Paolo Pennacchi
Paolo Pennacchi
Politecnico di Milano, Universitą di Pavia
Verified email at polimi.it
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Identification of multiple faults in rotor systems
N Bachschmid, P PENNACCHI, A Vania
Journal of sound and vibration 254 (2), 327-366, 2002
2472002
Diagnostics of gear faults based on EMD and automatic selection of intrinsic mode functions
R Ricci, P Pennacchi
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 25 (3), 821-838, 2011
1992011
Application of cepstrum pre-whitening for the diagnosis of bearing faults under variable speed conditions
P Borghesani, P Pennacchi, RB Randall, N Sawalhi, R Ricci
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 36 (2), 370-384, 2013
1752013
A new procedure for using envelope analysis for rolling element bearing diagnostics in variable operating conditions
P Borghesani, R Ricci, S Chatterton, P Pennacchi
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 38 (1), 23-35, 2013
1722013
Cracked rotors: a survey on static and dynamic behaviour including modelling and diagnosis
N Bachschmid, P Pennacchi, E Tanzi
Springer Science & Business Media, 2010
1572010
A model-based identification method of transverse cracks in rotating shafts suitable for industrial machines
P Pennacchi, N Bachschmid, A Vania
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 20 (8), 2112-2147, 2006
1462006
The relationship between kurtosis-and envelope-based indexes for the diagnostic of rolling element bearings
P Borghesani, P Pennacchi, S Chatterton
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 43 (1-2), 25-43, 2014
1372014
Use of modal representation for the supporting structure in model-based fault identification of large rotating machinery: part 1—theoretical remarks
P Pennacchi, N Bachschmid, A Vania, GA Zanetta, L Gregori
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 20 (3), 662-681, 2006
1212006
Identification of transverse crack position and depth in rotor systems
N Bachschmid, P Pennacchi, E Tanzi, A Vania
Meccanica 35 (6), 563-582, 2000
1082000
Non-undercutting conditions in internal gears
GC Mimmi, PE Pennacchi
Mechanism and Machine Theory 35 (4), 477-490, 2000
992000
The velocity synchronous discrete Fourier transform for order tracking in the field of rotating machinery
P Borghesani, P Pennacchi, S Chatterton, R Ricci
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 44 (1-2), 118-133, 2014
922014
Some remarks on breathing mechanism, on non-linear effects and on slant and helicoidal cracks
N Bachschmid, P Pennacchi, E Tanzi
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 22 (4), 879-904, 2008
912008
Thermally induced vibrations due to rub in real rotors
N Bachschmid, P Pennacchi, A Vania
Journal of sound and vibration 299 (4-5), 683-719, 2007
822007
Nonlinear effects caused by coupling misalignment in rotors equipped with journal bearings
P Pennacchi, A Vania, S Chatterton
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 30, 306-322, 2012
762012
Testing second order cyclostationarity in the squared envelope spectrum of non-white vibration signals
P Borghesani, P Pennacchi, R Ricci, S Chatterton
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 40 (1), 38-55, 2013
702013
Order tracking for discrete-random separation in variable speed conditions
P Borghesani, P Pennacchi, RB Randall, R Ricci
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 30, 1-22, 2012
642012
Light and short arc rubs in rotating machines: Experimental tests and modelling
P Pennacchi, N Bachschmid, E Tanzi
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 23 (7), 2205-2227, 2009
592009
Diagnostic significance of orbit shape analysis and its application to improve machine fault detection
N Bachschmid, P Pennacchi, A Vania
Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering 26 …, 2004
572004
Experimental and theoretical application of fault identification measures of accuracy in rotating machine diagnostics
A Vania, P Pennacchi
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 18 (2), 329-352, 2004
512004
Modeling of the dynamic response of a Francis turbine
P Pennacchi, S Chatterton, A Vania
Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing 29, 107-119, 2012
492012
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