An Industrial Internet Application for Real-Time Fault Diagnosis in Industrial MotorsRevista : IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering
Páginas : 1-12
Tipo de publicación : ISI Ir a publicación
Being able to detect, identify, and diagnose a fault is a key feature of industrial supervision systems, which enables advance asset management, in particular, predictive maintenance, which greatly increases efficiency and productivity. In this paper, an Industrial Internet app for real-time fault detection and diagnosis is implemented and tested in a pilot scale industrial motor. Real-time fault detection and identification is based on dynamic incremental principal component analysis (DIPCA) and reconstruction-based contribution (RBC). When the analysis indicates that one of the vibration measurements is responsible for the fault, a convolutional neural network (CNN) is used to identify the unbalance or bearing fault type. The application was evaluated in its three functionalities: fault detection, fault identification, and fault identification of vibration-related faults, yielding a fault detection rate over 99%, a false alarm rate below 5%, and an identification accuracy over 90%.