Induction machine drive condition monitoring and diagnostic research—a survey

@inproceedings{Singh2003InductionMD,
  title={Induction machine drive condition monitoring and diagnostic research—a survey},
  author={Girish Kumar Singh and Sa'ad Ahmed Saleh Al Kazzaz},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract The subject of machine condition monitoring is charged with developing new technologies to diagnose the machinery problems. Different methods of fault identification have been developed and used effectively to detect the machine faults at an early stage using different machine quantities, such as current, voltage, speed, efficiency, temperature and vibrations. One of the principal tools for diagnosing rotating machinery problems has been the vibration analysis. Through the use of… CONTINUE READING

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