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An Approach to Model-based Fault Detection in Industrial Measurement Systems with Application to Engine Test Benches.

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<mark>Journal publication date</mark>07/2006
<mark>Journal</mark>Measurement Science and Technology
Issue number7
Number of pages10
Pages (from-to)1809-1818
Publication StatusPublished
<mark>Original language</mark>English


An approach to fault detection (FD) in industrial measurement systems is proposed in this paper which includes an identification strategy for early detection of the appearance of a fault. This approach is model based, i.e. nominal models are used which represent the fault-free state of the on-line measured process. This approach is also suitable for off-line FD. The framework that combines FD with isolation and correction (FDIC) is outlined in this paper. The proposed approach is characterized by automatic threshold determination, ability to analyse local properties of the models, and aggregation of different fault detection statements. The nominal models are built using data-driven and hybrid approaches, combining first principle models with on-line data-driven techniques. At the same time the models are transparent and interpretable. This novel approach is then verified on a number of real and simulated data sets of car engine test benches (both gasoline—Alfa Romeo JTS, and diesel—Caterpillar). It is demonstrated that the approach can work effectively in real industrial measurement systems with data of large dimensions in both on-line and off-line modes.