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Mining Publication: Experimental Investigation of On-Line Methods for Incipient Fault Detection

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October 2000

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Condition-based maintenance (CBM) of industrial equipment is generally recognized as being the most cost-effective means for improving equipment availability. However, prerequisite to successful implementation of CBM is a reliable detector of failing components. One such detector, termed the effective negative-sequence impedance, had previously been identified as an indicator of induction motor stator winding degradation. However, a limitation of this detector is that it does not change in a predicable manner under certain motor operating conditions. This paper presents an experimental investigation of an improved technique for on-line detection of induction motor stator winding degradation. This paper begins with a brief description of the detectors, followed by a detailed description of the experimental setup, the experiments conducted, and results.

Authors: J Sottile, FC Trutt, JL Kohler

Conference PaperOctober - 2000

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20021070

Conference Record of the 2000 IEEE Industry Applications Conference--35th IAS Annual Meeting and World Conference on Industrial Applications of Electrical Energy, Rome, Italy, Oct 1-3 2000 Pitscataway, New Jersey IEEE., 2000 Oct; :2682-2687

 
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