Implementation of health monitoring system of induction machine using computational intelligence

Thakar, Darshan Upendrabhai, Adhlakha, Richa, Chauhan, Rahul, Rachapudi, Venubabu, Khan, Mohammad Ahmar and Kaushal, Ashish Kumar (2024) Implementation of health monitoring system of induction machine using computational intelligence. Journal of Electrical Systems, 20 (5s). pp. 2341-2350. ISSN 1112-5209

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The induction machine is a critical component in various industrial applications, and its reliable operation is paramount for uninterrupted processes. To ensure the continuous performance and prevent unexpected failures, the implementation of an effective health monitoring system is imperative. In this study, we propose a novel approach to monitor the health of induction machines using computational intelligence techniques. The proposed system integrates advanced computational intelligence algorithms, including machine learning and signal processing methods, to analyze the operational data and identify potential faults or anomalies in the induction machine. Specifically, we employ techniques such as artificial neural networks, support vector machines, and genetic algorithms to process the sensor data acquired from the induction machine. The health monitoring system operates in real-time, continuously analyzing various parameters such as current, voltage, temperature, and vibration patterns to detect deviations from normal operating conditions. By establishing baseline performance profiles and employing pattern recognition algorithms, the system can identify early signs of degradation or impending failures, allowing for proactive maintenance interventions. Moreover, the proposed system offers flexibility and scalability, enabling adaptation to different types of induction machines and operating environments. It facilitates remote monitoring capabilities, enabling maintenance personnel to access real-time health status and diagnostic information from anywhere, facilitating timely decision-making and proactive maintenance strategies.

Item Type: Article
Keywords: Induction machine | Health monitoring system | Computational intelligence | Machine learning | Signal pro
Subjects: Physical, Life and Health Sciences > Medicine
Physical, Life and Health Sciences > Computer Science
Depositing User: Subhajit Bhattacharjee
Date Deposited: 14 May 2024 14:43
Last Modified: 14 May 2024 14:43
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