Analysis of Weak Fault in Hydraulic System Based on Multi-scale Permutation Entropy of Fault-Sensitive Intrinsic Mode Function and Deep Belief Network release_z3ihhiifcraato6cjezhsd36ba

by Jie Huang, Xinqing Wang, dong wang, Zhiwei Wang, Xia Hua

Published in Entropy by MDPI AG.

2019   Volume 21, Issue 4, p425


With the aim of automatic recognition of weak faults in hydraulic systems, this paper proposes an identification method based on multi-scale permutation entropy feature extraction of fault-sensitive intrinsic mode function (IMF) and deep belief network (DBN). In this method, the leakage fault signal is first decomposed by empirical mode decomposition (EMD), and fault-sensitive IMF components are screened by adopting the correlation analysis method. The multi-scale entropy feature of each screened IMF is then extracted and features closely related to the weak fault information are then obtained. Finally, DBN is used for identification of fault diagnosis. Experimental results prove that this identification method has an ideal recognition effect. It can accurately judge whether there is a leakage fault, determine the degree of severity of the fault, and can diagnose and analyze hydraulic weak faults in general.
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