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Gas turbine condition monitoring & fault diagnosis 
January 13-17, 2003; C.H. Sieverding & K. Mathioudakis
Table of contents
  • VOLPONI, A.J. - Pratt & Whitney, USA
    Foundations of gas path analysis I
    Foundations of gas path analysis II
    Basic fault model and measurement error handling
    Extending gas path analysis coverage for other fault conditions
  • DOEL, D.L. - GE Aircraft Engines, USA
    A weighted-least-squares gas path analysis method for test cell or on-wing data
    Development of baselines, influence coefficients and statistical inputs for gas path analysis
    Sample analyses including interpretation of residual error
    Interpretation of weighted least squares results with general rules of thumb
  • PROVOST, M.J. – Rolls-Royce plc, United Kingdom
    Observability analysis for successful diagnosis of gas turbine faults
    Kalman filtering applied to gas turbine analysis
    Kalman filtering applied to time series analysis
  • GRODENT, M.1 & NAVEZ, A.2 - 1Global Design Technology & 2Techspace Aero, Belgium
    A robust parameter identification approach for engine health monitoring and diagnosis
  • MATHIOUDAKIS, K. – National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Non linear methods for gas turbine fault diagnostics
    Neural networks in gas turbine fault diagnostics
  • MATHIOUDAKIS, K.; ROMESSIS, C.; STAMATIS, A. – National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    Probabilistic methods for gas turbine fault diagnostics
  • SINGH, R. - Cranfield University, United Kingdom
    Fault diagnostics using genetic algorithm for advanced cycle gas turbine
    Managing gas turbine availability, performance and life usage via advanced diagnostics
  • KREINER, A. & LIETZAU, K. - MTU Aero Engines, Germany
    The use of onboard real-time models for jet engine control
  • RING, D. - Volvo Aero Corporation AB, Sweden
    Control interaction with diagnostics and fault tolerant control

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