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Title: Fusion information entropy method of rolling bearing fault diagnosis based on n-dimensional characteristic parameter distance
Authors: Ai, YT
Guan, JY
Fei, CW
Tian, J
Zhang, FL
Issue Date: 2017
Source: Mechanical systems and signal processing, 2017, v. 88, p. 123-136
Abstract: To monitor rolling bearing operating status with casings in real time efficiently and accurately, a fusion method based on n-dimensional characteristic parameters distance (n-DCPD) was proposed for rolling bearing fault diagnosis with two types of signals including vibration signal and acoustic emission signals. The n-DCPD was investigated based on four information entropies (singular spectrum entropy in time domain, power spectrum entropy in frequency domain, wavelet space characteristic spectrum entropy and wavelet energy spectrum entropy in time-frequency domain) and the basic thought of fusion information entropy fault diagnosis method with n-DCPD was given. Through rotor simulation test rig, the vibration and acoustic emission signals of six rolling bearing faults (ball fault, inner race fault, outer race fault, inner-ball faults, inner-outer faults and normal) are collected under different operation conditions with the emphasis on the rotation speed from 800 rpm to 2000 rpm. In the light of the proposed fusion information entropy method with n-DCPD, the diagnosis of rolling bearing faults was completed. The fault diagnosis results show that the fusion entropy method holds high precision in the recognition of rolling bearing faults. The efforts of this study provide a novel and useful methodology for the fault diagnosis of an aeroengine rolling bearing.
Keywords: Fault diagnosis
Fusion information entropy method
N-dimensional characteristic parameters distance
Rolling bearing
Publisher: Academic Press
Journal: Mechanical systems and signal processing 
ISSN: 0888-3270
EISSN: 1096-1216
DOI: 10.1016/j.ymssp.2016.11.019
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