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Machine health check methodology to help maintenance in operational condition : application to machine tool from its kinematic monitoring

Abstract : This PhD work has been initiated by Renault, in collaboration with Nancy Research Centre in Automatic Control (CRAN), with the aim to propose the foundation of a generic PHM-based methodology leading to machine health check regarding machine-product joint consideration and facing industrial requirements. The proposed PHM-based methodology is structured in five steps. The two first steps are developed in this PhD work and constitute the major contributions. The first originality represents the formalization of machine-product relationship knowledge based on the extension of well-known functioning/dysfunctioning analysis methods. The formalization is materialized by means of meta-modelling based on UML (Unified Modelling Language). This contribution leads to the identification of relevant parameters to be monitored, from component up to machine level. These parameters serve as a basis of the machine health check elaboration. The second major originality of the thesis aims at the definition of health check elaboration principles from the previously identified monitoring parameters and formalized system knowledge. Elaboration of such health indicators is based on Choquet integral as aggregation method, raising the issue of capacity identification. In this way, it is proposed a global optimization model of capacity identification according to system multi-level, by the use of Genetic Algorithms. Both contributions are developed with the objective to be generic (not only oriented on a specific class of equipment), according to industrial needs. The feasibility and the interests of such approach are shown on the case of machine tool located in RENAULT Cléon Factory
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Thomas Laloix. Machine health check methodology to help maintenance in operational condition : application to machine tool from its kinematic monitoring. Automatic. Université de Lorraine, 2018. English. ⟨NNT : 2018LORR0291⟩. ⟨tel-02096015⟩



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