Gearbox degradation diagnosis using supplementary approaches based on the stator current analysis: experimental research
by Abdelkarim Bouras; Slimane Bouras; Aoul Elias Hadjadj; Samir Kerfali
International Journal of Industrial and Systems Engineering (IJISE), Vol. 22, No. 2, 2016

Abstract: Monitoring and diagnosis of a reduction gear via the characteristic information of tooth decay that can provide the signal of the stator current seems to be a complicated task. This work targets the detection of the tooth surface decay by means of spectral analysis of the phase current and that of the neutral one supplemented by a signature recognition of the operator to clean the failure pattern. The interpretation of the patterns corresponding to each failure can isolate faults and therefore make a reliable diagnosis. For this, a series of tests was performed on a 3 kW induction motor coupled to a gearbox with three floors.

Online publication date: Sat, 26-Dec-2015

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