Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis Techniques for Complex Engineering Systems gives a systematically and almost self-contained description of the many facets of envisaging, designing, implementing or experimentally exploring emerging trends in fault diagnosis and failure prognosis in mechanical, electrical, hydraulic and biomedical systems.
The book is devoted to the development of mathematical methodologies for fault diagnosis and isolation, fault tolerant control and failure prognosis problems of engineering systems. It presents new techniques in reliability modeling, reliability analysis, reliability design, fault and failure detection, signal processing, and fault tolerant control of engineering systems.
It is specifically focusing on the development of mathematical methodologies for diagnosis and prognosis of faults or failures, providing a unified platform for understanding and applicability of advanced diagnosis and prognosis methodologies for improving reliability purposes in both theory and practice, such as vehicles, manufacturing systems, circuits, flights, biomedical systems.
This book will be a valuable resource for different groups of readers - mechanical engineers working on vehicle systems; electrical engineers working on rotary machinery systems; control engineers working on fault detection systems; mathematicians and physician working on complex dynamics; and postgraduate students majoring on mechatronics, control engineering, mechanical engineering, and applied mathematics. It can be also of a significant interest to the researchers within mechatronics and biomedical engineering society, including both academic and industrial parts.