Condition monitoring technologies for synthetic fiber ropes - a review

Espen Oland, Rune Schlanbusch, and Shaun Falconer
Publication Target: 
IJPHM
Publication Issue: 
2
Submission Type: 
Full Paper
Supporting Agencies (optional): 
The Research Council of Norway
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This paper presents a review of different condition monitoring technologies for fiber ropes. Specifically, it presents an overview of the articles and patents on the subject, ranging from the early 70’s up until todaywith the state of the art. Experimental results are also included and discussed in a condition monitoring context, where failure mechanisms and changes in physical parameters give improved insight into the degradation process of fiber ropes. From this review, it is found
that automatic width measurement has received surprisingly little attention, and might be a future direction for the development of a continuous condition monitoring system for synthetic fiber ropes.

Publication Year: 
2017
Publication Volume: 
8
Publication Control Number: 
014
Page Count: 
14
Submission Keywords: 
condition based maintenance (CBM)
damage detection
health monitoring
ultrasound
vibration analysis
thermography
computer vision
electromagnetic method
optical damage sensors
X-ray tomography
Submission Topic Areas: 
CBM and informed logistics
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