AI Driven Reliability

Presented By

Andrey Kostyukov - DYNAMICS Scientific Production Center USA, Inc.

Conference: Galveston 2019

nature of errors of degradation process recognitionThe reliability theory has been developing almost 70 years, and all the time people attempt to find out an instance when equipment should fail to be able to prevent its breakdown. Since the middle of 50’s last century, a lot of instruments have been developed: vibration pens, portable analyzers, protection, and condition monitoring systems. Notwithstanding, even if all these instruments are in use, the probability of failure hasn’t been reducing dramatically because of several reasons. Nowadays, some AI systems promise to solve this problem, however, their developers meet either poor and insufficient data or wrong data which is almost or completely not related with a lifespan of a certain piece of equipment. As result, statistics-based algorithms don’t work relevant to an assignment, and their assessment of the probability of failure is seldom more than 50-60%. So, to be able to provide an accurate diagnosis of machinery health, the algorithms of AI should be developed on physics-based rules of degradation. Scientific researches are first, and AI is second. In this connection, there are three topics will be considered in this report: nature of errors of degradation process recognition, a system with physics-based AI, cases of facility’s operation under real-time diagnostics of machinery’s lifespan.



ANDREY KOSTYUKOV graduated from Omsk State University with a Master’s degree in Management in 2001 and earned a PhD in Economics with the dissertation “Organizational and economic mechanism of equipment’s operation under real-time state monitoring.” In 2015 he was appointed as CEO and joined to the Board of Directors of DYNAMICS SPC Ltd. In 2016 he helped establish the subsidiary DYNAMICS Scientific Production Center USA, Inc. a Texas corporation with headquarter in Houston, TX, where he currently holds the position of a President. Andrey is the author of one book and 104 articles for the leading magazines and theses for industry conferences.

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