A Case Study on the Degradation Analysis for Cooling Systems (中文讲座:制冷系统衰变数据的案例分析)

Liu Xiao
Dr. Liu is a post-doc researcher working with Rutgers University, USA, and Qatar University, Qatar. He received his Ph. D degree (Industrial Engineering) in 2009 from the National University of Singapore. Before that, he obtained his B. Eng (Mechanical Engineering) in 2004 from Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT), China, and spent one semester at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HK...read more



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This talk presents a real case study on the degradation analysis for cooling systems. We start with an introduction to the problem and a quick review on the methods available for degradation modeling and data analysis. Then, we show how a degradation model for cooling systems can be constructed based on both statistics and basic physical principles. Finally, predictive maintenance plans are developed for system maintenance. The main goal of this talk is to demonstrate how degradation analysis and predictive maintenance are performed in practice, through a simple use case.

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