FEASIBILITY TEST OF FAULT DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM.

E. O'Shima, Yoshifumi Tsuge, J. Shiozaki, H. Matsuyama, T. Iguchi, M. Fuchigami, M. Matsushita

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A feasibility study on the automated fault diagnosis system based on the signed diagraph was performed with the use of a practical pilot plant. The pilot plant was composed of two reactors and the peripheral equipment where 14 different state variables, such as flow rates and temperatures, were monitored and another 8 state variables, chiefly pressures, were measurable as off-line information. The diagnosis was carried out with the pattern of abnormality appearing in the on-line and off-line information of the state variables. The program was implemented on a microcomputer of an ordinary size.

Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Publication statusPublished - 1984
Externally publishedYes

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Pilot plants
Failure analysis
Microcomputers
Flow rate
Temperature

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O'Shima, E., Tsuge, Y., Shiozaki, J., Matsuyama, H., Iguchi, T., Fuchigami, M., & Matsushita, M. (1984). FEASIBILITY TEST OF FAULT DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM. Annual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers.

FEASIBILITY TEST OF FAULT DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM. / O'Shima, E.; Tsuge, Yoshifumi; Shiozaki, J.; Matsuyama, H.; Iguchi, T.; Fuchigami, M.; Matsushita, M.

In: Annual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers, 1984.

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O'Shima, E, Tsuge, Y, Shiozaki, J, Matsuyama, H, Iguchi, T, Fuchigami, M & Matsushita, M 1984, 'FEASIBILITY TEST OF FAULT DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM.', Annual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers.
O'Shima, E. ; Tsuge, Yoshifumi ; Shiozaki, J. ; Matsuyama, H. ; Iguchi, T. ; Fuchigami, M. ; Matsushita, M. / FEASIBILITY TEST OF FAULT DIAGNOSIS ALGORITHM. In: Annual Meeting - American Institute of Chemical Engineers. 1984.
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