Fault detection and classification with feature representation based on deep residual convolutional neural network

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  • Published: Aug 16, 2019
  • Author: Xuemei Ren, Yiping Zou, Zheng Zhang

Abstract This paper proposes a novel fault detection and classification method via deep residual convolutional neural network (DRCNN). The DRCNN captures the deep process features represented by convolutional layers from local to global. Unlike traditional methods, this feature representation can extract the deep fault information and learn the latent fault patterns. Besides, a data preprocessing approach is also proposed to transform the shape of original data into the shape available for convolutional neural network. Finally, experiments based on the data set of Tennessee Eastman process (TEP), a chemical industrial process benchmark, show that the proposed method achieves superior fault detection and better classification performance compared with the state‐of‐the‐art methods.

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