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Processes, Volume 6, Issue 11 (November 2018)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) Fleet-level monitoring and fault diagnostics tools are essential to increase the availability, and [...] Read more. Fleet-level monitoring and fault diagnostics tools are essential to increase the availability, and reduce the operation and maintenance cost, of small-scale power generators. Typically, technological solutions for engine health monitoring are developed for large-scale gas turbines and mainly focused on single systems. Research focused on smaller systems and fleet-level monitoring is very limited. Realizing its’ potential, the exploitation of a physics-based model for micro gas turbine fleet monitoring and fault diagnostics is investigated in this paper. A multi-layer diagnostics approach is investigated with the help of computational simulation studies. View Paper here.