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Simplified Machine Diagnosis Techniques Using ARMA Model of Absolute Deterioration Factor with Weight

Takeyasu, Kazuhiro    (Osaka Prefecture University   ); Ishii, Yasuo    (Osaka International University  );
  • 초록

    In mass production industries such as steel making that have large equipment, sudden stops of production process due to machine failure can cause severe problems. To prevent such situations, machine diagnosis techniques play important roles. Many methods have been developed focusing on this subject. In this paper, we propose a method for the early detection of the failure on rotating machine, which is the most common theme in the machine failure detection field. A simplified method of calculating autocorrelation function is introduced and is utilized for ARMA model identification. Furthermore, an absolute deterioration factor such as Bicoherence is introduced. Machine diagnosis can be executed by this simplified calculation method of system parameter distance with weight. Proposed method proved to be a practical index for machine diagnosis by numerical examples.


  • 주제어

    ARMA Model .   Autocorrelation Function .   Cumulants .   Absolute Deterioration Factor with Weight.  

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