Health Monitoring Framework for Aircraft Engine System using Deep Neural Network
A real-time monitoring framework is developed to detect operational anomalies in aircraft engine performance. A historical flight dataset recorded from commercial aircraft is utilized to perform the proposed method. Sampling frequency synchronization and denoise are performed on the flight dataset using signal processing techniques. A robust detection algorithm using the deep neural network is developed to capture flight performance anomalies that show significant off-nominal behavior in engine related and flight dynamic features. The accuracy and efficiency of the proposed monitoring method are validated through a demonstration of anomaly detection in the aircraft engine system associated with dynamic flight behavior.
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Aircraft health monitoring, Anomaly detection, Deep neural network, Signal processing
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