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A SIMPLE PATTERN RECOGNITION APPROACH FOR MONITORING INCIPIENT STATOR FAULTS IN SALIENT-POLE SYNCHRONOUS GENERATORS

By J. A. Dente and P. J. da Costa Branco

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Abstract:
This paper studies the effect of incipient stator faults in salient-pole synchronous generators and its detection using a simple pattern recognition methodology. A theoretical linear model for the synchronous generator is first developed to provide the relationships between stator and rotor harmonic currents and possible incipient faults on stator electric circuits. All theoretical findings were verified by experimental results. The stator currents and its αβ and dq representations have been used to detect incipient faults on salient-pole synchronous generators using a similar pattern recognition technique which have been proposed for induction machines. From our test results, it became clear that the proposed methodology is capable of correctly monitoring incipient stator faults in salient-pole synchronous generators.

Citation:
J. A. Dente and P. J. da Costa Branco, "A Simple Pattern Recognition Approach for Monitoring Incipient Stator Faults in Salient-Pole Synchronous Generators," Progress In Electromagnetics Research B, Vol. 39, 163-178, 2012.
doi:10.2528/PIERB12012103

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