Multivariate statistical monitoring of subway indoor air quality using dynamic concurrent partial least squares

To maintain the health level of indoor air quality (IAQ) in subway stations, the data-driven multivariate statistical method concurrent partial least squares (CPLS) has been successfully applied for output-relevant and input-relevant sensor faults detection. To cope with the dynamic problem of IAQ data, the augmented matrices are applied to CPLS (DCPLS) to achieve the better performance. DCPLS method simultaneously decomposes the input and output data spaces into five subspaces for comprehensive monitoring: a joint input-output subspace, an output principal subspace, an output-residual subspace, an input-principal subspace, and an input-residual subspace. Results of using the underground IAQ data in a subway station demonstrate that the monitoring capability of DCPLS is superior than those of PLS and CPLS. More specifically, the fault detection rates of the bias of PM₁₀ and PM₂.₅ using DCPLS can be improved by approximately 13% and 15%, respectively, in comparison with those of CPLS.


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  • Accession Number: 01747222
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Jun 1 2020 5:13PM