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ALADDIN: Event Recognition & Fault Diagnosis for Process & Machine Condition Monitoring

  • Davide Roverso
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Part of the Power Systems book series (POWSYS)

Abstract

Many industrial processes are characterized by long periods of steady-state operation, intercalated by occasional shorter periods of a more dynamic nature in correspondence of either normal events, such as minor disturbances, planned interruptions or transitions to different operation states, or abnormal events, such as major disturbances, actuator failures, instrumentation failures, etc. This second class of events represents a challenge, and possibly a threat, to the smooth, safe, and economical operation of the monitored process. The prompt detection and recognition of such an event is of the essence for the performance of the most effective and informed response to the challenge.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Davide Roverso
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  1. 1.Institutt for energiteknikkOECD Halden Reactor ProjectHaldenNorway

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