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2017 | 132 | 3 | 1016-1021
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Application of Predictive Maintenance System in Drinking Water Pumping Stations

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Pumping stations are some of the most important facilities of water administration. Continuous operation of these facilities is of utter importance, to be able to serve at all times. Maintenance of these facilities is also crucial for uninterrupted operation. In this study, the functioning of the predictive maintenance technique, which is based on the vibration analysis, is briefly addressed, and the application of the technique in a real system is presented. In the real system, the steps that must be done in order to apply this system are shown step-by-step. At the end of the study, the failures determined by using the predictive maintenance method are analyzed, and solution suggestions are presented.
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132
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3
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1016-1021
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2017-09
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