Preventive maintenance of taper bearing using Arduino in the application of industry 4.0

International Research Journal of Engineering, IT and Scientific Research

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Title Preventive maintenance of taper bearing using Arduino in the application of industry 4.0
Creator Subekti, Subekti
Pranoto, Hadi
Salmon, Beni Rukasah
Yusuf, Setyo Qomarudin
Suyadiyanto, Suyadiyanto
Ariyadi, Ari Slamet
Hamid, Abdul
Subject Arduino
Internet of Things
predictive maintenance
taper bearing
Description The maintenance of industrial tools is very important to support production. Therefore, many companies apply preventive maintenance. A national industrialization agenda discussed that it is crucial especially in the manufacturing industry. The battery-powered IoT sensing device is capable of thorough monitoring of industrial machinery enabling the development of sophisticated predictive maintenance applications under set scenarios. In this paper, we applied the concept of the Internet of Thing (IoT) system using LabVIEW via Arduino. The research method used in this study was similar to Susanto et al. (2019) namely Frequency Response Function (FRF) test to investigate the dynamic characteristics of a mechanic structure to identifying damages on X, Y, and Z axes of tapered bearing using harmonic vibration from handphones. Results of FRF and Labview via Ardunio were then compared to identify the results of measurement using LabView via Arduino. It was found much noise in the measurement occupying Labview Via Ardunio because its system does not use a filter like the one in FFT Analyser. However, in general, LabVIEW via Ardunia can predict damages in taper bearing. It is because, under broken condition, there was a two-time movement of natural frequencies from good condition.
Publisher SLOAP
Date 2020-07-08
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source International research journal of engineering, IT & scientific research; Vol. 6 No. 4: July 2020; 1-14
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 International research journal of engineering, IT & scientific research

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