Advancements in condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of rotating machinery: A comprehensive review of image-based intelligent techniques for induction motors

ALSHORMAN, Omar, IRFAN, Muhammad, BANI ABDELRAHMAN, Ra'Ed, MASADEH, Mahmoud, ALSHORMAN, Ahmad, SHEIKH, Muhammad Aman, SAAD, Nordin and RAHMAN, Saifur (2024). Advancements in condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of rotating machinery: A comprehensive review of image-based intelligent techniques for induction motors. Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 130: 107724.

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Recently, condition monitoring (CM) and fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) techniques for rotating machinery (RM) have witnessed substantial advancements in recent decades, driven by the increasing demand for enhanced reliability, efficiency, and safety in industrial operations. CM of valuable and high-cost machinery is crucial for performance tracking, reducing maintenance costs, enhancing efficiency and reliability, and minimizing mechanical failures. While various FDD methods for RM have been developed, these predominantly focus on signal processing diagnostics techniques encompassing time, frequency, and time-frequency domains, intelligent diagnostics, image processing, data fusion, data mining, and expert systems. However, there is a noticeable knowledge gap regarding the specific review of image-based CM and FDD. The objective of this research is to address the aforementioned gap in the literature by conducting a comprehensive review of image-based intelligent techniques for CM and fault FDD specifically applied to induction motors (IMs). The focus of the study is to explore the utilization of image-based methods in the context of IMs, providing a thorough examination of the existing literature, methodologies, and applications. Furthermore, the integration of image-based techniques in CM and FDD holds promise for enhanced accuracy, as visual information can provide valuable insights into the physical condition and structural integrity of the IMs, thereby facilitating early FDD and proactive maintenance strategies. The review encompasses the three main faults associated with IMs, namely bearing faults, stator faults, and rotor faults. Furthermore, a thorough assessment is conducted to analyze the benefits and drawbacks associated with each approach, thereby enabling an evaluation of the efficacy of image-based intelligent techniques in the context of CM and FDD. Finally, the paper concludes by highlighting key issues and suggesting potential avenues for future research.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: 08 Information and Computing Sciences; 09 Engineering; Artificial Intelligence & Image Processing; 40 Engineering; 46 Information and computing sciences
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SWORD Depositor: Symplectic Elements
Depositing User: Symplectic Elements
Date Deposited: 11 Mar 2024 12:06
Last Modified: 11 Mar 2024 12:15

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