Assessing the monocomponent decomposition technique able to more accurately deliver the vibration produced by a gear

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A. Calzadilla
A. Catalá
F. E. Hernández
A. Rodríguez
M. L. Ruiz

Abstract

This work addresses the assessment, given a group of monocomponent signal decomposition techniques, of the technique able to deliver, in the clearer form (higher modulation detection index), the monocomponent signal corresponding to the first (or second) harmonic of the vibration produced by a gear (a modulation signal). To do that, the Modulation Detection Index (MDI) is computed. The research was performed by working with simulation and true signals. It was proved that, among a group of monocomponent signal decomposition techniques, the technique SSD is the one that delivers more clearly the modulation.

 

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Calzadilla, A., Catalá, A., Hernández, F., Rodríguez, A., & Ruiz, M. (2020). Assessing the monocomponent decomposition technique able to more accurately deliver the vibration produced by a gear. Journal of Applied Research and Technology, 18(3). https://doi.org/10.22201/icat.24486736e.2020.18.3.1087
Author Biographies

A. Calzadilla

Department of Telecommunications and Telematics, Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics,
Technological University of Havana, Havana, Cuba

A. Catalá

Department of Telecommunications and Telematics, Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics,
Technological University of Havana, Havana, Cuba

F. E. Hernández

Department of Telecommunications and Telematics, Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics,
Technological University of Havana, Havana, Cuba

A. Rodríguez

Department of Telecommunications and Telematics, Faculty of Telecommunications and Electronics,
Technological University of Havana, Havana, Cuba

M. L. Ruiz

Department of Telecommunications, Faculty of Technical Sciences,
University of Pinar del Rio, Pinar del Rio, Cuba