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Improved Identification of Various Conditions of Induction Motor Bearing Faults
Nayana B R,
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Volume: 69
Issue: 5
Pages: 1908 - 1919
Artificial intelligence evolved as a powerful tool in condition monitoring of the induction motor for early diagnosis of bearing faults. This paper attempted to identify the features to improve the accuracy of diagnosis using the benchmark database of the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) and the Machinery Fault Prevention Technology (MFPT). In this paper, 18 time-domain features are extracted constituting six proposed time-dependent spectral features (TDSFs) and 12 statistical time-domain features. For the first time, a set of six TDSFs are extracted to diagnose the bearing faults. This involves extracting frequency-domain features using the relationship between Parseval's theorem and the Fourier transform directly from the time domain. Particle swarm optimization (PSO) and wheel-based differential evolution (WBDE) feature selection algorithms are also implemented to identify four prominent features. It is found that three of the four selected features are TDSF features, and results of selected features revealed the attainment of 90.92% for 48 class identifications of CWRU database and 100% for 17 class identifications of the MFPT database, respectively. © 1963-2012 IEEE.
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