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Raw Mill Bag House Fan Vibration Critical Issue AMP

Hi there, I would like to share the vibration trend of our Raw mill Bag House Fan. the fan has been running with abnormal vibration from 4.5 to 7 mm/sec on Horizontal point NDE bearing HH for last 6 months. the main problem is coating and fine dust that is coming from the bag house chambers due to worn and useless bags. this coating build up on fan impeller rapidly and results the fan is

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Plant Engineering Understanding fan vibration and imbalance

May 01, 2001· Understanding fan vibration and imbalance Key concepts Detecting imbalance early reduces damage and lowers repair costs. Imbalance and vibration are not the same. Dirt, temperature, and loose fits can cause imbalance. Fans play a key role in most manufacturing processes by recirculating air, ventilating hazardous gases, and cooling machinery.

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vibration in cement mill

Vibration Troubleshooting Ensures Reliable Raw Mill Fan's Operation. Vibration Troubleshooting Ensures Reliable Raw Mill Fan's Operation. Industry: Raw material extraction and processing. Customer. The customer is a leading...

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Applied Vibration Analysis: Analyzing Fan Vibrations YouTube

Sep 17, 2018· For many manufacturing plants, process industries, and utilities fan maintenance is a way of life. In this interactive online course we'll apply the vibratio...

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CENTRIFUGAL FANS USING VIBRATION ANALYSIS TO DETECT

the vibration at fan speed is typically the highest vibration peak in spectra taken on the motor. It can be confirmed by measuring phase in the axial direction at fan speed. Misalignment will cause phase differences at or approaching 180° between the motor and fan inboard bearings (closest to the pulleys) with phase comparisons made at fan

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Rawmill Wikipedia

A raw mill is the equipment used to grind raw materials into "rawmix" during the manufacture of cement. Rawmix is then fed to a cement kiln, which transforms it into clinker, which is then ground to make cement in the cement mill.The raw milling stage of the process effectively defines the chemistry (and therefore physical properties) of the finished cement, and has a large effect upon the

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vibration vertical roller mill Page 1 of 2

Mar 01, 2016· Overheating of the mill. (eg. insufficient water injection for cooling or mill inlet temperature to high, in a raw mill. Or use of very hot clinker in a cement mill) Sudden fluctuations in grinding aid. Incorrect dam ring height setting. Other factors which may cause vibrations are;- Grinding force/ballast (N2) pressure.

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Process Fans Used in Cement Industry Reitzindia

Raw mill exhaust fans or stack fans are also called as de-dusting fans. In cement industry raw mill exhaust fans handle 2.2 ton of exhaust gases for the production of 1 ton of clinker. Raw mill exhaust fans are operated with very adverse situations because the fan handles mainly gases such as CO2, N2, NOx and Sox along with some dust particles.

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FOR VERTICAL ROLLER MILLS Loesche

for raw meal, clinker and coal grinding due to their lower capital cost easily damaged by high mill vibrations. It is very important that a mill is operated (mill fan and mill table). Control technology and structure Traditional PID single input/single output

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Plant Engineering Understanding fan vibration and imbalance

May 01, 2001· Understanding fan vibration and imbalance Key concepts Detecting imbalance early reduces damage and lowers repair costs. Imbalance and vibration are not the same. Dirt, temperature, and loose fits can cause imbalance. Fans play a key role in most manufacturing processes by recirculating air, ventilating hazardous gases, and cooling machinery.

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(PDF) Vibration Control of a Raw Mill with Fuzzy Logic

Raw mill grinding process is a complicated process in cement industry. The effects of unwanted vibrations can be severe. It causes a reduction in service life.

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vibration in cement mill

Vibration Troubleshooting Ensures Reliable Raw Mill Fan's Operation. Vibration Troubleshooting Ensures Reliable Raw Mill Fan's Operation. Industry: Raw material extraction and processing. Customer. The customer is a leading...

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Case Study Solving a Forced Draft Fan Problem

Mechanical Solutions, Inc. (MSI) was contracted by a paper mill to solve excessive vibration problems on Induced-Draft and Forced-Draft fans and their respective drive trains. This case history discusses the motor driven FD fan problem and solution.. Figure 1. Freeze frame picture from an ODS animation showing the “Rocking” Motion of the FD fan housing.

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Vibration Analysis Explained Reliable Plant

Vibration analysis revealed that once fan No. 2 was turned on, a slight increase in vibration amplitude across all three points of measurement occurred, while fan No. 1 remained the same. Testing showed the highest amplitude appeared in the motor outboard vertical at 0.456 inches per second, with a dominant peak at 841 cycles per minute

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Raw Mill Fan Upgrade Case Studies Howden

Installed in 2006, the original Raw Mill fan began to show signs of heavy erosion within the year. High silica dust caused wear on the fan blades adversely affecting the performance of the fan, and as a direct consequence, reducing the plant’s output significantly.

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CENTRIFUGAL FANS USING VIBRATION ANALYSIS TO

the vibration at fan speed is typically the highest vibration peak in spectra taken on the motor. It can be confirmed by measuring phase in the axial direction at fan speed. Misalignment will cause phase differences at or approaching 180° between the motor and fan inboard bearings (closest to the pulleys) with phase comparisons made at fan

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Measuring Fan and Motor Vibration CTC

A good routine vibration program using a portable data collector, or permanent on-line vibration monitoring, will become the foundation of any predictive maintenance initiative. Measuring, trending, alarming and analyzing fan and motor vibration will provide earlier warning of developing problems and allow replacement parts to be ordered.

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vibration vertical roller mill Page 1 of 2

Mar 01, 2016· Overheating of the mill. (eg. insufficient water injection for cooling or mill inlet temperature to high, in a raw mill. Or use of very hot clinker in a cement mill) Sudden fluctuations in grinding aid. Incorrect dam ring height setting. Other factors which may cause vibrations are;- Grinding force/ballast (N2) pressure.

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Process Fans Used in Cement Industry Reitzindia

Raw mill exhaust fans or stack fans are also called as de-dusting fans. In cement industry raw mill exhaust fans handle 2.2 ton of exhaust gases for the production of 1 ton of clinker. Raw mill exhaust fans are operated with very adverse situations because the fan handles mainly gases such as CO2, N2, NOx and Sox along with some dust particles.

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VIBRATION MONITORING OF COOLING TOWERS

mounted to the side of the fan’s cell and drives the fan using a shaft. In the belt driven fan case, a motor drives the fan using a belt. A belt driven fan is typically used in smaller cooling towers while the gearbox driven fan can be used in bigger towers. The difference of these two types of fans can be seen from the following graphics.

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PROCESS DIAGNOSTIC STUDIES FOR CEMENT MILL

Separator Fan 248300 m 3/h ESP Fan 74100 m 3/h 497 mmwg 375 mmwg 500 kW 110 kW Bag Filter Fan 21720 m 3/h 185 mmwg 19 kW 3.2 Performance The mill is designed to handle a total ball charge of 324.5 t at 100% loading with a percentage filling of 29.5% in both the chambers.

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Cement Process Fans: Operation and Maintenance Considerations

Visual illustrations such as the fans installed in cement plants with key components like the wheel, shaft, bearings and the support system besides figures showing various parts of radial blade, a duct arrangement encountered on a raw mill system, and a double inlet blade rotor with chromium carbide blade liners are included.

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Vertical raw mill pradeep kumar SlideShare

May 15, 2013· Power taken by the millThe power taken up by the vertical roller mill is givenby the following expressionN =( I. µ .KT .DR .W.Dm. π.n ) / 60 K WWhere ,I = no.of rollersµ = friction factor (0.07-0.14 for raw materials,0.09-0.1 for coal)ΚT = specific roller pressure,kN/m2(400 800 for raw and coal)DR = roller diameter,mW = roller

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