Parameters Optimisation in the Vibration-based Machine Learning Model for Accurate and Reliable Faults Diagnosis in Rotating Machines

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Abstract

Artificial intelligence (AI)-based machine learning (ML) models seem to be the future for most of the applications. Recent research effort has also been made on the application of these AI and ML methods in the vibration-based faults diagnosis (VFD) in rotating machines. Several research studies have been published over the last decade on this topic. However, most of the studies are data driven, and the vibration-based ML (VML) model is generally developed on a typical machine. The developed VML model may not predict faults accurately if applied on other identical machines or a machine with different operation conditions or both. Therefore, the current research is on the development of a VML model by optimising the vibration parameters based on the dynamics of the machine. The developed model is then blindly tested at different machine operation conditions to show the robustness and reliability of the proposed VML model.
Original languageEnglish
JournalMachines
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Publication statusPublished - 23 Oct 2020

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