Identification of fundamental frequency and not harmonics in a FFT - using peak locations
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I would like to generate my results as similar as I can to the images in red at Figure 6 | Feature extraction of milling chatter based on optimized variational mode decomposition and multi-scale permutation entropy | SpringerLink
I alredy got the FFT from my noisy data and use the command findpeaks I have obtain the following
plot(f1,P1,'--b','LineWidth',1.5) % Frequency domain of the signal
Fz=60; % Fundamental frequency
tooth=Fz; %Expected peaks separation
% pkt is amplitude, and lct is the corresponding frequency
You can see, only one of these peak is a non harmonics. I want to modify it so:
1) Identify of the group[pkt,lct], which ones are harmonics of the 60Hz component, label each one as harmonics or nor harmonic.
2) Plot harmonics with one symbols and non harmonic with other symbol.
Warning:Some fft will have more than one non harmonics, or can all the peaks be harmonics, so the group data could be something smaller than 6 items.
Attached one image of the current state of the code but as you may notice, it is not working as expected.
Mathieu NOE on 12 Oct 2021
of course I cannot plot the spectrum as this is not provided here
I just let you see how to do the separation between harmonic and non harmonic data.
BTW , the sorting of the data by findpeaks does not bring any added value here - not needed in fact;
here I start from the data : round([pkt,lct'])
pkt = data(:,1);
lct = data(:,2);
% harmonic / non harmonic group segregation
f_base = min(lct);
f_ratio = (lct./f_base);
f_residue = abs(f_ratio-round(f_ratio));
tol = 1e-2; % 1% tolerance
ind_harmo = find(f_residue<=tol);
ind_non_harmo = find(f_residue>tol);
% harmonic group
pkt_harmo = data(ind_harmo,1);
lct_harmo = data(ind_harmo,2);
% non harmonic group
pkt_non_harmo = data(ind_non_harmo,1);
lct_non_harmo = data(ind_non_harmo,2);
legend('harmo peaks','non harmo peaks');