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ISO 13381-1

Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines Prognostics Part 1: General guidelines

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Organization: ISO
Publication Date: 15 September 2015
Status: active
Page Count: 28
ICS Code (Vibrations, shock and vibration measurements): 17.160
scope:

This part of ISO 13381 provides guidance for the development and application of prognosis processes. It is intended to

- allow developers, providers, users and manufacturers to share common concepts of prognostics,

- enable users to determine the data, characteristics, processes and behaviours necessary for accurate prognosis,

- outline appropriate approaches and processes to prognostics development, and

- introduce prognostics concepts in order to facilitate future systems and training.

Other parts will include the introduction of concepts of the following forms of prognostic approaches: performance changes (trending) approaches (ISO 13381-2), cyclic-driven life usage techniques (ISO 13381-3), and useful-life-remaining models (ISO 13381-4).

Document History

ISO 13381-1
September 15, 2015
Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines Prognostics Part 1: General guidelines
This part of ISO 13381 provides guidance for the development and application of prognosis processes. It is intended to — allow developers, providers, users and manufacturers to share common concepts...
November 1, 2004
Condition monitoring and diagnostics of machines Prognostics Part 1: General guidelines
This International Standard provides guidance for the development of prognosis processes. It is intended — to allow the users and manufacturers of condition monitoring and diagnostics systems to...

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