E3S Web Conf.
Volume 270, 2021International scientific forum on computer and energy Sciences (WFCES 2021)
|Number of page(s)||7|
|Published online||09 June 2021|
Use of the CANopen protocol in vibration control systems of rotary machines
Dmitrov Fisheries Technological Institute (branch) of the Astrakhan State Technical University; Dmitrov, Russia
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Currently, most accidents and disasters at power plants are associated with fatigue failure of machines, mechanisms and assemblies caused by vibration. To prevent real threats of man-made disasters, there is an urgent need for objective monitoring of the current technical condition of mechanisms without disassembling them, during operation, repair and adjustment. The article proposes to use innovative approaches in the design of reliable and high-speed communication systems for the control of diagnostics and vibration monitoring of rotary-type machines in the form of a high-level network protocol running on top of the physical interface CAN (Controller Area Network). The aim of the study is to develop proposals for the use of the CANopen protocol in vibration control systems for rotary-type machines. The authors of the article analyzed the causes of man-made accidents at energy enterprises, identified the goals and objectives of vibration control of rotary machines and substantiated the possibility of using the CANopen protocol in vibration control systems. This will allow the exchange of data between devices from different manufacturers and ensures the interchangeability of devices. Thus, the authors concluded that the use of the CANopen protocol in vibration control systems for rotary-type machines is a promising direction that allows engineers to solve the necessary technical problems using modern methods.
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