Over deze norm
This part of ISO 18312 specifies a method for evaluating the vibration power emitted by machines or pipelines, referred to hereinafter as machines, under operational conditions on to supporting structures to which the machines are directly connected via bolted joints. This part of ISO 18312 specifies the method for evaluating the vibration power components emitted in the six degrees of freedom of a Cartesian coordinate system at each joint, i.e. three translations and three rotations. The vibration power is determined by processing the signals from force and velocity (or acceleration) transducers mounted on to the bolted joints under operational conditions of interest. This method is applicable for machines under the assumption that their vibration can be characterized by a stationary random process. The components of emitted vibration power in the frequency domain are obtained by computing the cross-spectrum of the force and velocity measurement pairs with a given narrow band width at each bolted joint. This direct method assumes that the supporting structures are adequately rigid and, hence, it is not applicable to cases where the foundation or supporting structures are resilient, which will potentially go into a state of resonance within the frequency range of interest. Practical frequency limits of the method are specified in this part of ISO 18312.
||Mechanische trillingen en schokken - Meting van de doorgifte van het trillingsvermogen van machines naar aan elkaar verbonden ondersteunende constructies - Deel 1: Directe methode
||Mechanical vibration and shock - Measurement of vibration power flow from machines into connected support structures - Part 1: Direct method