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Fault detection methods have become an important tool in the prevention of safety and reliability issues for industrial rotating machines. Faults in these machines often develop progressively and are not easily observed under operating conditions until severe damage has occurred and further...
Adaptive approaches for model-based fault detection, diagnosis and control are the focus of this research. Both analytical and data-driven model-based techniques are studied along with the investigation of their practical applications. This thesis is organized in two parts. In Part I, adaptive...
Electrical machine condition monitoring plays an important role in modern industries. Instead of allowing the machines to run until failure, it is preferred to gather more information about the machine condition before the machine is shut down, so that the machine downtime can be reduced due to...
This thesis develops fault detection characterization, design, and reliability analysis within a real-time, multilayered fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) framework proposed according to fault tolerant control systems (FTCS). With the development of sophisticated control and monitoring systems,...
In this research, state and imbalance fault estimation of a simple rotor-bearing system using Kalman filtering techniques has been investigated. The motion of a simple rotor- bearing system can be described by a set of coupled partial differential equations (PDEs); approximative equations of the...
This thesis develops an online parameter and state estimation scheme for a linear parameter varying (LPV) system that utilizes an iterative moving window technique. In the proposed scheme, an online algorithm, based on the input/output measurement, is implemented to approximate the real system...
A wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of spatially distributed sensor nodes which are deployed to monitor some process of interest. Although WSNs are very promising, the distributed nature, attributes of wireless networks, and availability of limited resources in WSNs introduce significant...