Diagnostic System for Asynchronous Motors and Synchronous Generators Operating in Autonomous Mode Developed through the Use of DAQ Devices and Labview Programming Environment

Keywords: diagnosis of generators, diagnosis of motors, MSCA, MVSA, GSCA, GVSA

Abstract

The paper explores the possibilities for the use of DAQ devices in developing specialised diagnostic systems for monitoring and diagnostics of electrical equipment with asynchronous electric drives and autonomous synchronous generators. The primary focus is on the construction of a system responsive to different complementary diagnostic methods, such as the spectral current- voltage analysis, Park's method, instantaneous power theories, etc. Such a system might be applied locally (discretely) and/or conjointly in a centralized equipment monitoring system with the use of the LabView platform.

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Published
2022-07-25
How to Cite
Gyurov, V., Duganov, M., & Yordanov, Y. (2022, July 25). Diagnostic System for Asynchronous Motors and Synchronous Generators Operating in Autonomous Mode Developed through the Use of DAQ Devices and Labview Programming Environment. ANNUAL JOURNAL OF TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF VARNA, BULGARIA, 6(1), 10-17. https://doi.org/10.29114/ajtuv.vol6.iss1.264
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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING, ELECTRONICS AND AUTOMATION
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