Induction Machine Broken Bar and Stator Short-Circuit Fault Diagnostics Based on Three Phase Stator Current Envelopes
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Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
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A new method for the fault diagnosis of a broken rotor bar and interturn short circuits in induction machines (IMs) is presented. The method is based on the analysis of the three-phase stator current envelopes of IMs using reconstructed phase space transforms. The signatures of each type of fault are created from the three-phase current envelope of each fault. The resulting fault signatures for the new so-called ldquounseen signalsrdquo are classified using Gaussian mixture models and a Bayesian maximum likelihood classifier. The presented method yields a high degree of accuracy in fault identification as evidenced by the given experimental results, which validate this method.
da Silva, Aderiano M.; Povinelli, Richard J.; and Demerdash, Nabeel, "Induction Machine Broken Bar and Stator Short-Circuit Fault Diagnostics Based on Three Phase Stator Current Envelopes" (2008). Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 107.