The detection of cavitation in hydraulic components is of great interest because the implosion of bubbles impairs the operating conditions and might cause gradual damage until the system fails prematurely. The cavitation phenomenon was investigated in this study by analyzing accelerometer signals recorded on a proportional spool valve. The approach has been developed using Chaos Theory and a frequency domain study to demonstrate how this phenomenon entails the emergence of irregular and chaotic vibrational dynamics in the oil flow of a directed valve spool

Study of Cavitation Phenomenon in a Proportional Spool Valve Through Chaos Theory

Emma Frosina
2022

Abstract

The detection of cavitation in hydraulic components is of great interest because the implosion of bubbles impairs the operating conditions and might cause gradual damage until the system fails prematurely. The cavitation phenomenon was investigated in this study by analyzing accelerometer signals recorded on a proportional spool valve. The approach has been developed using Chaos Theory and a frequency domain study to demonstrate how this phenomenon entails the emergence of irregular and chaotic vibrational dynamics in the oil flow of a directed valve spool
9783031107757
Cavitation; Chaos theory; Proportional Spool Valve; Vibrational analysis
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