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Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis Techniques for Complex Engineering Systems
Author : Hamid Reza Karimi
Publisher : Academic Press
Release Date : 2021-06-15
ISBN 10 : 9780128224731
Pages : 320 pages

Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis Techniques for Complex Engineering Systems gives a systematically and almost self-contained description of the many facets of envisaging, designing, implementing or experimentally exploring emerging trends in fault diagnosis and failure prognosis in mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and biomedical systems. The book is devoted to the development of mathematical methodologies for fault diagnosis and isolation, fault tolerant control and failure prognosis problems of engineering systems. It presents new techniques in reliability modeling, reliability analysis, reliability design, fault and failure detection, signal processing, and fault tolerant control of engineering systems. It is specifically focusing on the development of mathematical methodologies for diagnosis and prognosis of faults or failures, providing a unified platform for understanding and applicability of advanced diagnosis and prognosis methodologies for improving reliability purposes in both theory and practice, such as vehicles, manufacturing systems, circuits, flights, biomedical systems. This book will be a valuable resource for different groups of readers - mechanical engineers working on vehicle systems; electrical engineers working on rotary machinery systems; control engineers working on fault detection systems; mathematicians and physician working on complex dynamics; and postgraduate students majoring on mechatronics, control engineering, mechanical engineering, and applied mathematics. It can be also of a significant interest to the researchers within mechatronics and biomedical engineering society, including both academic and industrial parts. Presents recent advances of theory, technological aspects, and applications of advanced diagnosis and prognosis methodologies in engineering applications Provides a series of latest results in, including but not limited to, fault detection, isolation, fault tolerant control, and failure prognosis of components Gives numerical and simulation results in each chapter to reflect the engineering practice, yet demonstrate the main focus of the developed analysis and synthesis approaches

Prognostics and Health Management of Engineering Systems
Author : Nam-Ho Kim,Dawn An,Joo-Ho Choi
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2016-10-24
ISBN 10 : 3319447424
Pages : 347 pages

This book introduces the methods for predicting the future behavior of a system’s health and the remaining useful life to determine an appropriate maintenance schedule. The authors introduce the history, industrial applications, algorithms, and benefits and challenges of PHM (Prognostics and Health Management) to help readers understand this highly interdisciplinary engineering approach that incorporates sensing technologies, physics of failure, machine learning, modern statistics, and reliability engineering. It is ideal for beginners because it introduces various prognostics algorithms and explains their attributes, pros and cons in terms of model definition, model parameter estimation, and ability to handle noise and bias in data, allowing readers to select the appropriate methods for their fields of application.Among the many topics discussed in-depth are:• Prognostics tutorials using least-squares• Bayesian inference and parameter estimation• Physics-based prognostics algorithms including nonlinear least squares, Bayesian method, and particle filter• Data-driven prognostics algorithms including Gaussian process regression and neural network• Comparison of different prognostics algorithms divThe authors also present several applications of prognostics in practical engineering systems, including wear in a revolute joint, fatigue crack growth in a panel, prognostics using accelerated life test data, fatigue damage in bearings, and more. Prognostics tutorials with a Matlab code using simple examples are provided, along with a companion website that presents Matlab programs for different algorithms as well as measurement data. Each chapter contains a comprehensive set of exercise problems, some of which require Matlab programs, making this an ideal book for graduate students in mechanical, civil, aerospace, electrical, and industrial engineering and engineering mechanics, as well as researchers and maintenance engineers in the above fields.

Diagnostics and Prognostics of Engineering Systems: Methods and Techniques
Author : Kadry, Seifedine
Publisher : IGI Global
Release Date : 2012-09-30
ISBN 10 : 146662096X
Pages : 461 pages

Industrial Prognostics predicts an industrial system’s lifespan using probability measurements to determine the way a machine operates. Prognostics are essential in determining being able to predict and stop failures before they occur. Therefore the development of dependable prognostic procedures for engineering systems is important to increase the system’s performance and reliability. Diagnostics and Prognostics of Engineering Systems: Methods and Techniques provides widespread coverage and discussions on the methods and techniques of diagnosis and prognosis systems. Including practical examples to display the method’s effectiveness in real-world applications as well as the latest trends and research, this reference source aims to introduce fundamental theory and practice for system diagnosis and prognosis.

Bond Graphs for Modelling, Control and Fault Diagnosis of Engineering Systems
Author : Wolfgang Borutzky
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2016-12-31
ISBN 10 : 3319474340
Pages : 679 pages

This book presents theory and latest application work in Bond Graph methodology with a focus on: • Hybrid dynamical system models, • Model-based fault diagnosis, model-based fault tolerant control, fault prognosis • and also addresses • Open thermodynamic systems with compressible fluid flow, • Distributed parameter models of mechanical subsystems. In addition, the book covers various applications of current interest ranging from motorised wheelchairs, in-vivo surgery robots, walking machines to wind-turbines.The up-to-date presentation has been made possible by experts who are active members of the worldwide bond graph modelling community. This book is the completely revised 2nd edition of the 2011 Springer compilation text titled Bond Graph Modelling of Engineering Systems – Theory, Applications and Software Support. It extends the presentation of theory and applications of graph methodology by new developments and latest research results. Like the first edition, this book addresses readers in academia as well as practitioners in industry and invites experts in related fields to consider the potential and the state-of-the-art of bond graph modelling.

Engineering Asset Management - Systems, Professional Practices and Certification
Author : Peter W. Tse,Joseph Mathew,King Wong,Rocky Lam,C.N. Ko
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2014-12-09
ISBN 10 : 3319095072
Pages : 1811 pages

This proceeding represents state-of-the-art trends and developments in the emerging field of engineering asset management as presented at the Eight World Congress on Engineering Asset Management (WCEAM). The Proceedings of the WCEAM 2013 is an excellent reference for practitioners, researchers and students in the multidisciplinary field of asset management, covering topics such as: Asset condition monitoring and intelligent maintenance, 2. Asset data warehousing, data mining and fusion, 3. Asset performance and level-of-service models, 4. Design and life-cycle integrity of physical assets, 5. Deterioration and preservation models for assets, 6. Education and training in asset management, 7. Engineering standards in asset management, 8. Fault diagnosis and prognostics, 9. Financial analysis methods for physical assets, 10. Human dimensions in integrated asset management, 11. Information quality management, 12. Information systems and knowledge management, 13. Intelligent sensors and devices, 14. Maintenance strategies in asset management, 15. Optimisation decisions in asset management, 16. Risk management in asset management, 17. Strategic asset management, 18. Sustainability in asset management. King WONG served as Congress Chair for WCEAM 2013 and ICUMAS 2013 is the President of the Hong Kong Institute of Utility Specialists (HKIUS) and Convener of International Institute of Utility Specialists (IIUS). Peter TSE is the Director of the Smart Engineering Asset Management laboratory (SEAM) at the City University of Hong Kong and served as the Chair of WCEAM 2013 Organising Committee. Joseph MATHEW served as the Co-Chair of WCEAM 2013 is also WCEAM’s General Chair. He is the Chief Executive Officer of Asset Institute, Australia.

Fault Diagnosis of Hybrid Dynamic and Complex Systems
Author : Moamar Sayed-Mouchaweh
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2018-03-27
ISBN 10 : 3319740148
Pages : 286 pages

Online fault diagnosis is crucial to ensure safe operation of complex dynamic systems in spite of faults affecting the system behaviors. Consequences of the occurrence of faults can be severe and result in human casualties, environmentally harmful emissions, high repair costs, and economical losses caused by unexpected stops in production lines. The majority of real systems are hybrid dynamic systems (HDS). In HDS, the dynamical behaviors evolve continuously with time according to the discrete mode (configuration) in which the system is. Consequently, fault diagnosis approaches must take into account both discrete and continuous dynamics as well as the interactions between them in order to perform correct fault diagnosis. This book presents recent and advanced approaches and techniques that address the complex problem of fault diagnosis of hybrid dynamic and complex systems using different model-based and data-driven approaches in different application domains (inductor motors, chemical process formed by tanks, reactors and valves, ignition engine, sewer networks, mobile robots, planetary rover prototype etc.). These approaches cover the different aspects of performing single/multiple online/offline parametric/discrete abrupt/tear and wear fault diagnosis in incremental/non-incremental manner, using different modeling tools (hybrid automata, hybrid Petri nets, hybrid bond graphs, extended Kalman filter etc.) for different classes of hybrid dynamic and complex systems.

Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety of Technical Processes 2003 (SAFEPROCESS 2003)
Author : Marcel Staroswiecki,Eva Wu
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2004-03-12
ISBN 10 : 9780080440118
Pages : 1204 pages

A three-volume work bringing together papers presented at 'SAFEPROCESS 2003', including four plenary papers on statistical, physical-model-based and logical-model-based approaches to fault detection and diagnosis, as well as 178 regular papers.

Model-based Health Monitoring of Hybrid Systems
Author : Danwei Wang,Ming Yu,Chang Boon Low,Shai Arogeti
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-05-23
ISBN 10 : 1461473691
Pages : 297 pages

This book systematically presents a comprehensive framework and effective techniques for in-depth analysis, clear design procedure, and efficient implementation of diagnosis and prognosis algorithms for hybrid systems. It offers an overview of the fundamentals of diagnosis\prognosis and hybrid bond graph modeling. This book also describes hybrid bond graph-based quantitative fault detection, isolation and estimation. Moreover, it also presents strategies to track the system mode and predict the remaining useful life under multiple fault condition. A real world complex hybrid system—a vehicle steering control system—is studied using the developed fault diagnosis methods to show practical significance. Readers of this book will benefit from easy-to-understand fundamentals of bond graph models, concepts of health monitoring, fault diagnosis and failure prognosis, as well as hybrid systems. The reader will gain knowledge of fault detection and isolation in complex systems including those with hybrid nature, and will learn state-of-the-art developments in theory and technologies of fault diagnosis and failure prognosis for complex systems.

Data-Driven Technology for Engineering Systems Health Management
Author : Gang Niu
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2016-07-27
ISBN 10 : 9811020329
Pages : 357 pages

This book introduces condition-based maintenance (CBM)/data-driven prognostics and health management (PHM) in detail, first explaining the PHM design approach from a systems engineering perspective, then summarizing and elaborating on the data-driven methodology for feature construction, as well as feature-based fault diagnosis and prognosis. The book includes a wealth of illustrations and tables to help explain the algorithms, as well as practical examples showing how to use this tool to solve situations for which analytic solutions are poorly suited. It equips readers to apply the concepts discussed in order to analyze and solve a variety of problems in PHM system design, feature construction, fault diagnosis and prognosis.

Diagnosis and Fault-Tolerant Control
Author : Mogens Blanke,Michel Kinnaert,Jan Lunze,Marcel Staroswiecki
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-03-14
ISBN 10 : 3662053446
Pages : 571 pages

This book presents model-based analysis and design methods for fault diagnosis and fault-tolerant control. Architectural and structural models are used to analyse the propagation of the fault through the process, test fault detectability and reveal redundancies that can be used to ensure fault tolerance. Case studies demonstrate the methods presented. The second edition includes new material on reconfigurable control, diagnosis of nonlinear systems, and remote diagnosis, plus new examples and updated bibliography.

Signature-driven Fault Management Methodologies for Complex Engineering Systems
Author : Zhiguo Li
Publisher : N.A
Release Date : 2007
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 197 pages

From Prognostics and Health Systems Management to Predictive Maintenance 1
Author : Rafael Gouriveau,Kamal Medjaher,Noureddine Zerhouni
Publisher : John Wiley & Sons
Release Date : 2016-10-14
ISBN 10 : 1119371023
Pages : 182 pages

This book addresses the steps needed to monitor health assessment systems and the anticipation of their failures: choice and location of sensors, data acquisition and processing, health assessment and prediction of the duration of residual useful life. The digital revolution and mechatronics foreshadowed the advent of the 4.0 industry where equipment has the ability to communicate. The ubiquity of sensors (300,000 sensors in the new generations of aircraft) produces a flood of data requiring us to give meaning to information and leads to the need for efficient processing and a relevant interpretation. The process of traceability and capitalization of data is a key element in the context of the evolution of the maintenance towards predictive strategies.