Oriented Review to Potential Simulator for Faults Modeling in Diesel Engine

This paper presents a literature review on most of the faults and their models that are considered on a diesel engine. Several faults that may be produced on diesel engine have been analyzed, classified, modeled, and their influences on the global system have been shown. Thus, this paper aims to prepare an important data base on diesel engine faults which may help researchers to develop precise strategies on diesel engine fault diagnosis and prognosis, and also it helps in the development of diesel engine simulators aiming to study the behavior of the diesel engine in the presence of faults. Different fault models such as analytical, empirical, degradation models which may be represented as function of time or as function of the number of cycles, data driven models such as neural network models, or simply constant are presented and analyzed. The global overall models for diesel engine integrating faults are expressed. And finally, the use of these models with the most common failure density distribution functions is proposed giving a more realistic approach to this study.


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  • Accession Number: 01608413
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Aug 26 2016 9:09AM