Current Frequency Spectral Subtraction and Its Contribution to Induction Machines’ Bearings Condition Monitoring

@article{Bouchikhi2013CurrentFS,
  title={Current Frequency Spectral Subtraction and Its Contribution to Induction Machines’ Bearings Condition Monitoring},
  author={El Houssin El Bouchikhi and Vincent Choqueuse and M. E. H. Benbouzid},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion},
  year={2013},
  volume={28},
  pages={135-144}
}
Induction machines are widely used in industrial applications. Safety, reliability, efficiency, and performance are major concerns that direct the research activities in the field of electrical machines. Even though the induction machine is very reliable, many failures can occur such as bearing faults, air-gap eccentricity, and broken rotor bars. The challenge is, therefore, to detect them at an early stage in order to prevent breakdowns. In particular, stator current-based condition monitoring… CONTINUE READING
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