Dia­gnosis, Mon­it­or­ing and Re­con­fig­ur­a­tion of Elec­tric Ma­chines Drives

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Compentency: Fault detection and isolation and the synthesis of fault-tolerant control strategies


Module type: elective module


Semester: summer


Site: Sfax


Language: English


Workload: 45 hours course attendance; 30 hours self-study


Credits points: 3


Recommended qualifications: none

Courses

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Faults in Electric Machine Drives the students are able to:

  • have an overview on the most common faults occurring in AC electric drives (induction and synchronous machines)
  • distinguish the different type of faults whether they are mechanically- or electrically- caused
  • predict faults on the different electric drive components

Content

  • Faults in AC drives
  • Voltage supply inverter faults
  • Sensor faults

Details

  • Lecturer: Houda Ben Attia-Sethom
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Faults Detection and Isolation Techniques and Methods the students are able to:

  • know the diagnosis procedure when the data acquisition process may reveal abnormal operating conditions
  • distinguish between model-based and data-based diagnosis method and their cases of usage
  • determine the parameters and variables to diagnose and use the appropriate model to predict it

Content

  • Diagnosis: general procedure
  • FDI methods classification
  • Faults detection: model-based method
  • Faults detection: signal processing techniques
  • Faults detection: motor current signature analysis (MCSA) technique
  • Faults detection: Artificial Intelligent Based Methods

Details

  • Lecturer: Houda Ben Attia-Sethom
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)

Learning Outcome

After the successful participation in the course Fault-Tolerant Control Strategies the students are able to:

  • know the main factors to be considered in any fault-tolerant control system to automatically compensate the faults
  • distinguish between passive and active fault tolerant control techniques, acknowledge their characteristics and case of usage

Content

  • Principle of fault tolerant control
  • Fault tolerant control: passive technique
  • Fault tolerant control: active technique
  • Fault tolerant control: hybrid technique

Details

  • Lecturer: Houda Ben Attia-Sethom
  • Teaching method: lecture, exercise
  • SWS: 1
  • Credit points: 1
  • Examination: exam (100%)