The paper dwells upon the usage of the modern systems for diagnostics and comprehensive condition monitoring (DMS) for fuel and power industry machinery, which make an integral part of the reliability control system for comprehensive production facilities providing safe resource-saving operation.
The paper considers the basic principles and the most important properties and characteristics of such systems, as well as their classification by 13 main features, describes methods for DMS types determination. The paper shows the examples of system type calculation for various software and hardware, the systems’ application domains for implementation at power facilities according to the risk of fault skipping. The paper classifies the machinery by the risk matrix considering probability of a fault occurrence and its economic, ecological and technogenic consequences.
The paper suggests more detailed classification criteria for facilities targeted by technical regulation (FTR), hazardous production facilities (HPF) and critically important facilities (CIF). As an example of the first class DMS - the stationary condition monitoring system COMPACS® is described. The system comprises all general principles of the first-class DMS building according to GOST R 53564.
Kostyukov V.N., Boychenko S.N., Naumenko A.P., Kostyukov An.V., Kostyukov Al.V. Monitoring risks of fuel and power industry machinery // [Electronic source]//New on Russian electric power industry. 2014. №3, p. 30-44. - URL: http://energo-press.info/журнал-новое-в-российской-электроэне/архив-новое-в-российской-электроэнер/
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