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A Fault Severity Index for Stator Winding Faults Detection in Vector Controlled PM Synchronous Motor
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A Fault Severity Index for Stator Winding Faults Detection in Vector Controlled PM Synchronous Motor
Hadef, M.; Djerdir, A.; Ikhlef, N.; Mekideche, M.R.; N'diaye, A. O.;
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 Abstract
Stator turn faults in permanent magnet synchronous motors (PMSMs) are more dangerous than those in induction motors (IMs) because of the presence of spinning rotor magnets that can be turned off at will. Condition monitoring and fault detection and diagnosis of the PMSM have been receiving a growing amount of attention among scientists and engineers in the past few years. The aim of this study is to propose a new detection technique of stator winding faults in a three-phase PMSM. This technique is based on the image analysis and recognition of the stator current Concordia patterns, and will allow the identification of turn faults in the stator winding as well as its correspondent fault index severity. A test bench of a vector controlled PMSM motor behaviors under short circuited turn in two phases stator windings has been built. Some experimental results of the phase to phase short circuits have been performed for diagnosis purpose.
 Keywords
Permanent magnet synchronous motor(PMSM);Stator turn faults Park's vector approach;Image composition;Pattern recognition;Fault severity index (FSI);
 Language
English
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