KEM 2009 DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.413-414.495 View full text
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B. Tesfa, R. Mishra, Feng Shou Gu, Andrew Ball

Abstract: AbstractVarious research groups across the globe have developed models for engine condition monitoring and fault diagnosis based on the data from steady state performance measurements over the last two decade. However, these performance data are not amenable for easy collection in some situations and some of the data may show little performance deviation at the steady state conditions of operation. In addition, the motion of an automobile in urban settings is mostly transient due to stopgo nature of the traff…

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