Peter Wai-Tat Tse

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Many advanced techniques have been developed for diagnosis of machine faults caused by vibration. They are effective if the inspected vibration is well isolated from interference caused by vibrations from adjacent components. However, the components of manufacturing machines are numerous, small, and packed closely together. Thus the signal collected by a(More)
Vibration-based analysis is an important technique in machine fault diagnosis. In complex machines, the vibration generated by a component is easily affected by the vibration of other components or is corrupted by noise from other sources. Hence, the fault-related vibration must be recovered from among those sources for accurate diagnosis. In this paper, a(More)
Many advanced techniques have been developed for vibration-based machine fault diagnosis. One of the prerequisites to use vibration for fault diagnosis is the vibration signal measured from a machine component must be well isolated from other vibrations that are generated by adjacent components. Many machines have numerous and small components that are(More)
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