Detection and Diagnosis faults in Machine asynchronous based on single processing

Ibrahim Chouidira, Djalal Eddine Khodja, Hani Benguesmia

Abstract

In this work, we proposed multi-winding model for the simulation of broken bars in squirrel cage asynchronous machine, this model allows to study the influence of the broken bar defects on the behavior general of machines in different operating conditions (healthy and faulty). The breaking of the most frequent bars of the rotor causes oscillations of the torque, speed, and the current, the increase of the resistance of the rotor creates the defects proportional with the number of breaks bar K .The diagnosis fault using technique of single processing based on Spectrum analysis for detection broken bar. The results of the simulation obtained allowed us to show the importance of this technique for detection broken bar.

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