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CSCI - 4146 - The Process of Data Science - Fall 2020

Assignment 2

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Due date and time as shown on Brightspace under Assignments.

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Predictive maintenance (PdM) is gaining traction in the industry. In PdM, components are

replaced as they approach failure, not at prescribed intervals (Preventative Maintenance). For

PdM, equipment is monitored by sensors, and machine learning models are used to predict the

remaining useful life (RUL) (Fig 1.) of the equipment based on data streams generated by the

sensors. The data is typically a time series of sensor measurements collected until failure.

Figure 1: Illustration of an RUL.[1]

As shown in (Fig 2), a machinery health prognostic program is generally composed of four

technical processes, i.e., data acquisition, health indicator (HI) construction, health stage (HS)

division and RUL prediction. At first, measured data, such as vibration signals, are acquired

from sensors to monitor the health condition of machinery. Then, from the measured data, HIs

are constructed using signal processing techniques, artificial intelligent (AI) techniques, etc., to

represent the health condition of machinery. After that, according to the varying degradation

trends of HIs, the whole lifetime of machinery is divided into two or more different HSs. Finally,

in the HS which presents an obvious degradation trend, the RUL is predicted with the analysis

of the degradation trends and a pre-specified failure threshold (FT).[2]

Figure 2: Four technical processes in a machinery health prognostic program.[2]

In this assignment, you will need to predict an RLU of bearings. For the specific data set from

bearings (#4 of the datasets in the NASA Prognostics Center repository,

https://ti.arc.nasa.gov/tech/dash/groups/pcoe/prognostic-data-repository/), the data consists of

vibration measurements collected by accelerometers in the experimental set up (bearing test

rig) described in Fig. 16 of this publication and reproduced below. Each accelerometer provides

a single scalar measurement per sample. The sampling rate is 20KHz (20,000 samples per

second). The three-time series data sets are described in detail in this document. Each data set

consists of individual files containing 1-second worth of vibration signal measurements recorded

at specific intervals. The file name indicates when the data was collected. Each row in the data

file is a data point. Each row contains several measurements (channels), one from each

accelerometer in the experimental setup.

Example of a bearing (there are several other types).

1. Data understanding and feature engineering (0.1)

a. We will extract features from each channel of each of the data files of Test set 2.

The features will be statistical time-domain features typically used in bearing

monitoring. The six features to extract are RMS, Variance, Skewness, Kurtosis,

Shape factor and Crest factor (Table 1) [3]. Use σ=1 in the formulas for variance,

skewness and kurtosis. Your dataset should consist of 7 features: vibrational

signal plus the six time-domain features.

b. Build the data quality report

c. Identify data quality issues and build the data quality plan

d. Analyze your data. Plot the six features as functions of time for each of the

channels. Compute and plot the histograms of the vibration signals for each data

file. Describe your observations. How similar are the plots of the different

channels? Is there any evidence in the plots for which features are the most

useful for the RUL prediction task? Is the normalization of the data useful?

e. Preprocess your data according to the data quality plan

2. Build a baseline model to predict RLU (0.35). In Test set 2, there are four channels, with

channel 1 corresponding to the bearing that failed (bearing 1)

a. Explain what is the task you’re solving (e.g., supervised x unsupervised,

classification x regression x clustering or similarity matching x etc)

b. Use a feature selection method to select the features to build a model. Consider

different feature choices: features from channel 1 only, features from all four

channels, and different subsets of the six features.

c. Select the evaluation metric. Justify your choice.

d. Perform hyperparameter tuning if applicable.

e. Train and evaluate your model on test data from Test set 1

f. How do you make sure not to overfit?

g. Plot learning curve

h. Analyze the results

3. Build a NN model to predict RLU (0.35). Repeat question #2 above but now use a neural

network model to predict RLU. You can use a simple feedforward neural network or 1D CNN

from tutorial 6. Compare the model to your baseline model with a statistical significance test.

Use a box-plot to visualize your comparison.

4. Concept drift detection (0.2). Use concept drift methods and find out if there is any drift in

the data that can be detected. If so, what type of drift is that? Suggest specific actions to adapt

your model to the new concept.

References:

[1] D. A. Tobon-Mejia, K. Medjaher, N. Zerhouni and G. Tripot, "A Data-Driven Failure

Prognostics Method Based on Mixture of Gaussians Hidden Markov Models," in IEEE

Transactions on Reliability, vol. 61, no. 2, pp. 491-503, June 2012

[2] Machinery health prognostics: A systematic review from data acquisition to RUL prediction.

2018. Yaguo Lei ? , Naipeng Li, Liang Guo, Ningbo Li, Tao Yan, Jing Lin

[3] Caesarendra, Wahyu, and Tegoeh Tjahjowidodo. "A review of feature extraction methods in

vibration-based condition monitoring and its application for degradation trend estimation of

low-speed slew bearing." Machines 5.4 (2017): 21.


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