Current-Based Mechanical Fault Detection for Direct-Drive Wind Turbines via Synchronous Sampling and Impulse Detection

@article{Gong2015CurrentBasedMF,
  title={Current-Based Mechanical Fault Detection for Direct-Drive Wind Turbines via Synchronous Sampling and Impulse Detection},
  author={Xiang Gong and Wei Qiao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics},
  year={2015},
  volume={62},
  pages={1693-1702}
}
Online fault detection is an effective means to improve wind turbine reliability and performance and reduce wind turbine downtime and operating and maintenance costs. Current-based wind turbine fault detection techniques have received more and more attention in academia and industry due to their nonintrusive character and economic advantages. This paper presents a novel computationally efficient high-resolution wideband synchronous sampling algorithm for the mechanical fault detection of… CONTINUE READING
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