A Temporal and Spectral Analysis System Design, to Detect Vibration Failures in Electrical Motors

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Francisco Ernesto Moreno-García
José Armando Becerra-Vargas
Carlos Andrés Rendón-Echeverri


This document is based on the experimental development of a measurement and analysis vibrations system, to provide a study of the most relevant variables used in the spectral analysis of electric motors, in order to detect possible faults. This analysis system was implemented in a test bank developed by The Research Group in Automation and Control (GIAC) of the University Francisco de Paula Santander.


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