A computer-based intelligent system for fault diagnosis of an aircraft engine

Mustapha, Faizal and Salit, Mohd Sapuan and Ismail, Napsiah and Mokhtar, Ahmad Samsuri (2004) A computer-based intelligent system for fault diagnosis of an aircraft engine. Engineering Computations, 21 (1). pp. 78-90. ISSN 0264-4401

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In this paper, an intelligent knowledge-based system (KBS) capable of assisting aircraft mechanics and engineers to deal with fault diagnosis of the turbo-prop aircraft engine is presented. The KBS intelligent jet engine trouble-shooting system (IJETSS) employs expert knowledge to act in a way similar to that of a human expert in an aircraft maintenance field by using if-then rule-based system. The major aim of the KBS of IJETSS is to generate rapid and precise engine fault diagnosis that can simulate the work of experienced aircraft maintenance mechanics and engineers. The developed system can also be useful for the inexperienced aircraft mechanics and engineers and can be used for training module for them.

Item Type:Article
Keyword:Aeroplanes, Aircraft components, Fault tolerance, Knowledge engineering, Turbines
Faculty or Institute:Faculty of Engineering
DOI Number:10.1108/02644400410511855
ID Code:8576
Deposited By: Nor Asmalisa Osman
Deposited On:01 Dec 2010 07:45
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