Robust vibration-based faults diagnosis machine learning model for rotating machines to enhance plant reliability

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Abstract

Plant availability and reliability can be improved through a robust condition monitoring and fault diagnosis model to predict the current status (healthy or faulty) of any machines and critical assets. The model can then predict the exact fault for the faulty asset so that remedial maintenance can be carried out in a planned plant outage. Nowadays, the artificial intelligence (AI)-based machine learning (ML) model seems to be current trend to meet these requirements. Hence, the paper is also proposing such vibration-based faults diagnosis ML model through an experimental rotating rig. Here, the 2-Steps approach is used with the ML model to easy the industrial operation and maintenance process. The Step-1 provides the information about the asset health status such as healthy or faulty. The Step-2 then identifies the exact nature of fault to aid the decision making for the fault rectification and maintenance activities to avoid the risk of failure and enhance the reliability.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-8
Number of pages8
JournalMaintenance, reliability and condition monitoring.
Volume1
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2021

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