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Volume 2: Controls, Diagnostics and Instrumentation; Cycle Innovations; Electric Power
Recent technology reviews have identified the need for objective assessments of engine health management (EHM) technology. The need is two-fold: technology developers require relevant data and problems to design and validate new algorithms and techniques while engine system integrators and operators need practical tools to direct development and then evaluate the effectiveness of proposed solutions. This paper presents a publicly available gas path diagnostic benchmark problem that has beendoi:10.1115/gt2008-51360 fatcat:uv646kw5bbex7p4lbieamrryae