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Early damage detection of rolling bearings by impedance measurement
As previous research at the institute has shown, the measurement of rolling bearing impedance is suitable for the early detection of damage to rolling bearings. This holds great potential with regard to predictive maintenance applications, in that imminent bearing damage can be detected at an early stage and maintenance can be carried out as required. This can reduce unforeseen failures and increase machine availability.
My research topic is the processing of the DFG project „Early damage detection of rolling bearings by electric impedance measurement" (DFG project number 463357020). The focus is the investigation of possible indicators in the impedance signal of deep groove ball bearings, which indicate a damage event and are suitable for artificial intelligence methods for damage prediction. Likewise, phenomenological modelling is performed, which is intended to describe the impedance change. The knowledge gained is generalized and transferred to other bearing types and sizes.
Research associate at the institute of Product Development and Machine Elements of the Technical University of Darmstadt
10/2019 – 11/2021
Master’s degree Mechanical and Process Engineering at the Technical University of Darmstadt, topic of master thesis: “Development of a measurement and evaluation method for the early detection of rolling bearing damage by impedance measurement”
09/2019 – 11/2021
Working Student at ABB AG, Ladenburg, Germany, Motion Service
10/2018 – 12/2018
Internship at Continental Automotive (Thailand) Co., Ltd., Amata City Rayong, Thailand
02/2017 – 11/2021
Student assistant at the institute of Production Management, Technology und Machine Tools of the Technical University of Darmstadt
10/2015 – 08/2019
Working Student at OPS-Ingersoll Funkenerosion GmbH, Burbach (Sieg), Germany
10/2015 – 09/2019
Bachelor’s degree Mechanical and Process Engineering at the Technical University of Darmstadt, topic of bachelor thesis: “Development of a prestressing device to increase component stiffness of dynamically loaded UHPC structures”
01/2015 – 09/2015
Milling machine operator at OPS-Ingersoll Funkenerosion GmbH, Burbach (Sieg), Germany
10/2012 – 01/2015
Apprenticeship to milling machine operator at OPS-Ingersoll Funkenerosion GmbH, Burbach (Sieg), Germany
09/2003 – 03/2012
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