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MSD 1 P12453 Detailed Design Review. Markus Holzenkamp Robin Leili Cody Anderson. Agenda. Introduction (1 min) Project Background (2 min) Customer Needs (2 min) Revised Engineering Specs (5 min) Risk Management (5 min) RITDAQ (40 min) Analog Thermocouples Bill of Materials (10 min)

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Msd 1 p12453 detailed design review

MSD 1 P12453Detailed Design Review

Markus Holzenkamp

Robin Leili

Cody Anderson

Detailed Design Review


Agenda
Agenda

  • Introduction (1 min)

  • Project Background (2 min)

  • Customer Needs (2 min)

  • Revised Engineering Specs (5 min)

  • Risk Management (5 min)

  • RITDAQ (40 min)

    • Analog

    • Thermocouples

  • Bill of Materials (10 min)

    • Complete

    • Cost Overview

  • LabView VI Interface (10 min)

  • Test Plan (10 min)

  • Questions

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Team members
Team Members

TEAM:

Project Manager: Markus Holzenkamp (ME)

Project Engineers: Cody Anderson (ME)

Robin Leili-Marrazzo (ME)

CUSTOMER:

Dr. Jason Kolodziej, ME Department, RIT

Dr. Edward Hensel, ME Department, RIT

SUPPORT:

Project Guide: Bill Nowak (Xerox)

Faculty Champion: Dr. Kolodziej (RIT)

Sponsors: Scott Delmotte (D-R)

James Sorokes (D-R)

Britt Dinsdale (D-R)

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Customer needs
Customer Needs

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Project scope
Project Scope

  • Understand the current state of the compressor

    • Current sensors, DAQ capabilities

    • Operation characteristics of reciprocating compressors

  • Install and run ENVISION Condition monitoring system to be donated by Dresser-Rand

  • Increase the current DAQ capabilities

  • End Goal: Design, develop, and install effective health monitoring capabilities

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Sample engineering specs updated
Sample Engineering Specs (Updated)

Detailed Design Review


Concept selection
Concept Selection

Detailed Design Review


Risk assessment
Risk Assessment

Detailed Design Review


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Risk Assessment

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Ritdaq

Channel layout and sensor attachments

RITDAQ

Detailed Design Review


Daq channel layout analog
DAQ Channel Layout (Analog)

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DAQ Channel Layout (Analog)

Detailed Design Review


Flow meter
Flow meter

How?

  • Insert in flex-hose section

Why?

  • Easy to modify layout

  • Cost efficient

    Materials Needed:

  • hose clamps (x2)

  • Adapter (x2)

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Tank pressure
Tank Pressure

Detailed Design Review


Tank pressure1
Tank Pressure

How?

  • Use Rosemount Alphaline 1151

  • Mounted on compressor base

  • Connected with pressure tubing

Why?

  • Already have sensor

  • Easy to place T-Piece before analog gage

    Materials Needed:

  • T-Piece

  • Adapter

  • Thermocouple fitting

Detailed Design Review


Dp across orifice tank
dP across orifice tank

How?

  • Use Rosemount sensor

  • Mount in basement with tank

Why?

  • No room constraints

  • Out of the way

    Materials Needed:

  • Hardware

  • Adapter (x2)

  • Elbow

Detailed Design Review


Photocraft hs20 encoder
Photocraft HS20 Encoder

How?

  • Use included mounting bracket to attach to oil pump housing

Why?

  • No modifications to existing structure

    Materials needed:

    - 7/16-14 Bolt 3in long

    - 7/16-14 nuts

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Daq channel layout thermocouples
DAQ Channel Layout (Thermocouples)

Detailed Design Review


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DAQ Channel Layout (Thermocouples)

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Inlet coolant temperature
Inlet Coolant Temperature

How?

  • Attach T-Piece between flex hose and steel flange

Why?

  • No modifications to existing structure

  • Inlet coolant is at room temperature, heat loss is negligible along steel pipe

    Materials Needed:

  • T-Piece

  • Hose Clamp

  • Adapter for Thermocouple

  • Thermocouple fitting

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Cylinder coolant layout
Cylinder Coolant Layout

Detailed Design Review


Head outlet coolant temperature
Head Outlet Coolant Temperature

Detailed Design Review


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Head Outlet Coolant Temperature

How?

  • Attach fitting to plugged hole and insert thermocouple directed at top outlet

Why?

  • No modification of existing structure

  • Measures right at the outlet

    Materials Needed:

  • Thermocouple fitting

  • Adapter

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Center outlet coolant temperature
Center Outlet Coolant Temperature

How?

  • Attach fitting with thermocouple to plugged hole adjacent to outlet

Why?

  • No modification to existing structure

  • No losses

    Materials Needed:

  • Adapter

  • Thermocouple fitting

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Tail coolant out temperature
Tail Coolant Out Temperature

Detailed Design Review


Tail outlet coolant temperature
Tail Outlet Coolant Temperature

How?

  • Drill and tap hole in pipe. (4mm wall thickness)

Why?

  • Close to outlet

  • No mixing with other coolant flows

    Materials Needed:

    - Thermocouple fitting

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Tail coolant out temperature1
Tail Coolant Out Temperature

  • Test strength of threading schedule 80 pipe.

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Combined outlet coolant temperature
Combined Outlet Coolant Temperature

How?

  • Drill and tap hole in bottom of flow sight

Why?

  • Close after all 3 coolant outlets combine

  • Sufficient wall thickness to secure enough threads for fitting

    Materials Needed:

    - Fitting for Thermocouple

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Combined outlet coolant temperature1
Combined Outlet Coolant Temperature

Measuring the temperature of the cooling pipes at various locations

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Coolant temperature before and after c hiller
Coolant Temperature Before and After Chiller

How?

  • Insert T-Piece between flex hose and Chiller inlet

Why?

  • Easy to add piping at this place

    Materials Needed:

  • T-Piece (x2)

  • Adapter (x2)

  • Thermocouple fitting (x2)

Detailed Design Review


Crankcase oil temperature
Crankcase Oil Temperature

How?

  • Attach fitting with thermocouple in plugged hole in crankcase

Why?

  • No modification of existing structure

    Materials Needed:

  • Adapter

  • Thermocouple fitting

Detailed Design Review


Crankshaft bearing temperature
Crankshaft Bearing Temperature

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Crankshaft bearing temperature1
Crankshaft Bearing Temperature

How?

  • Drill into crankcase until just before bearing journal

  • Insert thermocouple to measure temperature of crankcase at that point

  • Assistance from Dresser-Rand

Why?

  • Does not alter bearing function

  • Will show trends of bearing temperature accurately

    Materials Needed:

    - Thermocouple fitting (x2)

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Bill of materials
Bill of Materials

Detailed Design Review


Cost breakdown
Cost Breakdown

Detailed Design Review


Labview interface
LabView Interface

Goals:

Clearly display compressor data

Time domain and Frequency domain

P-v diagram for forward stroke and backstroke

Detailed Design Review



Preliminary test plans
Preliminary Test Plans

Detailed Design Review


Sensor tests
Sensor Tests

Means of testing sensor functionality

SigLab

Existing USB DAQ

RIT DAQ

Detailed Design Review


Rit daq
RIT DAQ

Cross referencing sensor outputs with existing DAQs and Signal Analyzers

Use USB DAQ to validate signals

Use SigLab to validate signals

Reference expected values to ensure proper sensor readings

Detailed Design Review


Envision system
Envision System

Utilize the functionality of the RIT DAQ

Use the functioning RIT DAQ to ensure the Envision System is displaying proper outputs

RIT DAQ will already be cross referenced with alternative Signal Processors and validated

Detailed Design Review


Preliminary msd ii schedule
Preliminary MSD II Schedule

Detailed Design Review


Questions
Questions?

Detailed Design Review


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