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Implementation of the majority method for engine speed diagnostics of the turbojet engine MPM-20

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5 Author(s)
L. Madarász ; Technical University of Košice, Department of Cybernetics and Artificial intelligence, Košice, Slovakia ; R. Andoga ; L. Főző ; T. Karol
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The paper deals with modeling and diagnostics of complex systems. In the area of modeling, the authors describe dynamic models of dependence of speed upon fuel flow supply of a small turbojet engine MPM-20. The first model is done with use of neural networks and the second is a linear model. Both models are then methodologically incorporated into the diagnostic and backup system of the optical sensor measuring the speed of the engine.

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2011 15th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Engineering Systems

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23-25 June 2011