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Title: An Order-tracking Technique for the Diagnosis of Faults in Rotating Machineries using Variable Step-size Affine Projection Algorithm
Authors: Wu, Jian-Da;Huang, Chin-Wei;Chen, Jien-Chen
Contributors: 車輛科技研究所
Keywords: Fault diagnosis;Order tracking;VSS APA;Adaptive filter;Rotating machinery
Date: 2005-03
Issue Date: 2014-04-29T07:27:25Z
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Abstract: This paper describes principles and applications of an adaptive order tracking diagnosis technique for fault diagnosis in rotating machinery. An adaptive high-resolution order tracking method with a variable step-size affine-projection algorithm (VSS APA) is used to diagnose faults in the gear-set and centrifugal fan blades. In comparison with conventional order-tracking methods such as recursive least-square filtering algorithm, the proposed VSS APA technique has fast convergence speed for adaptive filtering process. The VSS APA-based order-tracking technique can overcome problems encountered in FFT based methods. The smearing problem is treated as the tracking of frequency-varying band-pass signals. Ordered amplitudes can be calculated with high-resolution adaptive filter algorithm after experimental implementations carried out to evaluate the proposed algorithm in gear-set and centrifugal fan blades defect diagnosis. The experimental result indicates that the proposed algorithm is effective in rotating machinery fault diagnosis.
Relation: NDT & E International, 38(2): 119-127
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