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Condition monitoring of stator windings in induction motors: part II - experimental investigation of voltage mismatch detectors.
Sottile J; Trutt FC; Kohler JL
IEEE Trans Ind Appl 2002 Sep/Oct; 38(5):1454-1459
Condition-based maintenance (CBM) of industrial equipment is generally recognized as being the most cost-effective means for improving equipment availability. However, a 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 an induction motor stator winding degradation. However, a limitation of this detector is that it may not change in a predictable manner for extremely low levels of deterioration. Presented in this paper is an experimental investigation of a technique for online detection of induction motor stator winding degradation that addresses this difficulty. It begins with a brief description of the detectors, followed by a detailed description of the experimental setup, the experiments conducted, and results.
Equipment-reliability; Machine-operation; Industrial-equipment; Detectors; Industrial-engineering; Failure-analysis; Warning-devices; Testing-equipment; Mining-industry; Mining-equipment; Author Keywords: Conditioning monitoring; induction motors; stator winding fault
J. Sottile, Department of Mining Engineering, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY 40506-0107
Issue of Publication
IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications
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