October 2016

Trends and Resources

Innovations

Where large machines are in use and the overall processes depend on a smoothly functioning plant, companies often rely on fixed maintenance schedules and diagnostic tools.

Andrew, Bob, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Condition-based prognostics for reliability Where large machines are in use and the overall processes depend on a smoothly functioning plant, companies often rely on fixed maintenance schedules and diagnostic tools. However, the field of predictive analytics is gaining in relevance, as it sends early warning signals and can anticipate malfunctions before they occur. Predictive analytics provide diagnostic information about the condition of the plant and clues for the root cause analysis. Fig. 1. Cassantec Prognostics helps businesses adjust maintenance management to plant needs. However, predictive analytic approaches remain vague about the fu

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