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Data-based On-line Diagnosis Using Multivariate Statistical Techniques
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 Title & Authors
Data-based On-line Diagnosis Using Multivariate Statistical Techniques
Cho, Hyun-Woo;
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 Abstract
For a good product quality and plant safety, it is necessary to implement the on-line monitoring and diagnosis schemes of industrial processes. Combined with monitoring systems, reliable diagnosis schemes seek to find assignable causes of the process variables responsible for faults or special events in processes. This study deals with the real-time diagnosis of complicated industrial processes from the intelligent use of multivariate statistical techniques. The presented diagnosis scheme consists of a classification-based diagnosis using nonlinear representation and filtering of process data. A case study based on the simulation data was conducted, and the diagnosis results were obtained using different diagnosis schemes. In addition, the choice of future estimation methods was evaluated. The results showed that the performance of the presented scheme outperformed the other schemes.
 Keywords
Diagnosis;Estimation;Filtering;Multivariate Statistical Methods;Process Data;
 Language
English
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