Fusing competing prediction algorithms for prognostics

  title={Fusing competing prediction algorithms for prognostics},
  author={Kai Goebel and N. Eklund and Pierino Bonanni},
  journal={2006 IEEE Aerospace Conference},
  pages={10 pp.-}
Two fundamentally different approaches can be employed to estimate remaining life in faulted components. One is to model from first principles the physics of fault initiation and propagation. Such a model must include detailed knowledge of material properties, thermodynamic and mechanical response to loading, and the mechanisms for damage creation and growth. Alternatively, an empirical model of condition-based fault propagation rate can be developed using data from experiments in which the… CONTINUE READING
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