ring fault

ring fault

[′riŋ ‚fȯlt]
(geology)
A fault that bounds a rift valley.
A steep-sided fault pattern that is cylindrical in outline and associated with cauldron subsidence. Also known as ring fracture.
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Tenders are invited for Attending slip ring fault, Rewinding of voltage regulator transformer and servicing of 12.
According to the characteristics of the rolling bearing fault signal, the acceleration sensor to detect the vibration signal, of rolling bearings of four kinds of working state: normal operation, inner ring fault, outer fault and rolling element fault were vibration signal acquisition.
Figure 2-5 in order to normal bearing, inner ring fault, and outer ring fault, the original fault of the rolling body signal contrast after signal and noise reduction.
Diagnosis results show that the normal bearing 4 false positives, the inner ring fault does not appear false positives, outer ring fault occurs 3 miscarriages of justice, the rolling body fault occurs 2 false positives.
Caption: Figure 3: The time domain of the outer ring fault signal.
Caption: Figure 4: The denoised outer ring fault signal.
In this study, using the collected experimental data [14], the desired features are obtained by processing signal in time and frequency domains, for ball bearings in conditions of faultless, outer ring fault, inner ring fault and are given to teaching to neural network input.
Also, the inner ring and outer ring fault frequency are obtained through the following relation, respectively:
Surface mapping and sampling by Seabridge during 2005 have traced part of an arcuate ring fault along the edge of the basin which may have been the conduit for precious metals in the system.
Our geological interpretation points to the potential for a higher-grade Goldfields style vein deposit within the ring fault.
Geologic and alteration mapping and geophysical surveys have identified a major system of ring faults defining a large domal feature averaging 2,100 meters in diameter that appears to control the emplacement of ore in the existing open pits and present reserve base.
And, since each OmniSwitch port acts as a token ring bridge, beaconing conditions and other ring faults are isolated to a very small number of users.