Agenda


Sunday, September 23, 2012 — Doctoral Consortium
Monday, September 24, 2012 — Tutorials and Workshops
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 — Technical Paper Sessions, PHM Technology Demonstrations and Poster Session
Wednesday, September 26, 2012 — Technical Paper Sessions and PHM Technology Demonstrations
Thursday, September 27, 2012 — Technical Paper Sessions, PHM Technology Demonstrations and Fielded Systems


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Sunday, September 23, 2012 Location
7:00AM–5:00PM Conference Registration Open Nicollet Ballroom Promenade
8:15AM–5:00PM Doctoral Consortium Session
Nils Propes – Global Technology Connection, Inc.
Marcos Orchard – University of Chile
Ravi Rajamani – Meggitt USA
Nicollet D1
10:00AM–10:30AM Networking Break Exhibit Hall
12:00PM–1:30PM Lunch Break
3:00PM–3:30PM Networking Break Exhibit Hall
Monday, September 24, 2012 Location
7:00AM–5:00PM Conference Registration Open Nicollet Ballroom
7:00AM–8:00AM Breakfast, Sponsored by Embraer Nicollet BR Foyer
8:00AM–8:30AM Welcome and Opening Addess
Bob Smith–CTO Honeywell Aerospace
Nicollet A/B
8:30AM–5:00PM Workshop: Wind Energy, Co-Sponsored by NRG Systems Inc. and General Motors (Workshop Registrants only)
PHM in the Mitigation of Financial Risk – Moderator: Eric Bechhoefer
PHM in support of Operations & Maintenance – Moderator: Dr. Girija Parthasarathy
PHM Solution Developers/Providers for Wind – Moderator: Dr. Shawn Sheng
PHM for Wind Energy: Improving Reliability and Lowering Cost of Projects – Moderator: Eric Bechhoefer
Nicollet D1
8:30AM–10:00AM Tutorial 1–Introduction to Improved Real-time Mechanical Systems Diagnostics
Carl Byington–Impact Technologies
Nicollet D3
10:00AM–10:30AM Networking Break, Sponsored by General Motors Exhibit Hall
10:30AM–12:00PM Tutorial 3–An Introduction to Prognosis, Uncertainty Representation and Risk Measures
Marcos Orchard –University of Chile
Nicollet D3
12:00PM–1:30PM PHM Society Lunch
Keynote Speaker: Greg Spraker–SAS Institute
Topic: Big Data Analytics
Nicollet A/B
1:30PM–3:00PM Tutorial 2–Feature Extraction Methods
Tianyi Wang and Subrat Nanda–GE Global Research
Nicollet D3
1:30PM–3:00PM Tutorial 4–Practical Data Mining
Ravi Patankar–Honeywell
Nicollet D2
3:00PM–3:30PM Networking Break, Sponsored by GE Global Research Exhibit Hall
3:30PM–5:00PM Tutorial 5–System-wide Health Monitoring
Raj Bharadwaj–Honeywell
Nicollet D3
5:30PM–7:00PM Exhibitor's Reception, Sponsored by Honeywell Exhibit Hall
Tuesday, September 25, 2012 Location
7:30AM–5:00PM Conference Registration Open Nicollet Ballroom Promenade
7:30AM–8:30AM Breakfast, Sponsored by Impact Technologies, A Sikorsky Innovations Company Exhibit Hall
8:30AM–5:00PM Technology Demonstrations, Sponsored by NASA
Modular COTS Hardware and Software for Commercialization of Prognostics Systems – National Instruments
Smart, Ultra Low Power, Wired and Wireless Sensor Suites for PHM – Sporian Microsystems, Inc.
Inherently Conductive Polymer Based Structural Health Monitoring Sensing System – Crosslink
Electrical Power System Testbed – NASA Ames Research Center
Use of Physical and Functional Approach as IVHM Design Tools for Detection and Isolation of UAV Fuel System Faults – Cranfield University IVHM Center of Excellence
Nicollet C1
8:30AM–5:00PM Exhibits Exhibit Hall
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: PHM System Design and Engineering I
Tim Wilmering–Boeing
Nicollet D1
  Application of Inductive Monitoring System to Plug Load Anomaly Detection
Christopher Teubert1, Scott Poll2
1NASA USRT Intern, Iowa State University, USA
2NASA Ames Research Center, USA
 
  Use of COTS Functional Analysis Software as an IVHM Design Tool for Detection and Isolation of UAV Fuel System Faults
Octavian Niculita1, Phil Irving2, Ian K. Jennions3
1,2,3Cranfield University, UK
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: Analytical PHM Methods I
Serdar Uckun–CY Design
Nicollet D2
  A Distributed Approach to System-Level Prognostics
Matthew Daigle1, Anibal Bregon2, Indranil Roychoudhury3
1NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2University of Valladolid, Spain
3SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
 
  Constructing an Efficient Self-Tuning Aircraft Engine Model for Control and Health Management Applications
Jeffrey B. Armstrong1, Donald L. Simon2
1Vantage Partners LLC, USA
2NASA Glenn Reearch Center, USA
  Markov Modeling of Component Fault Growth Over A Derived Domain of Feasible Output Control Effort Modifications
Brian Bole1, Kai Goebel2, George Vachtsevanos3
1,3Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
2NASA Ames Research Center,USA
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: Structural Health Management I
Yan Weizhong–GE Global Research
Nicollet D3
  Health Assessment of Composite Structures in Unconstrained Environments Using Partially Supervised Pattern Recognition Tools
Emmanuel Ramasso1, Vincent Placet2, Rafael Gouriveau3, Lamine Boubakar4, Noureddine Zerhouni5
1,3,5FEMTO-ST Institute, France
2,4FEMTO-ST Institute, France
 
  Correction of Data Gathered by Degraded Transducers for Damage Prognosis in Composite Structures
Kyle R. Mulligan1, Nicolas Quaegebeur2, Patrice Masson3, Sylvian Letourneau4
1,2,3Universit´ e de Sherbrooke, Canada
4NRC–IIT, National Research Council of Canada, Canada
  Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring of Aircraft Structures with Prognostic Applications
Douglas Brown1, Duane Darr2, Jefferey Morse3, Bernard Laskwoski4
1,2,3,4Analatom Inc., USA
10:00AM–10:30AM Networking Break, Sponsored by Impact Technologies, A Sikorsky Innovations Company Exhibit Hall
10:30AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Session: PHM System Design and Engineering II
Karl Reichard–Pennsylvania State University
Nicollet D1
  A Design Methodology of Optimized Diagnosis Functions for High Lift Actuation Systems
Christian Modest1, Frank Thielecke2
1,2Hamburg University of Technology, Germany
 
  A Multi-Resolution Experimental Methodology for Fatigue Mechanism Verification of Physics-Based Prognostics
Jian Yang1, Wei Zhang2, Yongming Liu3
1,2,3Clarkson University, USA
  Sensor Selection with Grey Correlation Analysis for Remaining Useful Life Evaluation
Yu Peng1, Yong Xu2, Datong Liu3, Xiyuan Peng4
1,2,3,4Harbin Institute of Technology, China
10:30AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Session: Analytical PHM Methods II
Kai Goebel–NASA Ames Research Center
Nicollet D2
  Reliability Growth Analysis of Satellite Systems
John W. Evans1, Mark P. Kaminskiy2, Luis D. Jr Gallo3
1,2,3NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA
 
  An Integrated Framework for Model-Based Distributed Diagnosis and Prognosis
Anibal Bregon1, Matthew Daigle2, Indranil Roychoudhury3
1University of Valladolid, Spain
2NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
  Uncertainty Representation and Interpretation in Model-based Prognostics Algorithms based on Kalman Filter Estimation
Jose R. Celaya1, Abhinav Saxena2, Kai Goebel3
1,2SGT Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3NASA Ames Research Center, USA
10:30AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Session: Structural Health Management II
Kyusung Kim–Honeywell
Nicollet D3
  A Comparison Study of Methods for Parameter Estimation in the Physics-based Prognostics
Dawn An1, Joo-Ho Choi2, Nam H. Kim3
1,2Korea Aerospace University, Korea
3University of Florida, USA
 
  Structural Health Monitoring on Metallic Aircrafts Using Flexible and Bulk PZT Transducers: Case of Corrosion Detection and Crack Localization
Hamza Boukabache1, Christophe Escriba2, Sabeha Zedek3, Jean-Yves Fourniols4
1,2,4CNRS, France
3Université de Toulouse, France
  Integrated Fatigue Damage Diagnosis and Prognosis Under Uncertainties
Tishun Peng1, Jingjing He2, Yongming Liu3, Abhinav Saxena4, Jose R. Celaya5, Kai Goebel6
1,2,3Clarkson University, USA
4.5SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
6NASA Ames Research Center, USA
12:00PM–1:30PM Lunch Break on Own
1:30PM–3:00PM Technical Paper Session: PHM System Design and Engineering III
Ravi Rajamani–Meggitt USA
Nicollet D1
  Transducer Development for Nonintrusive Load Monitoring of Rotating Machinery
Mateja Putic1, Nathan K. Brown2, Paul Muskopf3
1,2,3Luna Innovations Incorporated,USA
 
  A Reasoning Architecture for Expert Troubleshooting of Complex Processes
Abdul Naveed1, Jiaming Li2, Bhaskar Saha3, Abhinav Saxena4, George J. Vachtsevanos5
1,2,5Georgia Institute of Technology, USA
3Palo Alto Research Center,USA
4SGT Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
  Prognostic-Enabling an Electrohydrostatic Actuator (EHA) System
Sonia Vohnout1, David Bodden2, Byoung U. Kim3, Neil Kunst4, Patrick Edwards5, Bill Gleeson6, Dennis Cascio7, Steve Brzuszkiewicz8, Roy Wagemans9, Matthew Rounds10, N. Scott Clements11
1,3,4,5,6,10Ridgetop Group Inc., USA
2,11Lockheed Martin Aerospace, USA
7,8Moog Inc., USA
9Dell Services, Netherlands
1:30PM–3:00PM Technical Paper Session: Fault Detection Methods I
Mattew Daigle–NASA Ames Research Center
Nicollet D2
  Prognostics and Health Monitoring in the Presence of Heterogeneous Information
Gregory Bartram1, Sankaran Mahadevan2
1,2Vanderbilt University, USA
 
  Anomaly Detection Based on Information-Theoretic Measures and Particle Filtering Algorithms
Marcos E. Orchard1, Benjamin Olivares2, Matias Cerda3, Jorge F. Silva4
1,2,3,4Universidad de Chile, Chile
  A Batch Detection Algorithm Installed on a Test Bench
Jerome Lacaille1, Valerio Gerez2
1Snecma, France
1:30PM–3:00PM Special Session: Oil and Gas
Chair: Neil Eklund–GE Global Research
Dinkar Mylaraswamy: Early Event Detection in Cold-end Ethylene Plant
Dustin Garvey: Prognostics and Health Management of Directional Drilling Tools for Oil and Gas Exploration
William Carrillo: TBD
Panel: Future of PHM in Oil & Gas Industry
Nicollet D3
3:00PM–3:30PM Networking Break, Sponsored by Impact Technologies, A Sikorsky Innovations Company Exhibit Hall
3:30PM–5:00PM Technical Paper Session: Data-driven methods for fault detection, diagnosis, and prognosis
Eric Bechhoefer–NRG Systems
Nicollet D1
  Condition Indicators for Gears
Renata Klein1
1R.K. Diagnostics, Israel
 
  An Evidential Evolving Prognostic Approach and its Application to PRONOSTIA's Data Streams
Lisa Serir1, Emmanuel Ramasso2, Noureddine Zerhouni3
1,2,3FEMTO-ST Institute, France
  Time Distribution Mapping: a Generic Transient Signal Monitoring Technique for Prognostic Methods
Michael E. Sharp1, J Wesely Hines2
1,2University of Tennessee, USA
3:30PM–5:00PM Technical Paper Session: Fault Detection Methods II
Jose Celaya–SGT, NASA Ames Research Center
Nicollet D2
  Fault Diagnosis of Gas Turbine Engine LRUs Using the Startup Characteristics
Kyusung Kim1, Onder Uluyol2, Girija Parthasarathy3, Dinkar Mylaraswamy4
1,2,3,4Honeywell Aerospace, USA
 
  Multi-turbine Associative Model for Wind Turbine Performance Monitoring
Onder Uluyol1, Girija Parthasarthy2
1,2Honeywell International Inc., USA
3:30PM–5:00PM Education and Profesional Development
Jeff Bird–NRC
Karl Reichard–Penn State University
Nancy Madge–PHM Society
Nicollet D3
5:30PM–8:00PM Posters Reception, Sponsored by Impact Technologies, A Sikorsky Innovations Company Exhibit Hall
Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Location
7:30AM–5:00PM Conference Registration Open Nicollet Ballroom Promenade
7:30AM–8:30AM Breakfast, Sponsored by Embraer Exhibit Hall
8:30AM–5:00PM Exhibits Exhibit Hall
8:30AM–11:00AM Luminaries, Co-Sponsored by Hamilton Sundstrand and Pratt & Whitney
Dr. Terry Bahill – System Prognostics and Emergent Properties
Dr. Louis W. Uccellini – Weather Prediction and Modeling
Dr. Roberto Ballarini – Bridge Structural Failure
Nicollet A/B
9:45AM–10:00AM Networking Break, Sponsored by NASA Exhibit Hall
11:00AM–12:00PM Awards, Sponsored by SAE Nicollet A/B
12:00PM–1:30PM Lunch Break on Own
1:30PM–3:00PM Technical Paper Session: PHM-Europe 2012 Paper Session
Abhinav Saxena–SGT, NASA Ames Research Center
Nicollet D3
  An Approach to the Health Monitoring of a Pumping Unit in an Aircraft Engine Fuel System
Benjamin Lamoureux1, Jean-Rémi Massé2, Nazih Mechbal3
1,3Snecma (Safran Group), France
2,3Arts et Métiers ParisTech, France
 
  Physics Based Electrolytic Capacitor Degradation Models for Prognostic Studies under Thermal Overstress
Chetan S. Kulkarni1, Jose R. Celaya2, Kai Goebel3, and Gautam Biswas4
1,4 Vanderbilt University, USA
2 SGT Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3 NASA Ames Research Center, USA
  Health management system for the pantographs of tilting trains
Giovanni Jacazio1, Massimo Sorli2, Danilo Bolognese3, Davide Ferrara4
1,2,3,4Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  Designing Data-Driven Battery Prognostic Approaches for Variable Loading Profiles: Some Lessons Learned
Abhinav Saxena1, José R. Celaya2, Indranil Roychoudhury3, Sankalita Saha4, Bhaskar Saha5, and Kai Goebel6
1,2,3Stinger Ghaffarian Technologies Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
4,5Mission Critical Technologies Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
6NASA Ames Research Center, USA
1:30PM–4:00PM PHM Standards
Jeff Bird–NRC
Mike Roemer–Impact Technologies, A Sikorsky Innovations Company
Nicollet A/B
1:30PM–5:00PM Technology Demonstrations, Sponsored by NASA
Modular COTS Hardware and Software for Commercialization of Prognostics Systems – National Instruments
Smart, Ultra Low Power, Wired and Wireless Sensor Suites for PHM – Sporian Microsystems, Inc.
Electrical Power System Testbed – NASA Ames Research Center
Inherently Conductive Polymer Based Structural Health Monitoring Sensing System – Crosslink
Nicollet C1
3:00PM–3:30PM Networking Break, Sponsored by NASA Exhibit Hall
3:30PM–5:00PM Technical Paper Session: Industrial applications
Neil Eklund–GE Global Research
Nicollet D1
  Peer-to-Peer Collaborative Vehicle Health Management – The Concept and An Initial Study
Yilu Zhang1, Xinyu Du2, Mutasim Salman3
1,2,3General Motors Company, USA
 
  Fault Diagnostics Using Network Motif Signature
Tsai-Ching Lu1, David L. Allen2, Yilu Zhang3, Mutasim A. Salman4
1,2HRL Laboratories LLC, USA
3,4General Motors,USA
  A Cost-Benefit Approach to Evaluating Engine Health Monitoring Systems
Grant Gordon1, Chris Hickenbottom2, Dinkar Mylaraswamy3
1,2,3Honeywell International Inc., USA
3:30PM–5:00PM Technical Paper Session: PHM Applications
Marcos Orchard–University of Chile
Nicollet D2
  Detecting Injector Deactivation Failure Modes In Diesel Engines Using Time And Order Domain Approaches
Mitchell Lebold1, Scott Pflumm2, Jeffrey Banks3, Jonathon Bednar4, Karl Reichard5, Kenneth Fischer6, Joseph Stempnik7
1,2,3,4,5The Pennsylvania State University,USA
6,7US Army TARDEC, USA
 
  Application of Symbolic Regression to Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Data for Lubricating Oil Health Evaluation
Carl Byington1, Nicholos Mackos2, Garrett Argenna3, Andrew Palladino4, Johan Reimann5, Joel Schmitigal6
1,2,3,4,5Impact Technologies,USA
6US Army TARDEC, USA
  Statistical Health Grade System against Mechanical failures of Power Transformers
Chao Hu1, Pingfeng Wang2, Byeng D. Young3, Wook-Ryun Lee4, Joung T. Yoon5
1Univeristy of Maryland at College Park,USA
2Wichita State University, USA
3,5Seoul National University,Korea
4Korea Electric Power Research Institute, Korea
3:30PM–5:00PM Technical Paper Session: Prognostics Methods
Byoung Uk “Tim” Kim–Ridgetop
Nicollet D3
  A Tutorial for Model-based Prognostics Algorithms based on Matlab Code
Dawn An1, Joo-Ho Choi2, Nam H. Kim3
1,2Korea Aerospace University, Korea
3University of Florida,USA
 
  An Efficient Deterministic Approach to Model-based Prediction Uncertainty Estimation
Matthew Daigle1, Abhinav Saxena2, Kai Goebel3
1,3NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2SGT, Inc., NASA Ames Research Center, USA
4:00PM–5:00PM Education and Profesional Development Cont.
Jeff Bird–NRC
Karl Reichard–Penn State University
Nancy Madge–PHM Society
Nicollet A/B
6:30PM–10:30PM Conference Banquet (Off site), Sponsored by Northrop Grumman Mill City Museum
Thursday, September 27, 2012 Location
7:30AM–12:00PM Conference Registration (Information Desk) Nicollet Ballroom Promenade
7:30AM–8:30AM Breakfast, Sponsored by Frontier Technology Inc. Nicollet BR Foyer
8:30AM–12:00PM Technology Demonstrations, Sponsored by NASA
Use of Physical and Functional Approach as IVHM Design Tools for Detection and Isolation of UAV Fuel System Faults – Cranfield University IVHM Center of Excellence
Modular COTS Hardware and Software for Commercialization of Prognostics Systems – National Instruments
Smart, Ultra Low Power, Wired and Wireless Sensor Suites for PHM – Sporian Microsystems, Inc.
Nicollet C1
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: Electronics PHM
Sony Mathew–CALCE, University of Maryland
Nicollet D1
  Bayesian Framework Approach for Prognostic Studies in Electrolytic Capacitor under Thermal Overstress Conditions
Chetan S. Kulkarni1, Jose R. Celaya2, Kai Goebel3, Gautam Biswas4
1,4Vanderbilt University, USA
2SGT Inc. NASA Ames Research Center, USA
3NASA Ames Research Center, USA
 
  Prognostics Method for Analog Electronic Circuits
Arvind S. S. Vasan1, Bing Long2, Michael Pecht3
1,3University of Maryland, USA
2University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: Energy generation and storage applications
Jeff Bird–NRC, Canada
Nicollet D2
  Initial Condition Monitoring Experience on a Wind Turbine
Eric Bechhoefer1, Mathew Wadham-Gagnon2, Bruno Boucher3
1NRG Systems, USA
2,3TechnoCentre éolien, Canada
 
  Lithium-ion Battery Remaining Useful Life Estimation Based on nonlinear AR Model combined with Degradation Feature
Datong Liu1, Yue Luo2, Yu Peng3, Xiyuan Peng4, Michael Pecht5
1,3,4Harbin Institute of Technology, China
2Beijing System Design Institute of Electro-Mechanic Engineering, China
5University of Maryland, USA
  An Unscented Kalman Filter Based Approach for the Health-Monitoring and Prognostics of a Polymer Electrolyte Membrane Fuel Cell
Xian Zhang1, Pierluigi Pisu2
1,2Clemson University, USA
8:30AM–10:00AM Technical Paper Session: Post-prognostics Decision Making I
Raj Bharadwaj–Honeywell
Nicollet D3
  Spare Parts Inventory Control for Non-Repairable Items Based on Prognostics and Health Monitoring Information
Leonardo R. Rodrigues1, Takashi Yoneyama2
1EMBRAER S.A., Brazil
2Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
 
  Maintenance Planning with Prognostics for Systems Located In Various Places
F. Camci1, M. Sevkli2, M. Karakas3
1Cranfield University, UK
2,3Fatih University, Turkey
10:00AM–10:30AM Networking Break, Sponsored by Frontier Technology Inc. Exhibit Hall
10:30AM–12:00PM Technical Paper Session: Post-prognostics Decision Making II
Ian Jennions–IVHM Centre, Cranfield University
Nicollet D3
  Condition-Based Maintenance with Both Perfect and Imperfect Maintenance Actions
Phuc Do Van1, Alexandre Voisin2, Eric Levrat3, Benoit Iung4
1,2,3,4Université de Lorraine, France
 
  An Approach to Prognostic Decision Making in the Aerospace Domain
Edward Balaban1, Juan J. Alonso2
1NASA Ames Research Center, USA
2Stanford University, USA
10:30AM–12:00PM CBM+ Across Enterprise
Andy Hess–The Hess PHM Group
Dinkar Mylaraswamy–Honeywell
Nicollet A/B
12:00PM–1:30PM Lunch Break on Own
1:30PM–4:30PM Fielded Systems
Andy Hess–The Hess PHM Group
Tom Mooney–GE
Ravi Rajamani–Meggitt USA
Nicollet A/B
3:00PM–3:30PM Networking Break, Sponsored by GE Global Research Exhibit Hall
4:30PM–5:00PM Closing Remarks
Dinkar Mylaraswamy–Honeywell
Nicollet A/B

Poster Session

  1. Failure Prognostics of a Hydraulic Pump Using Kalman Filter
    Joao P. P. Gomes1, Bruno P. Leao2, Wlamir O. L. Vianna3, Roberto K. H. Galvao4, Takashi Yoneyama5––1,3EMBRAER S.A.,Brazil; 2,4,5Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
  2. Fleet Wide Asset Monitoring: Sensory Data to Signal Processing to Prognostics
    Preston Johnson1––1National Instruments, USA
  3. Health Monitoring of a Power Supply Using Multivariate Regression
    Leonardo R. Rodrigues1, Joao P. P. Gomes2, Takashi Yoneyama3, Roberto K. H. Galvao4––1,2EMBRAER S.A., Brazil; 3,4Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, Brazil
  4. Performance Based Anomaly Detection Analysis of a Gas Turbine Engine by Artificial Neural Network Approach
    Amar Kumar1, Alka Srivastava2, Avisekh Banerjee3, Alok Goel4––1,2Tecsis Corporation, Canada; 3Life Prediction Technologies Inc., Canada; 4OMTEC Inc., Canada
  5. Prognostics Assessment Using Fleet-Wide Ontology
    Gabriela Medina-Oliva1, Alexandre Voisin2, Maxime Monnin3, Flavien Peysson4, Jean-Baptiste Leger5––1,2Université de Lorraine, France; 3,4Predict, France
  6. Model-Based Failure Identification and Propagation Framework for the design of Hybrid Systems Hoda Mehrpouyan–Oregon State University
  7. Prognostic Capability Evaluation of Power Electronic Module in Hybrid Electric Vehicles Alireza Alghassi–Cranfield University
  8. A Formal Method for Using PHM to Satisfy Performance-Based Logistics/Availability-Based Contract Requirements Amir KashaniPour–University of Maryland
  9. Prognostics and Health Management Algorithms for Smart Battery Management in Electric Vehicles Wei He–University of Maryland
  10. Integrated Fatigue Damage Diagnosis and Prognosis under Uncertainties Tishun Peng–Clarkson University
  
 
 
 

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