Induction Motor Fault Diagnosis: Approach Through Current Signature Analysis by Subrata KarmakarInduction Motor Fault Diagnosis: Approach Through Current Signature Analysis by Subrata Karmakar

Induction Motor Fault Diagnosis: Approach Through Current Signature Analysis

bySubrata Karmakar, Surajit Chattopadhyay, Madhuchhanda Mitra

Hardcover | April 11, 2016

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This book covers the diagnosis and assessment of the various faults which can occur in a three phase induction motor, namely rotor broken-bar faults, rotor-mass unbalance faults, stator winding faults, single phasing faults and crawling. 

Following a brief introduction, the second chapter describes the construction and operation of an induction motor, then reviews the range of known motor faults, some existing techniques for fault analysis, and some useful signal processing techniques. It includes an extensive literature survey to establish the research trends in induction motor fault analysis.

Chapters three to seven describe the assessment of each of the five primary fault types. In the third chapter the rotor broken-bar fault is discussed and then two methods of diagnosis are described; (i) diagnosis of the fault through Radar analysis of stator current Concordia and (ii) diagnosis through envelope analysis of motor startup current using Hilbert and Wavelet Transforms. In chapter four, rotor-mass unbalance faults are assessed, and diagnosis of both transient and steady state stator current has been analyzed using different techniques. If both rotor broken-bar and rotor-mass unbalance faults occur simultaneously then for identification an algorithm is provided in this chapter. Chapter five considers stator winding faults and five different analysis techniques, chapter six covers diagnosis of single phasing faults, and chapter seven describes crawling and its diagnosis.

Finally, chapter eight focuses on fault assessment, and presents a summary of the book together with a discussion of prospects for future research on fault diagnosis.

Subrata Karmakar, born in the year 1966 in West Bengal, India completed his graduation with Honours in Physics from the Ramakrishna Mission Residential College, Narendrapur in West Bengal under University of Calcutta, Kolkata, India. Subsequently, he obtained B. Tech & M. Tech in electrical engineering and Ph. D (technology) from t...
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Title:Induction Motor Fault Diagnosis: Approach Through Current Signature AnalysisFormat:HardcoverDimensions:161 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.25 inPublished:April 11, 2016Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9811006237

ISBN - 13:9789811006234

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Table of Contents

1 Introduction.

1.1 Importance of Fault Diagnosis. 1.2 Induction Motor. 1.3 Analysis of Faults in Induction Motor. 1.4 Current Signature Analysis. 1.5 Objective of the Book. 1.6 Book at a Glance.

 

2 Motor Faults and some useful signal processing tools.

2.1 Introduction. 2.2 Induction Motor Construction and Operation. 2.3 Faults in Induction Motor - Causes and Effects. 2.4 Condition Monitoring and its Necessity. 2.5 Existing Techniques for Fault Analysis of Induction Motor. 2.6 Signal Processing Tools for Fault Analysis. 2.7 Research Trend in Fault Analysis. 2.8 Conclusion. Reference.

 

3 Assessment of Rotor Broken-bar Fault.

3.1Introduction. 3.2 Rotor Broken-Bar Fault. 3.3 Diagnosis of Rotor Broken-Bar Fault. 3.4 Conclusion. Reference.

 

4 Assessment of Rotor-Mass Unbalance Fault.

4.1 Introduction. 4.2 Rotor-Mass Unbalance Fault. 4.3 Diagnosis of Rotor-Mass Unbalance Fault. 4.4 Conclusion. Reference.

 

5 Assessment of Stator Winding Fault.

5.1 Introduction. 5.2 Description of Stator Winding Fault. 5.3 Diagnosis of Stator Winding Fault. 5.4 Conclusion. Reference.

 

6 Assessment of Single Phasing Fault.

6.1 Introduction. 6.2 Single Phasing Fault. 6.3 Diagnosis of Single Phasing Fault. 6.4 Conclusion. Reference.

 

7 Assessment of Crawling.

7.1 Introduction. 7.2 Crawling in Induction Motor. 7.3 Diagnosis of Crawling by Feature Pattern Extraction of Stator Current Concordia.  7.4 Conclusion. Reference.

 

8 Focused Area Of Fault Assessment.

8.1 Introduction. 8.2 Summery. 8.3 Focused Area for future Research.