State of the Art and Trends in the Monitoring, Detection and Diagnosis of Failures in Electric Induction Motors
AbstractDespite the complex mathematical models and physical phenomena on which it is based, the simplicity of its construction, its affordability, the versatility of its applications and the relative ease of its control have made the electric induction motor an essential element in a considerable number of processes at the industrial and domestic levels, in which it converts electrical energy into mechanical energy. The importance of this type of machine for the continuity of operation, mainly in industry, is such that, in addition to being an important part of the study programs of careers related to this branch of electrical engineering, a large number of investigations into monitoring, detecting and quickly diagnosing its incipient faults due to a variety of factors have been conducted. This bibliographic research aims to analyze the conceptual aspects of the first discoveries that served as the basis for the invention of the induction motor, ranging from the development of the Fourier series, the Fourier transform mathematical formula in its different forms and the measurement, treatment and analysis of signals to techniques based on artificial intelligence and soft computing. This research also includes topics of interest such as fault types and their classification according to the engine, software and hardware parts used and modern approaches or maintenance strategies. View Full-Text
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Merizalde, Y.; Hernández-Callejo, L.; Duque-Perez, O. State of the Art and Trends in the Monitoring, Detection and Diagnosis of Failures in Electric Induction Motors. Energies 2017, 10, 1056.
Merizalde Y, Hernández-Callejo L, Duque-Perez O. State of the Art and Trends in the Monitoring, Detection and Diagnosis of Failures in Electric Induction Motors. Energies. 2017; 10(7):1056.Chicago/Turabian Style
Merizalde, Yuri; Hernández-Callejo, Luis; Duque-Perez, Oscar. 2017. "State of the Art and Trends in the Monitoring, Detection and Diagnosis of Failures in Electric Induction Motors." Energies 10, no. 7: 1056.
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