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Final report of incipient fault detection study for advanced spacecraft systems

Final report of incipient fault detection study for advanced spacecraft systems

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    SeriesNASA-CR -- 172014., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172014.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
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    Open LibraryOL15286636M

    @article{osti_, title = {Early Detection of Plant Equipment Failures: A Case Study in Just-in-Time Maintenance}, author = {Parlos, Alexander G and Kim, Kyusung and Bharadwaj, Raj M}, abstractNote = {The development and testing of a model-based fault detection system for electric motors is briefly presented. The fault detection system was developed using only . @article{osti_, title = {Early detection of incipient faults in power plants using accelerated neural network learning}, author = {Parlos, A.G. and Jayakumar, M. and Atiya, A.}, abstractNote = {An important aspect of power plant automation is the development of computer systems able to detect and isolate incipient (slowly developing) faults at the earliest possible .

    For electronics, most outcomes are binary (e.g., pass/fail) that can be used for detection of incipient faults and prediction of failure (Kalgren et al. ). Of particular concern is that real systems often have inconsistent fault messages, making automated fault diagnostics ineffective (Wu and Hsieh ). In the late s, “Cannot. Location of faults, incipient faults, and other events on distribution systems is a primary objective. PSAL’s prior experience in the detection of very low current events, phase identification, load analysis, and broad bandwidth, spectral analysis of distribution electrical signals will be used to address the fault location problem.

    Industrial Processes Automation 3 •Fault diagnosis: •Fault detection: Detect malfunctions in real time, as soon and as surely as possible •Fault isolation: Find the root cause, by isolating the system component(s) whose operation mode is not nominal •Fault identification: to estimate the size and type or nature of the fault. •Fault Tolerance.   Incipient Fault Detection Using IEDs and Real-Time Substation Analytics Mirrasoul J. Mousavi, ABB Inc. Tuesday Panel Session 1PM-3PM. IEEE PES General Meeting. National Harbor, MD, July , 1.


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Get this from a library. Final report of incipient fault detection study for advanced spacecraft systems. [United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;].

FINAL REPORT OF INCIPIENT FAULT DETECTION STUDY FOR ADVANCED SPACECRAFT SYSTEMS Submitted to: National Aeronautics and Space Administration Johnson Space Center Houston, Texas Novem Submitted by: G. Martin Milner Principal Scientist Michael C.

Black Engineer Scientist IV J./VlJke Hovenga Engineer Scientist IV Dr. Paul F. Download Citation | Incipient fault detection system study: executive summary.

Final report | Notes: Report covers the period March - Sept Urban Mass Transportation Administration. Notes: Report covers the period March - Sept FINAL REPORT c 1 1 I Advanced Power System Protection and Incipient Fault Detection NASA - LBJ Space Center NAG and Protection of Spaceborne Power Systems NASA - JSC Prepared by: Dr.

Don Russell, Dkector Power System Automation Laboratory Department of Electrical Engineering Texas A&M University College Station, TX It was designed to enhance and automate spacecraft power distribution systems in the areas of safety, reliability and maintenance.

The proposed power management/distribution system is described as well as security assessment and control, incipient and low current fault detection, and the proposed spaceborne protection system. The current paper proposed an improved fault detection method using the PCA-R-SVDD algorithm for incipient centrifugal chiller faults.

The RP experimental data was used to validate this method. The fault detection performance of this method was also compared with three traditional methods: PCA, SVDD and PCA-PC-SVDD. A fault-detection method is proposed in this article to detect system-level incipient faults in HVAC&R systems.

This method adopts performance indexes to indicate the health statuses of subsystems of HVAC systems. The support vector regression algorithm is used to develop the reference performance index models. Incipient Fault Detection and Identification in Process Systems Using Accelerated Neural Network Learning Alexander G.

Parlos Texas A&M University, Department of Nuclear Engineering, College Station, TexasJayakumar Muthusami Texas A&M University, Department of Nuclear Engineering, College Station, Texas & Amir F.

Atiya Texas A&M. Abstract: By dealing with the crowding problem caused by incipient faults, this brief will develop a new fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) scheme called probability-relevant principal component analysis from the probability view point.

The proposed methodology cooperates with Kullback-Leibler divergence from the information field and Bayesian inference. An incipient fault tends to be buried by either the process trend or the measurement noise. Fault–trend ratio (FTR) and fault–noise ratio (FNR) are two main factors that impact the detection performance.

An incipient fault detection approach is proposed in this paper based on the detrending and denoising techniques. Fault detection, isolation, and recovery (FDIR) 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. Incipient fault detection system study: Technical report [Ribbens, William B] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Incipient fault detection system study: Technical reportAuthor: William B Ribbens.

S-transform based support vector regression for detection of incipient faults and voltage disturbances in power distribution networks. In Proceedings of the 11th WSEAS international conference on mathematical methods, computational techniques and intelligent systems.

Early detection of incipient faults is of particular importance because insulation defects caused by incipient faults may lead to permanent faults in underground distribution networks.

This paper presents a novel approach using S-transform and support vector regression to predict the occurrence of incipient faults in underground cable networks. This paper proposes a fault detection methodology for incipient faults that combines different residual generation methods (observers and l-step ahead predictors) with different convergence velocity to the real output trying to benefit from the advantages offered by each one.

The integration is based on generating a timed automaton, which combines the information. Incipient Fault Detection in Mechanical Power Transmission Systems† Saurabh Bhatnagar Venkatesh Rajagopalan Asok Ray [email protected] [email protected] [email protected] The Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA Abstract—This paper presents a novel method for anomaly detection in a helical gear box, where the objective is to predict.

aiming to increase the robustness of space systems. The elements of a fault protec-tion system which detect and (possibly) isolate faults constitute the diagnoser. Traditionally, fault diagnosis onboard spacecraft has relied on rule based tech-niques.

Most of the fault monitors utilized rely on simple mappings from observed. Abstract. Incipient fault detection is an important technical issue for hypersonic scramjet vehicle safety. To extract faulty residual from signals that affected by system uncertainty, disturbance, and noise at the same time, a hybrid fault detection scheme is proposed, in which model transformation, wavelet de-noising, as well as online KPCA methods are adopted.

Transient faults in computer systems: final report. [Gerald M Masson; United States. based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be.

The book presents the fundamental properties of dielectrics essential for the optimum design of power systems. It provides a survey of advanced digital and .detect and diagnose incipient soft faults during their incipient stage for various building systems, such as chillers and Air Handling Units (AHUs).

Fault Detection and Diagnosis (FDD) methods in the literature can be broadly classified into three categories: (i) model-based, (ii) signal-based, and (iii) data-driven [30], [36]. Detection and diagnosis of faults at the incipient stage allows corrective actions to be adopted so as to curb the severity of faults.

However, FDI of incipient faults has proved to be elusive to traditional methods of fault diagnosis. With recent developments in statistical machine learning, new methods are proposed that can be used for FDI.