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Volume 19, 2017International Conference Energy, Environment and Material Systems (EEMS 2017)
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The computer diagnostic program (DIAG 2) for identifying states of complex technical objects
1 Technical University of Koszalin, Department of Mechanics, 15-17 Raclawicka St., 75-620 Koszalin, Poland
2 Technical University of Koszalin, Department of Electronics and Informatics, 2 Śniadeckich St., 75-453 Koszalin, Poland
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This paper presents a method to control an operation process of a complex technical object, with the use of trivalent diagnostic information. Also, a general diagram of the complex technical object was presented, and its internal structure was described. A diagnostic analysis was conducted, as a result of which sets of the functional elements of the object and its diagnostic signals were determined. Also, the methodology of the diagnostic examination of the technical system was presented. The result was a functional and diagnostic model, which constituted the basis for initial diagnostic information, which is provided by the sets of information concerning the elements of the basic modules and their output signals. The theoretical results obtained in the present study were verified in practice on the example of a complex and reparable technical object. It belongs to the group of technical equipment for which a short time of shutdowns is required (an ineffective use of the object).
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