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Advanced condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of turbo-alternators using an embedded expert system

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5 Author(s)
McDonald, J.R. ; Centre for Electr. Power Eng., Strathclyde Univ., Glasgow, UK ; Stewart, R.W. ; Gemmell, B.D. ; Georgin, E.J.M.
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The authors discuss a monitoring and diagnostic embedded expert system (MODEES) which forms part of a more general condition monitoring and fault diagnosis system (COMFAD). This is a rule based system with the ability to categorise power plant performance and recognise impending failure or dangerous trending, and the need for preventative maintenance or remedial action. COMFAD/MODEES is targeted at operator personnel who must decide within a short period if the power plant is fit for continued or prolonged service, and if not make a thoroughly reasoned `guess' at what faults have occurred and how they can be remedied

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Advanced Condition Monitoring Systems for Power Generation, IEE Colloquium on

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17 Oct 1991