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World Tribology Congress III, Volume 2
Current on-board condition monitoring systems for transmission systems often fail to provide sufficient time between warning and failure in order to implement the safety procedures. On the other hand, inaccurate interpretation of operational conditions may result in false alarms leading to unnecessary repairs and downtime. The early detection of incipient failure in a transmission system is of great practical importance as it permits scheduled inspections without costly shutdowns and indicatesdoi:10.1115/wtc2005-64125 fatcat:wxbwskgmgbhn3avih6edmdj36a