Knowledge-Based Diagnosis in a Fuel Tank Production Plant
In this paper we discuss the adoption of a knowledge based diagnostic approach for the diagnosis of production lines, within the European project “Intelligent Monitoring, Diagnostics and Maintenance System in Flexible Production” (Intell-diag). In particular, we present the application to one of the business cases considered in the project, a fuel tank production line including robotized welding stations. The approach is based on a fault tree analysis and navigation in the fault tree.
KeywordsBusiness Case Fault Tree Flexible Production Fault Tree Analysis Robot Station
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