Fault Prognosis for Discrete Manufacturing Processes

  title={Fault Prognosis for Discrete Manufacturing Processes},
  author={Thi-Bich-Lien Nguyen and Mohand Arab Djeziri and Bouchra Ananou and Mustapha Ouladsine and Jacques Pinaton},
  journal={IFAC Proceedings Volumes},
Abstract This paper deals with a fault prognosis method, based on the extraction of a health indicator (HI) from a large amount of raw sensors data, applied to Discrete Manufacturing Processes (DMP). The HI is extracted by locating the significant points of machine which are related to the degradation. The dynamics of HI is then analysed and modelled using an appropriate stochastic process. The adaptive aspect of the prediction model allows the updating of the Remaining Usesul Life (RUL… Expand

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