A multivariate statistical approach to the implementation of a health monitoring system of mechanical power drives

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Alberto Bellazzi Giovanni Jacazio Bruno Maino Gueorgui Mihaylov Franco Pellerey

Abstract

The implementation in service of accelerometric health monitoring systems of mechanical power drives has shown that a considerable number of false failure alarms is generated. The paper presents a combined application of several multivariate statistical techniques and shows how a monitoring method which integrates these tools can be successfully exploited in order to improve the reliability of the diagnostic systems.

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Bellazzi, A., Jacazio, G., Maino, B., Mihaylov, G., & Pellerey, F. (2014). A multivariate statistical approach to the implementation of a health monitoring system of mechanical power drives. PHM Society European Conference, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.36001/phme.2014.v2i1.1452
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Keywords

helicopters, multivariate statistical analysis, mechanical power drives

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