Sign up Calendar Latest Topics Donate
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
James.

Sr. Member
Registered:
Posts: 113
Reply with quote  #1 
Hi all, I actually managed to attend my first ever conference, and I got to present on it.

This is a link to my presentation and the videos I had in the presentation

https://theseasonedanalyst.guru/2019/10/10/cbm-conference-manchester-uk-7-9-october-2019/

And Vibe-Rater you will be glad to know it's not the one from the New Zealand power station.

Cheers
James.
fburgos

Sr. Member
Registered:
Posts: 443
Reply with quote  #2 
Congrats james, greate presentation james, like the strip charts on slide 35
Curran919

Avatar / Picture

Sr. Member / Supporter
Registered:
Posts: 471
Reply with quote  #3 
Add a neck to your PDA stems to avoid that fatigue problem.

These undamped absorbers can make things real bad for VSD machines. What are the speed ranges exactly? Im surprised you had no increase at any speed range.

What is going on with your lifting lug clamps? With all the extra boltholes? Did you envision installing the PDAs at different inclinations?
James.

Sr. Member
Registered:
Posts: 113
Reply with quote  #4 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Curran919
Add a neck to your PDA stems to avoid that fatigue problem.

These undamped absorbers can make things real bad for VSD machines. What are the speed ranges exactly? Im surprised you had no increase at any speed range.

What is going on with your lifting lug clamps? With all the extra boltholes? Did you envision installing the PDAs at different inclinations?


Great suggestion about adding a neck to them, thanks. Some have also suggested putting a counter sink on the bolt hole it failed at.

Totally agree on VSD machines you could make it increase at other speeds, this one only varied 660rpm to 740rpm.

It didn't improve on speed range 4, but at the moment it is operated at speed range 3 all the time.

Yes, I wasn't sure what would happen if we changed the angle, so the bolt holes gave us that option. But after all the trails straight up vertical was best.

Cheers
James.

Sr. Member
Registered:
Posts: 113
Reply with quote  #5 
Quote:
Originally Posted by fburgos
Congrats james, greate presentation james, like the strip charts on slide 35


Thanks
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.