Int. J. of Intelligent Engineering Informatics   »   2017 Vol.5, No.3

 

 

Title: Diagnosis and classification using ANFIS approach of stator and rotor faults in induction machine

 

Authors: Hichem Merabet; Tahar Bahi; Djalel Drici

 

Addresses:
Research Center in Industrial Technologies (CRTI), P.O. Box 64, Cheraga, Algeria
Electrical Department, Faculty of Science Engineering, University of Annaba, Algeria
Research Center in Industrial Technologies (CRTI), P.O. Box 64, Cheraga, Algeria

 

Abstract: Three-phase squirrel cage induction motors are one of the important elements of the industrial production system, and are mostly used because of their robustness, reliability, relatively simple construction and their low cost. Nevertheless, during their function in different process, this machine types are submitted to external and internal stresses which can lead to several electrical or mechanical failures. In this paper, we proposed a reliable approach for diagnosis and detection of stator short-circuit windings and rotor broken bars faults in induction motor under varying load condition based on relative energy for each level of stator current signal using wavelet packet decomposition which will be useful as data input of adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system (ANFIS). The adaptive neuro-fuzzy inference system is able to identify the induction motor and it is proven to be capable of detecting broken bars and stator short-circuit fault e with high precision. The diagnostic ANFIS algorithm is applicable to a variety of industrial process based on the induction machine for detection and classified the any faults types. This approach is applied under the MATLAB software®.

 

Keywords: induction machine; diagnosis; detection; neuro-fuzzy inference system; modelling; simulation.

 

DOI: 10.1504/IJIEI.2017.10007595

 

Int. J. of Intelligent Engineering Informatics, 2017 Vol.5, No.3, pp.267 - 282

 

Available online: 04 Sep 2017

 

 

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