Scope of Technical Diagnostics

Chapter

Abstract

The word diagnostics originates from the medical field and refers to the identification of the nature of a health problem and its classification by examination and evaluation. The term diagnostic criteria designates the combination of signs, symptoms, and test results to be used in attempts to determine the problem. Diagnosis is the result of a diagnostics process (Fig. 1.1).

Keywords

Failure Mode Structural Health Monitoring Fault Tree Analysis Fault Tree Analysis Structural Health Monitoring System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Beuth Hochschule für TechnikBerlinGermany

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