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Bearing Fault Diagnosis based on Stochastic Resonance with Cuckoo Search

Volume 14, Number 3, March 2018, pp. 413-424
DOI: 10.23940/ijpe.18.03.p2.413424

Kuo Chi, Jianshe Kang, Xinghui Zhang, and Zhiyuan Yang

Mechanical Engineering College, Shijiazhuang, 050003, China

(Submitted on October 12, 2017; Revised on December 8, 2017; Accepted on December 29, 2017)


Rolling bearings are the main components of modern machinery, and harsh operating environments often make them prone to failure. Therefore, detecting the incipient fault as soon as possible is useful for bearing prognostics and health management. However, the useful feature information relevant to the bearing fault contained in the vibration signals is weak under the influence of the noise and transmission path. The useful feature information is even submerged in the noise. Thus, it becomes difficult to identify the fault symptom of rolling bearings in time from the vibration signals. Stochastic resonance (SR) is a reliable method to detect the weak signal in intense noise. However, the effect of SR depends on the adjustment of two parameters. Cuckoo Search (CS) is a heuristic novel optimization algorithm that can search the global solution quickly and efficiently. Thus, CS is utilized to optimize the two parameters in this paper. Local signal-to-noise ratio (LSNR) is used to evaluate resonance effect. Two bearing fault datasets were used to confirm the effectiveness of SR optimized by CS. SR methods optimized by particle swarm optimization (PSO), genetic algorithms (GA), firefly algorithm (FA), and ant colony optimization (ACO) are also used to detect the bearing fault signal in the two datasets. The analysis results state SR optimized by CS can find better LSNR than SR optimized by other algorithms no matter if it is in the same iterations or in the same computation time, thereby making the fault feature more obvious.


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