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Contribution à la surveillance et au diagnostic de défauts dans les systèmes de transmission par courroie

Abstract : In this PHD, we investigate experimental signals recorded from belt drives with a diagnosis aim of belt tension. Our research works present an exhaustive and thematic bibliography on theory and experimentation in belt drive to complete our insufficient knowledges in mechanical domain. We choosed a theoritical approach nearest real conditions of our belt drives bench. We included time fluctuaction in drive shaft speed and blet changes. Unfortunately, we could not resolve motion equations because existence of numerical limits. All conclusions will be used to understand and interprate experimental results after our signal processing numerical procedures. Our tools panel of numerical process comes from a comparative analysis extracted in several scientific documents and differents algorithms. They dedicate to surveillance, diagnosis and pronostic oriented toward bear and gear defaults. A adaptation in our belt case is necessary with variables parameters (tension, load and/or speed) affecting our case. In our automatic approach, we study several faults in analysis domains : modal, traditionnal (time, frequency, spectrum), synchronous, time-frequency and « cyclostationary » . In this last domain, we extract both comopnent (discret and random), after an previous resmapling operation applying to raw collected signal. Each falut type has a specific signature to discriminate with pertinent condition indications (time, frequency and spectrum domains). All results are discussed at the end of this PHD document. Our developped methods and algorithms are a contribution to process belt drives problems, from exprerimental signals recording with acceleromertes, constraint gauges and optical coders
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Donald Romarick Rotimbo Mbourou. Contribution à la surveillance et au diagnostic de défauts dans les systèmes de transmission par courroie. Mécanique [physics]. Université de Lyon; Université des Sciences et Techniques de Masuku (Gabon), 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LYSES052⟩. ⟨tel-02020540⟩



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