Fault Detection and Diagnosis in Industrial Systems by Leo H. Chiang MS, Evan L. Russell PhD, Richard D. Braatz PhD

By Leo H. Chiang MS, Evan L. Russell PhD, Richard D. Braatz PhD (auth.)

Early and exact fault detection and prognosis for contemporary chemical crops can minimise downtime, bring up the protection of plant operations, and decrease production charges. the method tracking innovations which were top-rated in perform are in accordance with versions built nearly completely from technique data.
The objective of the ebook is to offer the theoretical historical past and functional ideas for data-driven method tracking. strategy tracking concepts offered comprise: Data-driven tools - crucial part research, Fisher discriminant research, partial least squares and canonical variate research; Analytical equipment - parameter estimation, observer-based tools and parity family members; Knowledge-based equipment - causal research, specialist platforms and development recognition.
The textual content demonstrates the appliance of all the data-driven approach tracking strategies to the Tennessee Eastman plant simulator - demonstrating the strengths and weaknesses of every procedure intimately. This aids the reader in choosing the right procedure for his technique software. Plant simulator and homework difficulties within which scholars observe the method tracking thoughts to a non-trivial simulated approach, and will examine their functionality with that received within the case stories within the textual content are incorporated. a few extra homework difficulties inspire the reader to enforce and acquire a deeper knowing of the ideas. The reader will receive a heritage in data-driven options for fault detection and prognosis, together with the facility to enforce the concepts and to grasp tips to choose the precise approach for a selected application.

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4) and the projection of T back into the m-dimensional observation space, T X=TP. 5) The difference between X and X is the residual matrix E: E=X-X. 6) The residual matrix captures the variations in the observation space spanned by the loading vectors associated with the m - a smallest singular values. The subspaces spanned by X and E are called the score space and residual space, respectively. The subspace contained in the matrix E has a small signal-to-noise ratio, and the removal of this space from X can produce a more accurate representation of the process, X.

11) where Fa (m, n - m) is the upper 100a% critical point of the F -distribution with m and n - m degrees of freedom [209). 5 Thresholds for the T2 Statistic 23 T2 Statistical Confidence Region ' - - - - + - - -__ X I I I~ I Univariate Statistical Confidence Region Fig. 5. 10), and the two limits approach each other as the amount of data increases (n -+ 00) [308] . 6) is used, the outliers in the training set can be detected using the threshold given by T2 _ (n -1)2(mj(n - m -1))F,,{m,n - m - 1) ,,- n(1 + (mj{n - m - I))F,,(m, n - m - 1) .

As the degree of correlation between the process variables increases, the elliptical confidence region becomes more elongated and the amount of conservatism eliminated by using the T2 statistic increases. 11) where Fa (m, n - m) is the upper 100a% critical point of the F -distribution with m and n - m degrees of freedom [209). 5 Thresholds for the T2 Statistic 23 T2 Statistical Confidence Region ' - - - - + - - -__ X I I I~ I Univariate Statistical Confidence Region Fig. 5. 10), and the two limits approach each other as the amount of data increases (n -+ 00) [308] .

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