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Fault Detection: Theory, Methods and Systems
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Editors: Léa M. Simon
Book Description:
Fault detection is a subfield of control engineering which concerns itself with monitoring a system, identifying when a fault has occurred and pinpointing the type of fault and its location. Two approaches can be distinguished: a direct pattern recognition of sensor readings that indicate a fault and an analysis of the discrepancy between the sensor readings and expected values. This book reviews research in the field of fault detection including the introduction of an automatic, effective but simpler-to-use system for fault diagnosis in bearings; the monitoring and diagnosis of discrete event systems using time petri nets; fault detection and diagnosis using statistical and soft computing methods.


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Chapter 1 - Advanced System for Automatically Detecting Faults Occurring in Bearings pp. 1-67
Authors / Editors: (Peter W. Tse, Jacko T. Leung, Smart Engineering Asset Management Laboratory (SEAM), Department of Manufacturing Engineering & Engineering Management, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
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Chapter 2 - Monitoring and Diagnosis of Discrete Event Systems using Time Petri Nets: A Railway Case Study pp. 69-95
Authors / Editors: (Mohamed Ghazel, Univ. Lille Nord de France, Lille, France, and others)

Chapter 3 - Fault Detection and Diagnosis with Statistical and Soft Computing Methods pp. 97-176
Authors / Editors: (Juan Pablo Nieto Gonzalez, Luis Eduardo Garza Castanon, Monterrey Institute of Technology, Mexico)

Chapter 4 - Methodologies for Noise and Gross Error Detection using Univariate Signal-Based Approaches in Industrial Application pp. 177-223
Authors / Editors: (Paolo Mercorelli, University of Applied Sciences Wolfsburg, Faculty of Automotive Engineering, Germany)

Chapter 5 - Generation of Fault Detecting Tests from Formal Specifications by Model Checking pp. 225-252
Authors / Editors: (Andrea Calvagna, Angelo Gargantini, Universita di Catania, Italy, and others)

Chapter 6 - Vibration Measurements and Analysis for Mechanical Fault Detection in Production Line pp. 253-295
Authors / Editors: (Cristina Cristalli, Enrico Concettoni, Barbara Torcianti, Loccioni Group, Italy)

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      Engineering Tools, Techniques and Tables
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 302.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61728-291-1
   Status: AV
  
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