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Mining Publication: Detection of A-C Machine Winding Deterioration Using Electrically Excited Vibrations

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October 1999

Image of publication Detection of A-C Machine Winding Deterioration Using Electrically Excited Vibrations

Presented in this paper is a theoretical review of the relationships that should exist between electrical winding parameters and the mechanical vibration of a-c machine elements under normal and faulted operating conditions. Also included is data from an experimental study that relates stator vibration and bearing vibration to selected winding faults in a synchronous machine. Consideration of these results indicates a significant relationship between electrical deterioration and mechanical vibration and thus provides the motivation for additional study and a basis for future applications.

Authors: FC Trutt, J Sottile, JL Kohler

Conference PaperOctober - 1999

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NIOSHTIC2 Number: 20021902

Proc IEEE Industry Applications Conference, 34th IAS Annual Meeting, 1999 Phoenix, AZ Oct 3-7 IEEE Standards Office, 1999 Oct; :1903-1907

 
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