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An analysis of some analytical ferrography data
Harold J. Larson
by Naval Postgraduate School, Available from National Technical Information Service in Monterey, Calif, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||by H. J. Larson, T. Jayachandran|
|Contributions||Jayachandran, Toke, Naval Postgraduate School (U.S.). Dept. of Operations Research|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. :|
|Number of Pages||16|
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Ferrography provides early detection of abnormal wear of the lubricated critical internal components of mechanical systems. The dual-ferrograph analyzer prepares the ferrogram slides for analysis through the Ferroscope III microscope 2,3. This is a new method introduced to collect the wear debris using an electromagnet. The ferrography. Analytical Ferrography. Complete analytical ferrography is often referred to as the oil analysis equivalent of criminal forensic science. The test method relies on a visual, microscopic evaluation of particles, extracted and deposited on a microscope slide called a ferrogram.
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Analytical Ferrography allows the oil analyst to go beyond the typical part per million (ppm) wear analysis of traditional oil analysis to actually determine the morphology of the wear particles present in the oil sample. A-Ferr reveals both the wear mode(s) present as well as the alloy compositions of the wear particles present.
Analytical Ferrography The Analytical Ferrography test isolates wear debris and solid particulates for examination under a microscope. Analytical Ferrography is among the most powerful diagnostic tools in oil analysis today. When implemented correctly it is an excellent tool when attempting to diagnose an active wear problem.
Analytical ferrographic system When direct ferrograph readings indicate abnormal wear, analytical ferrographic techniques can be used to study the wear pattern. The purpose is to pinpoint the difficulty and identify the nature of potential machine problems.
Our analytical ferrograph system includes: 1. A ferroscope for measurement and analysis 2. Ferrography diagnosis reports: After the samples are analyzed by Intertek, the client receives a comprehensive diagnosis report by email or in hard copy format.
The detailed report includes interpretation and a full color microscope photo of the wear particles. Ferrography is one of the important techniques used for wear particle analysis which is divided into two groups direct reading ferrography and analytical ferrography .
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Analytical Ferrography is a technique for depositing and analysing wear particles contained in an oil or grease sample. The sample is deposited onto a glass slide, with the particles trapped by strong magnets and the oil washed away with a suitable solvent. Both linear and rotary particle deposition systems exist.
analysis. Some tests are qualitative while others are quantitative in scope. One test often overlooked is Analytical Ferrography. Analytical Ferrography is among the most powerful diagnostic tools in oil analysis today.
When implemented correctly it is an excellent tool when attempting to diagnose an active. Ferrography authenticates wear sources and quantifies contaminant particles. Analytical Ferrography is used routinely to monitor critical components at a high-risk for wear.
This technology detects the presence of wear and contaminant particles from 1 to microns in size. Preventive medicine. When used as trend analysis, accelerated wear of critical equipment is accurately detected and [ ].
Trico’s newly, redesigned Direct Reading Ferrograph (DR-7) is even more compact, portable and easy-to-operate. It quantitatively measures the concentration of wear particles in oil, while also providing basic wear trend data to help determine equipment condition within minutes.
An analysis of some analytical ferrography data by Harold J. Larson 1 edition - first published in Read Listen. Download for print-disabled Accessible book, Probabilities, Mathematical statistics, Protected DAISY, Reliability (Engineering), Statistical.
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Wear, 67() Eisevier Sequoia S.A., Lausanne Printed in The Netherlands SOME QUANTITATIVE ASPECTS OF FERROGRAPHY G. POCOCK* and S. COURTNEY Materials Department, Admiralty Marine Technology Establishment, Holton Heath, Poole, Dorset BH 16 6JU (Gt.
Britain) (Received May 4, ) Summary The principles and method of application of quantitative ferrography. Analytical Ferrography employs both quantitative and qualitative parameters including optical microscopy and photo microscopy techniques for the evaluation of equipment particles.
This evaluation involves discriminating the particles by Size, Shape, Composition & Concentration. The test provides in-depth analysis of particle makeup (e.g., steel, copper, bronze, aluminum or corrosive) and.
If there is a significant increase in the wear trend levels, a detailed Analytical Ferrography should be performed. When Direct Reading Ferrographs and/or other analysis indicate abnormal wear, Trico’s Analytical Ferrography can further pinpoint its source and the specific type of wear.
Spectroscopic analysis and direct reading ferrography are routinely performed in order to trend the wear of the lubricated bearings.
Analytical ferrography is automatically carried out when there is a machine abnormality. Problem sample: The sample drawn on 7/3/12 exhibited excess iron wear, abnormal silicon and excessive total ferrous wear.
Exploratory Data Analysis 8 Randomness and Randomization Random numbers Random permutations Resampling Runs test Random walks Markov processes Monte Carlo methods Monte Carlo Integration Monte Carlo Markov Chains (MCMC) 9 Correlation and autocorrelation. Ferrographic data are presented which show that the volume and dilution ratio of the oil sample being analyzed have a major effect on the accuracy of the analysis.
Several variables which influence the area covered readings of the particle deposit on a ferrogram are discussed. The accuracy of quantitative analytical ferrography is assessed.Analytical Ferrography.
Test Oil. Analytical ferrography is an extremely valuable tool for examining wear particles and solid contamination present in a sample without particle size or metallurgy limitations. The results, in many cases, can indicate from where and how particles were generated.The ferrography technique was developed in the s to overcome the large particle detection deficiencies of spectrometric oil analysis.
It is a technique used for the separation of particles from fluids for microscopic examination and subsequent analysis.