Archives of Acoustics, 45, 2, pp. 283–295, 2020
10.24425/aoa.2020.133149

Enhancement in Bearing Fault Classification Parameters Using Gaussian Mixture Models and Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients Features

Youcef ATMANI
Ecole Nationale Polytechnique – ENP
Algeria

Said RECHAK
Ecole Nationale Polytechnique – ENP
Algeria

Ammar MESLOUB
Ecole Militaire Polytechnique – EMP
Algeria

Larbi HEMMOUCHE
Ecole Militaire Polytechnique – EMP
Algeria

Last decades, rolling bearing faults assessment and their evolution with time have been receiving much interest due to their crucial role as part of the Conditional Based Maintenance (CBM) of rotating machinery. This paper investigates bearing faults diagnosis based on classification approach using Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) and the Mel Frequency Cepstral Coefficients (MFCC) features. Throughout, only one criterion is defined for the evaluation of the performance during all the cycle of the classification process. This is the Average Classification Rate (ACR) obtained from the confusion matrix. In every test performed, the generated features vectors are considered along to discriminate between four fault conditions as normal bearings, bearings with inner and outer race faults and ball faults. Many configurations were tested in order to determinate the optimal values of input parameters, as the frame analysis length, the order of model, and others. The experimental application of the proposed method was based on vibration signals taken from the bearing datacenter website of Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). Results show that proposed method can reliably classify different fault conditions and have a highest classification performance under some conditions.
Keywords: bearing faults; Gaussian mixture models; Mel frequency cepstral coefficients; feature extraction; diagnosis
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