Solving the ADAPT Benchmark Problem - A Student Project Study

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Erik Almqvist Daniel Eriksson Andreas Lundberg Emil Nilsson Niklas Wahlstro ̈m Erik Frisk Mattias Krysander

Abstract

This paper describes a solution to the Advanced Diagnosis and Prognostics testbed (ADAPT) diagnosis benchmark problem. One main objective was to study and discuss how engineering students, with no diagnosis research background, would solve a challenging diagnosis problem. The study was performed within the framework of a final year project course for control engineering students. A main contribution of the work is the discussion on the development process used by the students.

The solution is based on physical models of components and includes common techniques from control theory, like observers and parameter estimators, together with established algorithms for consistency based fault isolation. The system is fully implemented in C++ and evaluated, using the DXC software platform, with good diagnosis performance.

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Almqvist, E. ., Eriksson, D., Lundberg, A. ., Nilsson, E. ., Wahlstro ̈m N. ., Frisk, E., & Krysander, M. (2010). Solving the ADAPT Benchmark Problem - A Student Project Study. Annual Conference of the PHM Society, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.36001/phmconf.2010.v2i1.1922
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Keywords

diagnosis, residual generation, fault isolation, adapt benchmark

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