FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS.

Yoshifumi Tsuge, Junichi Shiozaki, Hisayoshi Matsuyama, Eiji O'Shima, Yuji Iguchi, Masakatsu Fuchigami, Motohiko Matsushita

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Abstract

The applicability of the method of fault diagnosis using signed, directed graphs was investigated experimentally for a pilot plant with two reactors, in which an exothermic, gas-liquid reaction took place on a solid catalyst. Eleven origins of failures were considered. The technique is shown to be capable of diagnosing the origins of failures with great accuracy and speed, provided the sensors are located correctly.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)660-667
Number of pages8
JournalInternational chemical engineering
Volume25
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - Oct 1985

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Chemical plants
Directed graphs
Pilot plants
Failure analysis
Catalysts
Sensors
Liquids
Gases

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Tsuge, Y., Shiozaki, J., Matsuyama, H., O'Shima, E., Iguchi, Y., Fuchigami, M., & Matsushita, M. (1985). FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS. International chemical engineering, 25(4), 660-667.

FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS. / Tsuge, Yoshifumi; Shiozaki, Junichi; Matsuyama, Hisayoshi; O'Shima, Eiji; Iguchi, Yuji; Fuchigami, Masakatsu; Matsushita, Motohiko.

In: International chemical engineering, Vol. 25, No. 4, 10.1985, p. 660-667.

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Tsuge, Y, Shiozaki, J, Matsuyama, H, O'Shima, E, Iguchi, Y, Fuchigami, M & Matsushita, M 1985, 'FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS.', International chemical engineering, vol. 25, no. 4, pp. 660-667.
Tsuge Y, Shiozaki J, Matsuyama H, O'Shima E, Iguchi Y, Fuchigami M et al. FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS. International chemical engineering. 1985 Oct;25(4):660-667.
Tsuge, Yoshifumi ; Shiozaki, Junichi ; Matsuyama, Hisayoshi ; O'Shima, Eiji ; Iguchi, Yuji ; Fuchigami, Masakatsu ; Matsushita, Motohiko. / FEASIBILITY STUDY OF A FAULT-DIAGNOSIS SYSTEM FOR CHEMICAL PLANTS. In: International chemical engineering. 1985 ; Vol. 25, No. 4. pp. 660-667.
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