feature I missed.

Thanks oli 

Does this configurations effected for calculating residual mass unbalabce ?

 

 

It can if it follows the ISO standard, it is no longer ISO 1940 but another similar number I keep forgetting and it likely do that and your rotor is not symmetrical and it request you to enter the dimensions to be able to make a proportional distribution of the residuals according to the entered rotor weight, operational speed, none symmetry etc. etc. Technically that is just the paperwork. It does not influence the actual balancing procedure as such but it may naturally be important in some cases :-)

OLI posted:

It can if it follows the ISO standard, it is no longer ISO 1940 but another similar number I keep forgetting and it likely do that and your rotor is not symmetrical and it request you to enter the dimensions to be able to make a proportional distribution of the residuals according to the entered rotor weight, operational speed, none symmetry etc. etc. Technically that is just the paperwork. It does not influence the actual balancing procedure as such but it may naturally be important in some cases :-)

Thanks for useful information 

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