Experimental vibration data collected for a belt drive system under different operating conditions

Published: 16 May 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/jf8v2ndydr.1
Contributors:
Ramy Khalifa,
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Description

Dataset is considered as vibration signals of the belt drive system that are collected at different levels of speed and pretension of the belt under different conditions of healthy belt, faulty belt, and the presence of unbalanced weight. The vibration signals are collected from accelerometers attached to the driver and driven pulleys. The collected data includes 17 levels of speed; 400 to 2000 RPM by step of 100; three levels of pretension values, 70, 110, and 150 N, and two levels, according to whether there was the presence or absence of unbalanced weight. The data is from three different operating conditions: normal operation using a healthy belt, unbalanced operation by adding weights that cause imbalance in the system, and anomalous operation from using a faulty belt. Each experiment has been repeated three times, which resulted in 459 runs.

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Institutions

Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Helwan University Faculty of Engineering

Categories

Industrial Engineering, Mechanical Engineering

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