An Empirical Demodulation for Electrical Fault Detection in Induction Motors

Abstract

Signal demodulation is a fundamental procedure in many situations during a spectral analysis. Through an envelope analysis, it becomes possible to identify fault frequencies that are embedded in a modulated signal and that are not clearly visible only by directly applying some signal processing techniques such as the Fourier transform and filtering. In this… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/TIM.2015.2509398

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@article{Batista2016AnED, title={An Empirical Demodulation for Electrical Fault Detection in Induction Motors}, author={Fabiano Bianchini Batista and Paulo Cezar Monteiro Lamim Filho and Robson Pederiva and Vinicius Augusto Diniz Silva}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement}, year={2016}, volume={65}, pages={559-569} }