Equipment Vibration Condition Monitoring Technology Based on Spectrum Image Deep Learning Models
We created a system that predicts failures in advance by analyzing the equipment spectrum for rotating equipment operated by Hyundai and Kia Motors. In the case of spectrum analysis through existing equipment rotation speed order tracking, if the equipment rotation speed or specifications change, it is often useless. To this end, we extracted and trained equipment spectrum images in various ways, and made it possible to know what kind of failure there is when a new spectrum is received. For easy use, (1) facility maintenance history management system (2) spectrum image collection program (3) spectrum image learning program (4) spectrum automatic analysis (5) analysis result UI and mailing service were developed separately.
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Condition Monitoring; Sensors, Signal Analysis, Failure Analysis; From PHM and CBM considerations to Maintenance; Predictive Maintenance
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