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Fault diagnosis of Tennessee Eastman process using signal geometry matching technique

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Author(s): Li Han | Xiao De-yun

Journal: EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing
ISSN 1687-6172

Volume: 2011;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 83;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: fault diagnosis | pattern matching | adaptive rank-order morphological filtering | Tennessee Eastman process

ABSTRACT
Abstract This article employs adaptive rank-order morphological filter to develop a pattern classification algorithm for fault diagnosis in benchmark chemical process: Tennessee Eastman process. Rank-order filtering possesses desirable properties of dealing with nonlinearities and preserving details in complex processes. Based on these benefits, the proposed algorithm achieves pattern matching through adopting one-dimensional adaptive rank-order morphological filter to process unrecognized signals under supervision of different standard signal patterns. The matching degree is characterized by the evaluation of error between standard signal and filter output signal. Initial parameter settings of the algorithm are subject to random choices and further tuned adaptively to make output approach standard signal as closely as possible. Data fusion technique is also utilized to combine diagnostic results from multiple sources. Different fault types in Tennessee Eastman process are studied to manifest the effectiveness and advantages of the proposed method. The results show that compared with many typical multivariate statistics based methods, the proposed algorithm performs better on the deterministic faults diagnosis.
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