Diagnostics and Testing - BE3M38DIT1

Credits 6
Semesters Winter
Completion Assessment + Examination
Language of teaching English
Extent of teaching 2P+2L
The course aims to introduce students to the problems of modelling and fault detection, ensuring fault tolerance, monitoring the operational status of complex industrial components and autonomous systems, non-destructive testing and diagnostics of electronic devices with analogue and digital circuits.
Course outlines
1. Basic concepts, examples of applications, diagnostics, prognosis
2. Reliability, fault tolerance
3. Static / dynamic / analytical redundancy, Byzantine failure
5. Fault models, detection using signal / object models
6. Sources and sensing of diagnostic signals for machine condition monitoring, signal preprocessing,
7. Extraction of features, spectral, envelope, cepstral analysis
8. Analysis of non-stationary signals, order analysis, plausibility checks, fuzzy approach for fault detection
9. Condition monitoring using sound&noise, beamforming
10. Non-destructive testing, detection and localization, POD curve, impulse and continuous acoustic emission
11. Non-destructive testing by ultrasound, eddy currents, active thermography
12. Testing of analog, digital and mixed circuits,
13. In-circuit methods, Built-in Self Test, Design for Test
14. Test design, test compression, Boundary Scan
Iserman, R., Fault-Diagnosis Systems: An Introduction from Fault Detection to Fault Tolerance, Springer 2006

Iserman, R., Fault-diagnosis applications: model-based condition monitoring: actuators, drives, machinery, plants, sensors, and fault-tolerant systems, Springer 2011, elektronicky dostupná přes http://cvut.summon.serialssolutions.com