Machine prognostics based on health state estimation using SVM
Kim, Hack-Eun, Tan, Andy, Mathew, Joseph, Kim, Eric, & Choi, B.K. (2012) Machine prognostics based on health state estimation using SVM. In Amadi-Echendu, Joe, Brown, Kerry A., Willett, Roger, & Mathew, Joseph (Eds.) Asset condition, information systems and decision models [Engineering Asset Management Review, Volume 2]. Springer, United Kingdom, pp. 169-186.
The ability to accurately predict the remaining useful life of machine components is critical for machine continuous operation, and can also improve productivity and enhance system safety. In condition-based maintenance (CBM), maintenance is performed based on information collected through condition monitoring and an assessment of the machine health. Effective diagnostics and prognostics are important aspects of CBM for maintenance engineers to schedule a repair and to acquire replacement components before the components actually fail. All machine components are subjected to degradation processes in real environments and they have certain failure characteristics which can be related to the operating conditions. This paper describes a technique for accurate assessment of the remnant life of machines based on health state probability estimation and involving historical knowledge embedded in the closed loop diagnostics and prognostics systems. The technique uses a Support Vector Machine (SVM) classifier as a tool for estimating health state probability of machine degradation, which can affect the accuracy of prediction. To validate the feasibility of the proposed model, real life historical data from bearings of High Pressure Liquefied Natural Gas (HP-LNG) pumps were analysed and used to obtain the optimal prediction of remaining useful life. The results obtained were very encouraging and showed that the proposed prognostic system based on health state probability estimation has the potential to be used as an estimation tool for remnant life prediction in industrial machinery.
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