Monitoring and Damping UMP Due Eccentricity Fault in Induction Machines: A Review

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2016 International Conference of Asian Union of Magnetics Societies, ICAUMS 2016, 2018
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2018-10-02
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© 2016 IEEE. Three-phase induction machines are reliable and widely used in industrial plants. The efficient condition monitoring can diagnose the inception of fault mechanisms in induction motors thus avoiding failure and expensive repairs. Therefore, there is a strong need to develop a more efficient condition monitoring. The main target is to achieve a relatively low cost and/or non-invasive system which is still powerful in terms of monitoring for online detection of developing faults. This digest adresses rotor eccentricity faults and study of conventional monitoring techniques for induction motor faults. In order to reduce the UMP in case of an eccentric rotor, the eccentricity-generated additional airgap flux waves should be reduced. Additional, the characteristics of UMP in induction machines are addressed. Methods to reduce the side-band flux waves and hence attenuate the UMP will be addressed.
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