Application of Expert Systems in the Power Generation Industry: Papers Presented at a Seminar Organized by the Steam Plant Committee
Wiley, Apr 15, 1993 - Science - 72 pages
A collection of papers presented at a seminar organized by the steam plant committee on the application of expert systems in the power generation industry. Topics covered include computerized knowlege-based systems for fossil plant productivity and cost and performance modelling system for poser generators.
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Computerized knowledgebased systems for fossil plant productivity
A knowledgebased operator system concepts knowledge acquisition
A chartbased route to diagnostic systems
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Advisor allows analysis application approach assessment basis bearing behaviour benefits boiler carried causes changes chart considered contains costs cycle database described designed determine diagnosis display effects Electric engineers EPRI equipment example expert system factors failure fault feed Figure function given hardware heat heater identify increase input interface KNOBOS knowledge knowledge acquisition knowledge-based leakage linear logic maintenance major measurements mechanism methods MICAA mode module monitoring normal on-line operating parameters parameters particular performance plant operating possible power plant prediction present problems process component pump radial range reasoning reference response rotor rule screen shaft shown signals significant specialist specific speed Stator steam structure Table techniques temperature tests tube turbine turbine-generator typical unit utility variables vibration