Fault diagnosis for validation of hydrometric data collected from sewer networks

F. Hamioud, C. Joannis & J. Ragot
The measured values provided by sewerage monitoring systems require a processing for their validation. This paper applies a method of diagnosis on a set of measurements collected from the sewer network of Nantes (France), This method relies on the overall information redundancy, which is captured in a set of linear models. These models generate residuals, which are tested for the detection and localisation of potential faulty sensors. The diagnosis uses the theoretical signature matrix, which...

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Fault diagnosis for validation of hydrometric data collected from sewer networks

F. Hamioud, C. Joannis & J. Ragot
The measured values provided by sewerage monitoring systems require a processing for their validation. This paper applies a method of diagnosis on a set of measurements collected from the sewer network of Nantes (France), This method relies on the overall information redundancy, which is captured in a set of linear models. These models generate residuals, which are tested for the detection and localisation of potential faulty sensors. The diagnosis uses the theoretical signature matrix, which...

Fault diagnosis for validation of hydrometric data collected from sewer networks

F. Hamioud, C. Joannis & J. Ragot
The measured values provided by sewerage monitoring systems require a processing for their validation. This paper applies a method of diagnosis on a set of measurements collected from the sewer network of Nantes (France), This method relies on the overall information redundancy, which is captured in a set of linear models. These models generate residuals, which are tested for the detection and localisation of potential faulty sensors. The diagnosis uses the theoretical signature matrix, which...

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