Advanced Information Processing in Automatic Control (AIPAC by R. Husson

By R. Husson

Details Processing is a key zone of analysis and improvement and the symposium awarded state of the art experiences on many of the components that are of relevance in automated keep watch over: fault analysis and procedure reliability. Papers additionally coated the position of specialist platforms and different wisdom dependent platforms, that are wanted, to deal with the mammoth amounts of knowledge generated by means of huge scale structures. This quantity may be thought of crucial analyzing for someone fascinated by this quickly constructing zone

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Experimental case studies with a d . c . motor, centrifugal pump , a tubular heat exchanger and a grinding machine show how process f a u l t s can be detected and l o c a l i z e d . LITERATURE Fink, P . K . , Lusth, J . C . W. (1985). A general expert system design f o r diagnostic problem s o l v i n g . IEEE transactions, V o l . PAMI-7, No. 5, 553-559. Fink, P . K . C. (1987). Expert systems and diagnostic e x p e r t i s e in the mechanical and e l e c t r i cal domains. IEEE Trans, on S y s t .

E; I SYMPTOMS FILES' •FAULT T R B E S l • F A U T STAT. K = •PROC. HIST. Fig. »·< I MONITORPROGRAM: • CONTROL • REPRES. • EXPLAN • CHANGES DISPLAY Change of process coefficients for reduction of the cooling a i r flow (A (lambda) is the test quantity of a Bayes decision test) II. ·! L. OPERATOR INTERFACE Fig. 6. 40 <0 ' 90 100 ' 1$0 '|-*| EXPERIMENT P3 Scheme of the CAFD main program 100 ' 1*0 Fig. KNOTS 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 LEFT SON 2 3 RTGIÏT BROTHER - 6 4 5 - 9 8 Representation of tree structures Fig.

D e t a i l s see the c i t e d references. For more A s e l e c t i o n of experiments w i l l in more d e t a i l . motor-centrifugal pump The investigated c e n t r i f u g a l pump with a water c i r culation i s driven by a speed c o n t r o l l e d d i r e c t current motor, see F i g . 8. A d e t a i l e d description of t h i s engine is given in Isermann (1984) and G e i ger (1985). c. motor. F i g . 9 A stepwise reduction (25%, 50%t 15% 100%) of the a i r flow ( e . g . due to plugging by d i r t ) leads to a temperature change of the whole motor and therefore to an increase of the resistance in the armature c i r c u i t and e x c i t a t i o n c i r c u i t .

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