In several applications, certain components must be designed to withstand the fatigue damage induced by dynamic loads due to vibrations. Highly Accelerated Life Tests (HALTs) by means of vibration qualification can be performed for the most critical ones. The proper synthesis of test profiles, which starts from the real environment vibrations and which preserves both the fatigue damage potential and the signal characteristics of the excitation, is important to obtain reliable results. A special kind of vibration excitation is the so-called Sine-on-Random (SoR), i.e. sinusoidal contributions superimposed to random vibrations, particularly significant for systems where rotating parts are present. A methodology was previously proposed to synthesize SoR test profiles for HALTs, starting from reference measured vibrations. The present paper illustrates the experimental campaign carried out to verify the effectiveness and the accuracy of the proposed method. © JVE International Ltd.

Experimental HALTs with sine-on-random synthesized profiles

TRONCOSSI, MARCO
;
RIVOLA, ALESSANDRO
2017

Abstract

In several applications, certain components must be designed to withstand the fatigue damage induced by dynamic loads due to vibrations. Highly Accelerated Life Tests (HALTs) by means of vibration qualification can be performed for the most critical ones. The proper synthesis of test profiles, which starts from the real environment vibrations and which preserves both the fatigue damage potential and the signal characteristics of the excitation, is important to obtain reliable results. A special kind of vibration excitation is the so-called Sine-on-Random (SoR), i.e. sinusoidal contributions superimposed to random vibrations, particularly significant for systems where rotating parts are present. A methodology was previously proposed to synthesize SoR test profiles for HALTs, starting from reference measured vibrations. The present paper illustrates the experimental campaign carried out to verify the effectiveness and the accuracy of the proposed method. © JVE International Ltd.
VIBROENGINEERING PROCEDIA
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Marco, Troncossi; Alessandro, Rivola
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