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Type: Conference paper
Title: Investigation and development of a real-time on-site condition monitoring system for induction motors
Author: Bakhri, S.
Ertugrul, N.
Soong, W.
Al-Sarawi, S.
Citation: Proceedings of AUPEC, Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference, 9-12 December, 2007:589-594
Publisher: IEEE
Issue Date: 2007
Series/Report no.: Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference
ISBN: 0646494880
9780646494883
Conference Name: Australasian Universities Power Engineering Conference (17th : 2007 : Perth, Western Australia)
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Responsibility: 
S. Bakhri ; N. Ertugrul ; W.L. Soong ; and S. Al-Sarawi
Abstract: Condition monitoring of induction motors is commonly used in industrial applications to maintain safe and reliable operation of plants. The current practice in condition monitoring primarily involves using various forms of mobile devices usually with a single sensor input to perform tests at regular intervals. However, such devices and monitoring services are expensive and require an experienced operator for reliable decisions. This paper investigates an alternative low cost solution for continuous condition monitoring of induction machines using multiple sensors, which can be located next to a machine under test and can provide condition information using indicator lights for quick diagnosis. In addition, the paper provides the hardware and software details of the system implemented which are based on an FPGA based (CompactRIO) LabVIEW platform. A number of test results are also provided in the paper to demonstrate its performance under real faults.
Keywords: Condition monitoring; induction motor; FPGA
Rights: © IEEE
RMID: 0020075488
DOI: 10.1109/AUPEC.2007.4548089
Appears in Collections:Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications
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