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An advanced maintenance system for polygeneration applications

  • Eduardo Gilabert
  • Eneko Gorritxategi
  • Egoitz Conde
  • Alvaro Garcia
  • Olatz Areitioaurtena
  • Amaya Igartua
Conference paper

Abstract

This paper presents an advanced maintenance procedure and a maintenance management model for polygeneration applications, which is part of the HEGEL project. A Proper maintenance strategy has been designed, identifying the critical component based on RCM methods, and afterwards selecting the best on-line condition monitoring indicators. The maintenance model is distributed among a local module, dealing with monitoring and user feedback information, an a centralized platform for management nicknamed TESSnet, a system that can be identified as a predictive maintenance management system (PMMS) which performs condition monitoring (CM), diagnosis, prognosis and decision support, based on both condition and reliability data and taking into account a best energy efficiency. The application has been developed according to condition based maintenance (CBM) strategy and following the structure proposed by OSA-CBM architecture (the standardization of CBM in order to facilitate the integration and interoperability between CBM components). Moreover, this platform interacts with a set of web services that range from simple CM protocols to complex diagnosis protocols for certain applications based on Decision Network algorithms.

Keywords

Bayesian Network Condition Monitoring Preventive Maintenance Maintenance Strategy Remain Useful Life 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Eduardo Gilabert
    • 1
  • Eneko Gorritxategi
    • 1
  • Egoitz Conde
    • 1
  • Alvaro Garcia
    • 1
  • Olatz Areitioaurtena
    • 1
  • Amaya Igartua
    • 1
  1. 1.Fundación TeknikerEibarSpain

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