The paper presents a possible approach to the assessment of the probability of omission the equipment failure, which is controlled by the monitoring system, considering the influence of a human factor as a managing part of a monitoring system on monitoring results. The aim of this paper is a selection and assessment of those components of the human factors that affect the likelihood of failure in modern monitoring systems.
V.N. Kostyukov, A.P. Naumenko Human Factor Influence on the Assessment of the Monitoring System Failure Probability // NDT World. - vol.19. - #1, pp. 72-77
About the Experience in the Operation of Reciprocating Compressors under Control of the Vibration Monitoring System V.N. Kostyukov, A.P. Naumenko (DYNAMICS SPC, Ltd.), A.P. Dudarenko (LLC KSK-Service)
The article presents the results of reciprocating compressors operation under the control of Vibration-Based Diagnostics monitoring systems. dwells upon the issues of usage of reciprocating compressors valves by various vendors and their influence on compressors' vibroactivity. An adequate evaluation of vlbra-activity of piston machines is provided by the Russian regulative database on vibration parameters.
Main differences of Russian and global methods of reciprocating compressors health evaluation, particularly, used frequency range, are presented in the article. It is shown that the approach laid in Russian standards on reciprocating compressors vibration regulations ensures true-to-life assessment of reciprocating compressors assemblies and details condition.
The examples given in the article confirm that the criteria of reciprocating compressors repair correctness assessment should be the machinery health. including its vibroactivity, not just mindless usage of new components purchased from the global brands. Practical examples of operation and monitoring of reciprocating compressors show that Russian developments and products, particularly. scientific-methodological and standards base of Vibration-Based Diagnostics monitoring, reciprocating compressors monitoring systems, reciprocating compressors valves are highly competitive with foreign ones, and sometimes even superior to them in parameters and characteristics, which is a positive factor under the conditions of current economic situation and import substitution policy.
V.N. Kostyukov, A.P. Naumenko (DYNAMICS SPC, Ltd.), A.P. Dudarenko (LLC KSK-Service) About the Experience in the Operation of Reciprocating Compressors under Control of the Vibration Monitoring System // Kompressornaya tehnika i pnevmatika- 2016 - p.39-43
Problems of technical safety and resource-saving in production and transport industries were always topical, but recently, need in their solution became more urgent. This is due both to the growth of volumes and complexity of production, and to a significant decrease in the level of personal responsibility and qualification of personnel of enterprises operating hazardous production facilities.
Besides, there are fundamental reasons of the existing machinery reliability problems at facilities, which mostly comprise hidden nucleation and development of machinery failures, as well as subjective and not timely assessment of machinery condition in real operational processes. That does not allow the personnel to carry out timely and efficient procedures in order to support high technical readiness level of the production. Consequently, the enterprise bear significant operating costs and losses from accidents and downtime of production associated with the sudden failure of process equipment.
The above-listed factors cause an urgent need for general application of automated control systems for safe resource-efficient operation and equipment repair at the hazardous production facilities.
Kostyukov V.N., Kostyukov An.V., Kostyukov Al.V. Automated control systems for safe resource-saving operation and maintenance COMPACS // Glavniy mehanik (Chief Meachnical Engineer). – 2015. – №4. – P. 66-73.
The aim of this work is to study the applicability of an automated stand for testing of machinery monitoring and diagnostics systems.
The work covered determination of algorithms and principles that this stand is based on.
Using the data of requirements and criteria, we developed a stand for automated testing of monitoring and diagnostics systems for pumps and compressors during a facility acceptance test.
The obtained results indicate the feasibility of application of such stands. Applying the stands allows to reduce labor costs while making the testing more full and accurate.
Kostyukov Al.V., Kazarin D.V., Efimov A.V. Automated testing stand for machinery diagnostic and monitoring systems // Science, Education, Business: Proceedings of Russian Radio-Day Scientific and Practical Conference for scientists, teachers, students, post-graduate students, industry and connection specialists. – Omsk, 2015. – p.124-131.
The work aimed at studying into applicability of control methods for partial discharges parameters for induction motors with an operating voltage of 380 V.
The study identified the theoretical background of possibility for the partial discharges inception at low supply voltage. Using existing methods of the partial discharges parameters recording, the measurements were carried out on a large number of low voltage electric motors.
The obtained results confirm the partial discharges presence in the low voltage motors and point to the feasibility of the partial discharges monitoring methods application in insulation of the critical low-voltage motors.
Kostyukov Al.V., Boychenko S.N., Schelkanov A.V., Burda E.A. Study of electric discharges activity in induction motors with an operating voltage of 380 V // Science, Education, Business: Proceedings of Russian Radio-Day Scientific and Practical Conference for scientists, teachers, students, post-graduate students, industry and connection specialists. – Omsk, 2015. – p.96-101.
The features of Real-time condition monitoring of machinery and the differences from On-line and Off-line condition monitoring are considered. Taking into account a human factor, the monitoring system model has been reviewed. This model shows that observability of the units state and the entire production complex equipment can be provided by measuring the diagnostic signals (vibration parameters) and rate of their change, which show accurately within scale the generalized units errors and rates of their growth, as well as residual life and its reducing, and the whole complex safety.
Determinate partial ageing functions and their rates, defined by the generalized errors, structural parameters and rates of their growth are offered to be used as variables of the unit’s state. Regularities for petrochemical complex units operation based on a sporadic character of control actions, which are the framework of the monitoring system generalized model, are identified taking into account the human factor.
Technical state of the production complex and correspondingly the risk of its operability loss are offered to be evaluated according to a minimum residual operability and a maximum rate of its loss, observed by the diagnostic and monitoring systems among the units group composing the complex. The required operational speed of the diagnostic and monitoring systems (DMS) is offered to estimate the maximum rate of the petrochemical complex residual operability loss according to the observability criteria of the monitoring theory Conclusions:
Monitoring allows to transfer the equipment and production complexes failures from a “sudden” to a “gradual” category;
Necessity of the failures reduction by ten times and corresponding increase of the equipment run-to-failure requires decrease of the monitoring mistakes to minimum (zero);
Decrease of a statical error and the implementation period reducing up to some months requires development of diagnostic methods and standard techniques invariant to the equipment type diagnostic features formation;
Decrease of a dynamic error requires a significant excess of the monitoring pace over pace of failures development at the production complexes, thus excluding a manual labor by means of automation of all monitoring processes: from parameters measurement and automation of a diagnostic output of information on the equipment state up to its unhampered and timely delivery and presentation to all levels of the production complex control.
Kostyukov V.N, Kostyukov A.V. Real-time health monitoring of machinery malfunctions // 5th International Conference on Oil and Gas Engineering. – Omsk: INTECH Edit., 2015 – p.83.
Current Russian and International standards in the field of standardizing parameters for piston machines vibration including piston compressors are reviewed. It is shown that the current standards do not meet the requirements for the piston compressors safe operation at hazardous production facilities. The article describes the Russian Federation National Standard "Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines. Hazardous equipment monitoring. Vibration generated by rotodynamic pump and compressor units".
Kostyukov V.N, Naumenko A.P. Standardization in vibration monitoring of piston compressors // 5th International Conference on Oil and Gas Engineering. – Omsk: INTECH Edit., 2015 – p.82-83.
Operation experience and results of the COMPACS® stationary system for machinery health monitoring and automatic diagnostics are given. The system manufactured by DYNAMICS SPC is intended to prevent sudden failures and breakdowns of the CDU-VDU equipment, shifting them from the sudden to the observed category. The system warns the staff about changes in the equipment technical state, giving recommendations to take urgent actions in order to lead the equipment into "acceptable" technical state.
Description of the system operation in real conditions is given, and analysis of the dynamic equipment operation is carried out. Reasons of the equipment failures are described, and recommendations for improving technical and economic parameters of the equipment operation and maintenance cycle optimization are offered.
Kostyukov An.V., Kostyukov Al.V., Tarasov E.V., Putintsev S.L., Chatkin A.P. Operation of equipment for primary oil processing under control of the COMPACS stationary system for health monitoring and automatic diagnostics // 5th International Conference on Oil and Gas Engineering. – Omsk: INTECH Edit., 2015 – p.81.