Measurement and analysis of vibrations - evaluation of the criteria of acceptance ISO Standard 10816-6

  • Roger Arevalo Gomez Cotecmar
Keywords: Reciprocant, Vibration level

Abstract

During the reception and / or delivery tests of a ship, vibration measurement and analysis is made to the propulsion line in order to evaluate and predict the condition of the machinery. The values taken during the measurement of the vibrations are evaluated with the acceptance criteria provided by the standards. International Standard ISO 10816-6 (1995) focuses on reciprocating machinery with power of greater than 100kW, is used by both analysts and manufacturers of propulsion machinery for ships. Through this work, we intend to evaluate the acceptance criteria of this norm in boats smaller than 100 meters. At the end of this work it is concluded that the standard must be updated, indicating and differentiating the acceptance criteria for machinery taking into account its type of anchorage to the structure (flexible or rigid), boats with length less than or greater than 100 meters and the Ship building material (Aluminum, Steel or Composite material).

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Author Biography

Roger Arevalo Gomez, Cotecmar

COTECMAR. Cartagena, Colombia

References

ISO. (15 de Diciembre de 1995). ISO 10816-6. Mechanical vibration -- Evaluation of machine vibration by measurements on non-rotating parts -- Part 6: Reciprocating machines with power ratings above 100 Kw.

ISO. (15 de Mayo de 1998). ISO 10816- 3. Mechanical vibration - Evaluation of machine vibration by measurements on non- rotating parts - Part 3: Industrial machines with nominal power above 15 kW and nominal speeds between 120 r/min and 15 000 r/min when measured in situ.

Published
2020-01-30
How to Cite
Arevalo Gomez, R. (2020). Measurement and analysis of vibrations - evaluation of the criteria of acceptance ISO Standard 10816-6. Ciencia Y tecnología De Buques, 13(26), 39-44. https://doi.org/10.25043/19098642.196
Section
Scientific and Technological Research Articles