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On the Detection of Induction-Motor Rotor Fault by the Combined “Time Synchronous Averaging-Discrete Wavelet Transform” Approach
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On the Detection of Induction-Motor Rotor Fault by the Combined “Time Synchronous Averaging-Discrete Wavelet Transform” Approach
Ngote, Nabil; Ouassaid, Mohammed; Guedira, Said; Cherkaoui, Mohamed;
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 Abstract
Induction motors are widely used in industrial processes since they offer a very high degree of reliability. But like any other machine, they are vulnerable to faults, which if left unmonitored, might lead to an unexpected interruption at the industrial plant. Therefore, the condition monitoring of the induction motors have been a challenging topic for many electrical machine researchers. Indeed, the effectiveness of the fault diagnosis and prognosis techniques depends very much on the quality of the fault features selection. However, in induction-motor drives, rotor defects are the most complex in terms of detection since they interact with the supply frequency within a restricted band around this frequency, especially in the no-loaded case. To overcome this drawback, this paper deals with an efficient and new method to diagnose the induction-motor rotor fault based on the digital implementation of the monitoring algorithm based on the association of the Time Synchronous Averaging technique and Discrete Wavelet Transform. Experimental results are presented in order to show the effectiveness of the proposed method. The obtained results are largely satisfactory, indicating a promising industrial application of the combined “Time Synchronous Averaging – Discrete Wavelet Transform” approach.
 Keywords
Condition monitoring;Fault diagnosis;Discrete Wavelet Transform (DWT);Induction motors;Signal processing algorithms;Time Synchronous Averaging (TSA);
 Language
English
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