The detection of broken bars in the cage rotor of an induction machine

@article{Elkasabgy1988TheDO,
  title={The detection of broken bars in the cage rotor of an induction machine},
  author={N. M. Elkasabgy and Tony R. Eastham and Graham Elliott Dawson},
  journal={Conference Record of the 1988 IEEE Industry Applications Society Annual Meeting},
  year={1988},
  pages={181-187 vol.1}
}
Techniques are described for the detection of broken bars in the cage rotor of an induction machine. A 30 hp, four pole induction machine with deep bar cage rotor was procured. A stator yoke, tooth tip, and external search coils and thermocouples were installed for test purposes. A shaft torque transducer was installed in line with a DC load machine. The cross section of the machine was modeled with finite elements, and the field distribution and mechanical performance were computed using a… CONTINUE READING

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