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Machine heath monitoring for cyber-physical systems

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dc.contributor Ph.D. Program in Electrical and Electronic Engineering.
dc.contributor.advisor Acar, Burak. Aydemir, Gürkan. 2023-03-16T10:25:40Z 2023-03-16T10:25:40Z 2020.
dc.identifier.other EE 2020 A84 PhD
dc.description.abstract Estimating the failure time of the machinery that are used in the production is crucial to achieve an e cient maintenance in Industry 4:0 era. Remaining useful life (RUL) is the term that refers to the length of time in terms of the raw time intervals or usage that a machine will continue to operate before it requires a repair or replacement. Machine learning (ML), especially deep learning, provides industry practitioners with e cient tools for estimating the RUL. However, ML is far from being fully utilized, since domain knowledge is generally ignored in current studies. This thesis focuses on three main domain speci c problems in machine condition monitoring to improve the performance of ML based RUL estimation. First, RUL is ill-de ned during the healthy operation period of the machinery, hence enforcing ML with respect to a ctitious true RUL during these periods adversely a ects the overall RUL estimation accuracy. In this thesis, a system level anomaly detection triggered RUL estimation method is proposed to detect degradation onset point in sensor data to prevent ML models to estimate RUL in this period, and hence to increase the accuracy. Secondly, the operating conditions of the machines a ect their degradation pattern and related sensor measurements. Thus, the accuracy of ML based RUL estimation models decreases when the machinery operate in varying conditions. A siamese neural network based operating conditioninvariant feature extraction method is introduced to alleviate this problem. These two approaches are veri ed using a benchmark turbofan engine degradation data. Lastly, most of the ML models su er from lack of data in RUL estimation. If the data are high dimensional such as image, pro le, etc., the problem becomes more challenging. Two deep learning architectures are proposed to resolve curse of dimensionality in case of degradation data scarcity. E ciency of the proposed models is demonstrated with an infrared image data.
dc.format.extent 30 cm.
dc.publisher Thesis (Ph.D.) - Bogazici University. Institute for Graduate Studies in Science and Engineering, 2020.
dc.subject.lcsh Service life (Engineering)
dc.subject.lcsh Machine learning.
dc.subject.lcsh System failures (Engineering) -- Prevention -- Data processing.
dc.title Machine heath monitoring for cyber-physical systems
dc.format.pages xviii, 113 leaves ;

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