Knowledge-based system aided evaluation of replica results in terms of remaining life assessment of power plant components

Alexandar Jovanovic, K. Maile, M. Frieman, Pertti Auerkari, M. Vrhovac, Juhani Rantala, S. Gehl, R. Viswanathan

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    Abstract

    The expert system for remaining life assessment addresses the problem related to possible failures of high temperature pressurized components such as piping and pipework subcomponents in power and other industrial plants. The goals, structure, main parts, and step in the analysis of the expert system are described.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationSafety and Reliability of Plant Technology with Special Emphasis on Nuclear Technology
    Subtitle of host publicationSafely Aspects for Long Operational Life and New Reactor Concepts
    EditorsE. Kussmaul
    Place of PublicationStuttgart
    PublisherMaterials Testing Institute University of Stuttgart MPA
    Pages48.1-48.24
    Volume2
    Publication statusPublished - 1992
    MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication
    Event18th MPA-seminar Safety and Reliability of Plant Technology - Stuttgart, Germany
    Duration: 8 Oct 19929 Oct 1992

    Seminar

    Seminar18th MPA-seminar Safety and Reliability of Plant Technology
    CountryGermany
    CityStuttgart
    Period8/10/929/10/92

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    Jovanovic, A., Maile, K., Frieman, M., Auerkari, P., Vrhovac, M., Rantala, J., Gehl, S., & Viswanathan, R. (1992). Knowledge-based system aided evaluation of replica results in terms of remaining life assessment of power plant components. In E. Kussmaul (Ed.), Safety and Reliability of Plant Technology with Special Emphasis on Nuclear Technology: Safely Aspects for Long Operational Life and New Reactor Concepts (Vol. 2, pp. 48.1-48.24). Materials Testing Institute University of Stuttgart MPA.