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|Title:||Broken bar detection in induction motors using current and flux spectral analysis|
|Citation:||Australian Journal of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, 2004; 1(3):171-177|
|Publisher:||Institution of Engineers Australia|
|Siau JMB, Graff AL, Soong WL, Ertugrul N.|
|Abstract:||Spectrum analysis of the stator current is commonly used for detecting broken rotor bar faults in induction motors. In this paper we examine the practicality of estimating the number of broken bars using stator current and axial leakage ß ux measurements. The work is based on experimental current and ß ux measurements taken from induction motors as the number of broken rotor bars are progressively increased. The test results are compared with theoretical predictions and empirical results from other researchers. The effect of partial load operation is also examined.|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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