PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE IN INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS USING DATA MINING WITH FUZZY LOGIC SYSTEMS
Abstract
In industrial systems, predictive maintenance has emerged as a crucial strategy to minimize downtime and optimize operational efficiency. This study explores the utilization of data mining techniques, specifically fuzzy logic systems, for predictive maintenance. The background section examines the importance of predictive maintenance in industrial contexts and highlights the limitations of traditional approaches. The methodology section outlines the process of employing fuzzy logic systems for predictive maintenance, including data preprocessing, feature selection, fuzzy rule generation, and model evaluation. The contribution of this research lies in providing a comprehensive framework for implementing predictive maintenance using fuzzy logic systems, offering insights into the integration of data mining techniques with industrial systems. Results demonstrate the effectiveness of the proposed methodology in accurately predicting maintenance needs and minimizing unplanned downtime. Findings suggest that fuzzy logic systems can enhance predictive maintenance capabilities by handling uncertainties and vagueness inherent in industrial data.

Authors
B. Selvalakshmi1, P. Vijayalakshmi2, N Subha3, T Balamani4
Tagore Engineering College, India1, Knowledge Institute of Technology, India2,3, M. Kumarasamy college of Engineering, India4

Keywords
Predictive Maintenance, Industrial Systems, Data Mining, Fuzzy Logic Systems, Operational Efficiency
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ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Soft Computing
( Volume: 14 , Issue: 4 , Pages: 3361 - 3367 )
Date of Publication :
April 2024
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