Aurora DataViewer

HGL Aurora DataViewer
  • Time & Frequency domain visualisation & analysis
  • Worldwide connectivity – Thin Client/Server Architecture
  • Interactive viewing & cursor interrogation
  • Mode definition & alignment
  • Order & mode tracking
  • Phase analysis with Cartesian and Polar plots
  • Third-octave analysis
  • Rainflow and cycle-counting analysis
  • Shaft Centre-line & Orbit analysis
  • Data Manipulation and Derived Channel Generation
  • Data validation – remove erroneous data from analysis
  • Data tagging – highlight regions of specific interest
  • Workflow Persistency – the system ‘remembers’ previous analysis and recreates it when reloading a data file
  • Multi-function plot types
  • User-configurable displays
  • User-definable colour maps


Aurora Tornado

HGL Aurora Tornado
  • High-quality multi-channel analysis using native signal processing
  • Batch and Rapid processing options
  • Continuous queue- and priority-based operation
  • User selectable frequency bandwidths
  • Frequency decomposition against any available reference parameter
  • Worldwide connectivity – Thin Client/Server Architecture
  • Fully interactive processing task configuration and control
  • Remote control and interrogation
  • Multi-user access


Aurora Condition Monitoring

HGL Aurora Condition Monitoring
  • Creation of logical data-subsets for analysis – Select portions of the database for analysis
  • Algorithm definition for:
    • Data Filtering – Rolling average etc.
    • Derived Channels – Combine channels to create a new channel with meaning to the user
    • Event Detection – Define logical and mathematical relationships between channels that relate to a region of interest
  • User requested processing of data – Apply defined algorithms to the data (raw, filtered or derived)
  • Automatic event detection and data processing – Rules can be set such that any new data is automatically processed using combinations of algorithms chained together
  • Viewing measured, derived and event data – Multi-parameter plot allows up to 50 parameters to be plotted simultaneously
  • Interactive viewing & cursor interrogation
    • Event (Region-of-Interest)
    • Amplitude
  • Data Mining – Search the selected data-subset for specific regions of interest and for trending information



HGL Pioneer

Automated Data Analysis for Trending and Summarising

  • Fast automated peak extraction process
  • Fast automated peak selection process
  • Fast validation process, with instantaneous access to processed files
  • Automated queries for reporting critical data
  • Fully automated plots for displaying the most important features
  • Single storage location of extracted peaks with local or remote network access capabilities
  • High-performance operation
  • Multi-user access


Aurora Tip Clearance

HGL Aurora Tip Clearance
  • Raw time series data sets (containing discrete pulses) are processed to produce Tip Clearance results files
  • Calibration Curves are used to convert from DNS (mV) into Clearance (mm)
  • Interactive viewing & cursor interrogation
    • Tip Clearance Data
    • Raw Data
  • Worldwide connectivity – Thin Client/Server Architecture
  • Multi-function plot types
  • Orbit plot with Shaft Centre-Line processing
  • TipClearance files provide access to ‘real’ probe channels as well as ‘collated-pseudo’ blade channels – the probe channels are searched for all instances of events from BladeX which are then collated to form a new channel


Aurora Torsion

HGL Aurora Torsion
  • Raw time series data sets (containing discrete pulses) are processed to produce Torsion results files
  • Twist and/or Torque processing carried out
  • Interactive viewing & cursor interrogation
    • Torsion Data
    • Raw Data
  • Worldwide connectivity – Thin Client/Server Architecture
  • Multi-function plot types
  • FFT Analysis Option
  • Characterisation of pulse events enabling absolute twist analysis