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Mieczysław Dziubiński, Mieczysław Plich and Artur Drozd

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The main purpose of the work was to develop the analytical simulation model for the starting system and to verify it on the real object. The reliability analysis of the starting system connected with operating use of mechanical and electric elements has been carried out in the developed model. It was a novelty in the conducted examination to use the LabView software for the registration of electric signals (current and voltage) and mechanical ones (rotational speed and torque).

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Mieczysław Dziubiński, Ewa Siemionek, Mieczysław Plich, Artur Drozd and Krzysztof Toborek

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The article presents a new diagnostic method of a motor starter based on the analysis of the starter’s power and the Hall effect. Using the Matlab Simulink program the wear and tear impact of the starter sleeves on power characteristics was simulated. For the analysis of the flux propagation and the distribution of magnetic induction for selected states of the wear and tear of the sleeve the QuickField program was used. Within the experimental tests, registration of the distribution of magnetic induction was conducted by the Hall sensor placed in the link slot. The model and the tests made it possible to develop diagnostic patterns within the OBD diagnostics.

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Mieczysław Dziubiński, Ewa Siemionek, Mieczysław Plich, Artur Drozd and Krzysztof Toborek

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The article presents a new diagnostic method of a motor starter based on the analysis of the starter’s power and the Hall effect. Using the Matlab Simulink program the wear and tear impact of the starter sleeves on power characteristics was simulated. For the analysis of the flux propagation and the distribution of magnetic induction for selected states of the wear and tear of the sleeve the QuickField program was used. Within the experimental tests, registration of the distribution of magnetic induction was conducted by the Hall sensor placed in the link slot. The model and the tests made it possible to develop diagnostic patterns within the OBD diagnostics.

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Mieczysław Plich, Mieczysław Dziubiński and Krzysztof Stypułkowski

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The article presents considerations for improving the reliability of means of transport after introducing significant structural changes in the installation of vehicles and functioning of the embedded electrical equipment. The consequence of introducing electrical and electronic equipment to vehicles is an increased demand for energy. Uncontrolled consumption of electricity can lead to significant decline in availability. Therefore, the necessity arises of energy management through an additional function of some electrical equipment and implementation of modern design and technology according to the requirements of safety and environmental protection.