ELECTRIC MACHINES — MODELING, CONDITION MONITORING, AND FAULT DIAGNOSIS
|Author(s)||Hamid A. Toliyat, Subhasis Nandi|
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There is a huge number of motors being used in our everyday life, in nearly everything from communication technologies to transportation; it obviously means that any unexpected failures of the various electrical equipment could easily lead to the significant losses. And, in order to prevent the occurrence of any such loss, it is critically important to properly detect and subsequently monitor the due working condition of the electric motor.
This book is aimed to review the diagnosis techniques and provides all interested parties with a guide for their application. It will be very useful to the readers who are willing to research and further develop/implement effective fault diagnosis as well as effective and reliable condition monitoring schemes. The authors of the book, who are all recognized industry experts, made a truly remarkable attempt to combine the theoretical analysis with the practical applications of the technical knowledge.
The book begins with some guidance on how to properly analyze the fundamentals of the failures using various methods, such as the winding functions method, FEM (standing for the finite element analysis), and magnetic equivalent circuit analysis method. Then, there are several other methods discussed. It describes the implementation strategies that could be utilized by the readers of the book in their day-to-day work...
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