Publication Type:

Journal Article

Source:

Expert systems with applications, Elsevier, Volume 35, Number 3, p.1351–1366 (2008)

Abstract:

The condition of an inaccessible gear in an operating machine can be monitored using the vibration signal of the machine measured at some convenient location and further processed to unravel the significance of these signals. This paper deals with the effectiveness of wavelet-based features for fault diagnosis using support vector machines (SVM) and proximal support vector machines (PSVM). The statistical feature vectors from Morlet wavelet coefficients are classified using J48 algorithm and the predominant features were fed as input for training and testing SVM and PSVM and their relative efficiency in classifying the faults in the bevel gear box was compared.

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Cite this Research Publication

N. Saravanan, Siddabattuni, V. N. S. Kumar, and KI Ramachandran, “A comparative study on classification of features by SVM and PSVM extracted using Morlet wavelet for fault diagnosis of spur bevel gear box”, Expert systems with applications, vol. 35, pp. 1351–1366, 2008.