Recent Techniques to Identify the Stator Fault Diagnosis in Three Phase Induction Motor

@article{Kumar2012RecentTT,
  title={Recent Techniques to Identify the Stator Fault Diagnosis in Three Phase Induction Motor},
  author={K. Vinoth Kumar and S. Suresh Kumar and A. Immanuel Selvakumar and R. Saravana Kumar},
  journal={Int. J. Energy Optim. Eng.},
  year={2012},
  volume={1},
  pages={106-120}
}
Induction motors have gained its popularity as a suitable industrial workhorse, due to its ruggedness and reliability. With time, these workhorses are susceptible to faults, some are incipient and some are major. Such fault can be catastrophic, if unattended and may develop serious problems that may lead to shutdown to the machine causing production and financial losses. To avoid such breakdown, an early stage prognosis can help in preparing the maintenance schedule, which will lead to an… 

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