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4 November 2020 The Design of Marine Machinery Based on the Design Theory of Monitorability
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Yang, J., 2020. The design of marine machinery based on the design theory of monitorability. In: Li, L. and Huang, X. (eds.), Sustainable Development in Coastal Regions: A Perspective of Environment, Economy, and Technology. Journal of Coastal Research, Special Issue No. 112, pp. 333-336. Coconut Creek (Florida), ISSN 0749-0208.

With the rapid development of science and technology, the mechanical device of marine ship system is gradually improving to the direction of large-scale, complexity and high parameter, which will introduce more unpredictable factors. With the continuous progress of signal acquisition technology, sensor technology and signal processing technology, ship condition monitoring and fault diagnosis technology has become the main research direction. Therefore, we must test and control the mechanical design of the ship, which will avoid threatening the safety of the ship due to the failure of the mechanical system. Through the mechanical design monitoring and control, the marine ship will improve the reliability, maintainability, supportability, safety and economy of the system, which will effectively prevent, control and eliminate various faults and play the maximum effect of the machinery. Based on the design theory of monitorability, this paper describes the monitorability of marine ships in the conventional mechanical system, which will enhance the capability of condition monitoring and fault diagnosis of mechanical system engineering. Through the inspection and control of ship machinery, we can improve the safety of marine ships, which will adapt to the increasingly complex and huge marine ship system.

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Junkai Yang "The Design of Marine Machinery Based on the Design Theory of Monitorability," Journal of Coastal Research 112(sp1), 333-336, (4 November 2020).
Received: 30 June 2020; Accepted: 3 August 2020; Published: 4 November 2020

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