The paper presents the results of long researches of the authors in the field of development and industrial implementation of the systems for vibration analysis of machines and processes on the basis of measurement of the parameters of secondary static and dynamic (mainly vibroacoustic) processes accompanying technological system operation.
We formulated a number of aufbau principles of measurement and diagnostic systems (MDS) for machines and equipment, which were proven in practice. MDS concerned laid the groundwork for wide implementation of such systems. We showed that the use of IBM-compatible computers enable to simplify the sensors and secondary equipment, improve metrological characteristics of the systems, ensure structural flexibility in coordinates "Cost - Capacity", create an unique man-machine interface (MMI), which exempts the operator from routine reading of indications of hundreds of devices and studying figures on the screen and clearly notifies of necessary targeted actions with minimum requirements to the personnel qualification.
We considered MDS software (SW) structure by example of SW of the COMPACS® system of computer vibration monitoring for accident prevention and condition control; SW concerned was compared with well-known SCADA-systems. In addition, we discussed the results of wide-ranging implementation of the COMPACS® MDS at Russian petrochemical enterprises.
Kostyukov V.N., Kostyukov A.V., Boychenko S.N. Principles of construction of measurement and diagnostic systems for machines and equipment. Actual problems of electronic instrument engineering - 1996 // Measurement in Electrical Engineering: Proceedings of the Third International Scientific and Technical Conference. - Novosibirsk, 1996. - V. 5. - P. 81-86
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