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Titre: Induction motors broken rotor bars detection using MCSA and neural network: experimental research
Auteur(s): S. Guedidi
S. E. Zouzou
W. Laala
K. Yahia
M. Sahraoui
Mots-clés: Induction motor ; Broken rotor bars ; Diagnosis ; MCSA ; Neural network
Date de publication: 23-avr-2014
Résumé: Early detection and diagnosis of incipient faults are desirable to ensure an improved operational effectiveness of induction motors. A novel practical method of detection and classification for broken rotor bars, using motor current signature analysis associated with a neural network technique is developed. The motor-slip is calculated via a new simple and very rigorous formula, based on (f s − f r ) mixed eccentricity harmonic. It can be seen from the experimental study, carried out on hundreds of observation, that the mixed eccentricity harmonic (f s − f r ) has the largest amplitude in its existence range, under different motor loads and conditions (healthy or defective). Since (f s − f r ) is related to the slip and the mechanical rotational frequency, it is obvious that the detection of the broken rotor bars harmonics (1 ± 2ks)f s becomes easy. The amplitude of these harmonics and the slip value (detection and discernment criterion) are used as the neural network inputs. The neural network provides a reliable decision on the machine condition. The experimental results obtained from 1.1 and 3 kW motors prove the effectiveness of the proposed method. Diagnosis ; MCSA ; Neural network. Link http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs13198-013-0149-6
URI/URL: http://dspace.univ-biskra.dz:8080/jspui/handle/123456789/2422
Collection(s) :Publications Internationales

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