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Hola a tod@s.


En un par de dias, llega Noviembre, ahora el (11) onceavo mes del año, un mes con muy, pero muy buena vibra y mi mes favorito.

Por eso, quiero pedirte algo, un favor, piensa en algo bueno, piensa en buena vibra, buena energia, ahora liberala al universo haciendola real, haz algo positivo por ti, por la naturaleza o por otra persona, un buen pensamiento, ojala no solo hoy sino que sea por siempre.

Gracias por eso; la forma en la que puedo ayudarte por esa buena vibra liberada es con un poco de conocimiento, por eso, inscribete gratuitamente en mi curso de Labview Core I & Labview Core II en UDEMY, esta catalogado como uno de los mejores cursos de Labview en Espanol en la web, este software es usado por el colisionador de adrones (acelerador de particulas en el CERN-Suiza) y fue el mismo que utilice para disenar muchos proyectos de avionica militar y de automatizacion industrial, es una poderosa herramienta. 

No olvides valorar el trabajo dedicado a la creacion de este contenido para ti, que es un regalo.

Un consejo mas, NO te detengas en la busqueda de conocimiento que te haga mejor profesional, pero sobre todo, no te detengas en la busqueda de conocimiento que te haga mejor persona para que ayudes a la sociedad y al universo.

Dale click al siguiente enlace.



El link solo estara activo por un tiempo limitado, que tengas un grandioso dia y un grandioso mes de noviembre.

Desde Luxemburgo, au revoir ;)


PS: El acceso a este aprendizaje no requiere de ningun tipo de inscripción.


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Fuzzy Self Adaptative PID controllers design

Hi everybody, do you ewant to learn about Fuzzy Self Adaptative PID controllers design?

Dont forget give me five with your likes, visit my post:

https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/fuzzy-self-adaptive-pid-controllers-carlos-javier-moreno-gomez/

best regards.

Labview Core I & II, cheap training

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Creation of PDF reports, no more excel or HTML, DataBases, I2C, arduino and more...

Gracias a los mas de 140.000 visitantes al blog

Ahora con un promedio de 1000 visitantes por mes actualmente, hace poco el blog superó los 280.000 visitantes desde su creación en 2009 cuando un día de junio empezó este hobby, recibiendo visitas de todas partes del mundo.

Mil gracias a todos los lectores, espero ser mas juicioso con sus correos, a continuación una imagen del ultimo año que muestra visitantes de todos los continentes.





Un abrazo fraternal.

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Articles | 16 Question Survey | ReliabilityWeb.com: A Culture of Reliability



What amazing article, just 16 questions that in deeply manner could change everything in your organization, and is interesting for us because in a little part is related to the Campbell's maintenance excellence matrix in order to improve our reliability and maintenance programs.



Little changes could result in big improvements, starting in the study of little defects... interesting, very interesting is the evidence of world class organizations.



Best regards.

Happy new year 2014

I just want to say... Happy new year 2014 for everybody.

Best regards.

Carlos Javier Moreno Gomez
carlosjmorenog@gmail.com

¿Do you want to become an IEEE autor?

I found this funny picture at the web...sometimes true, so I prefer Science direct or springer link for the same purpose...enjoy!!!

Finally I get my CLAD National Instruments certification

During 2008 I remember when I was searching information about the Certified Labview associate developer program in my country... in that time there was some problems with that certification due National instruments hadn't representative office for that activity.

After of callings and letters, finally I get all the information, was necessary to go to Brazil... the only country in south America with the enable program in that moment... off course I didnt the exam in 2008, but finally after of 5 years the program was implemmented in my country, I did the exam and... Finally I get my certification :).

I like very much the National instruments technology because is very easy to implement and test many complex system using their technology... so right now I'm happy because Im a certified Labview Associate developer, probably  in the next few months I will be doing the CLD certification.



What are you waiting? The CLAD exam is waiting for you :)

See yaa

Experts systems and artificial intelligence applied to interpretation and diagnosis in complex mechatronics systems

Hi everybody, as you know I am Electronics engineer with a strong background in control systems, instrumentation and industrial automation and also I am finishing my masters degree in mechanical engineering, you know I love the mechatronics engineering and their role in the actual technical world, 
today I want to show you some of the results that I found in my masters thesis project called, "Design, implementation and evaluation of a expert systems applied for failure analysis in mechanical elements" (Axis, gears, bearings and boilers), in that thesis project I´m comparing three different inference engines as a artificial intelligence strategy for diagnosis and interpretation:

The finish document is here http://www.bdigital.unal.edu.co/45143/
And here there is a paper (you can download for free the pdf for the next 50 days) about this work published in the engineering failure analysis journal Science direct.
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1350630715001089

1. Clasic inference engine: based in modus tollens and modus ponens rules.
2. Fuzzy inference engine: Based on a previous comparation between sugeno and mamdani inference engines.
3. Bayesian inference engine, based on bayesian networks.

The system that I developed for axis has got 4 modules:Fracture, corrosion, wear and plastic modules.

Acordding to the different test that I did, I am very surprised because the bayesian inference engine have been the better behavior compares with the clasic and fuzzy inference engine, is amazing how the system solves complex cases of interpretation of evidence in many failure analysis process, Im  using a lot of failure analysis cases from the National University of Colombia (AFIS group have been resolved cases for many industries like Oil & gas, automotive and complex heavy industries).

At the end of my thesis ,probably 2 months, :)I will post the final results, this research project also could be implemented in other engineering fileds (instrumentation, automation and control systems) with amazing results.

I think that in the near future the applied cibernetics as artificial intelligence will be the win ticket for many companies thart spend a lot of money and time designing experts systems for their engineering optimization, honestly I think that artificial intelligence is the future for those industries.

Do you want to see a print screen of my system?

1. An example of bayesian network just for fracture module in axis:


2. Take a look around of the wear module, few questions are necesary to identify the failure mode, based in the knowledge base:  


3. After of the analysis according to the evidence for example for adhesive failure wear mode the system shows the following fault three analysis FTA.(for more information of FTA analsysis read the certified realiability engineer handbook)



The GUI was developed using Matlab/Simulink GUIDE (Bayesian and fuzzy) and C#+Amzi! Prolog (clasic inference). The work has been hard.

The most interesting result in this research masters project is the integration of a lot of my passions in one project as Electronics engineering, mechanical engineering, software develop and control systems, maintenance and reliability knowledge...

Some Oil & Gas companies are interested to implement this system in those industries for interpretation and diagnosis in their specific process (alarm management, Safety Instrumentation systems, control systems), I will be waiting for new challenges :)


15.000 visitors...unbelievable!!!

I can't belive it, i'm glad and I appreciate it... more of 15.000 visitors since the blog was opened, when I was writing the first messages, I never thought that one day the number of readers will be greater than probably 1000 or 2000 visitors... is amazing how the web open the world at your desk.

Best regards.

Merry Christmas



Merry christmas for all of my readers and thanks a lot for your time, I wish that the next year will be a success year for all of you.

Best regards.

Fuzzy adaptative PID controller test

I want to show you this paper that I made, using the original paper “Temperature Control System Based on Fuzzy Self-Adaptive PID Controller” by Xin H. et al ,presented in the Third International Conference on Genetic and Evolutionary Computing (2009).

During the test and review process I found an error because the authors in the original paper dont used the error input in the adaptative fuzzy PID parameters so... how they can show the result without this error input ? I wrote to the  authors telling them this error but I have not received any answer. 

Enjoy the document is interesting, the document is in spanish...



Mechatronics and the Role of Engineers - ASME

Mechatronics and the Role of Engineers - ASME

An interesting review about the most wonderful and great ocupation for me around the world, the mechatronics engineering.


The mechatronics engineering acording to my personal point of view, is just the exotic juice of differents fields of knowledge, I am glad to be part of that.   Best regards   Carlos Javier Moreno Gomez

Failure is not an option

During my last training and research in failure analysis and reliability engineering program, I found a material from Case Western Reserve University (Mechanical and aerospace department),in this case is a failure analysis podcast... the podcast has got the following description:

"Methods and procedures for determining the basic causes of failures in structures and components. Recognition of fractures and excessive deformations in terms of their nature and origin. Development and full characterization of fractures. Legal ethical, and professional aspects of failures from service."

I think that is an interesting material, due you could to learn any where with this podcast, so I want to give you the link for this interesting podcast.
http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/emse-511-failure-analysis/id386066906

The picture is just for fun, when I was in Space Center Houston I read a shirt with the message, always I remember it...

Enjoy the podcast.

Rgds.

A little project for failure analysis in Mechanical Elements using Catia

Hi, right now I'm working with a wonderful software called Catia, is a powerful tool for mechanic and metchatronics design developed by Dassault Systémes in France.

I made this little example using Catia, the next step is to make a Finite Element Analisys (FEA) using Catia.


I wonder... is possible to simulate a craking propagation using FEA for Failure Analysis in a boiler or some mechanical element using Catia? I'll to work on that goal...

For more information about Catia visit www.catia.ru

See you...

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Articles | 10 Things You Can Do Right Now To Improve Reliability | ReliabilityWeb.com: A Culture of Reliability

The certified reliability engineer handbook

Today I will recommend you the following book The Certified Reliability Engineer Handbook.

Reliability engineers are professionals who understand the principles of performance evaluation and prediction to improve product/systems safety, reliability, and maintainability. This handbook’s chapters and sections match the Body of Knowledge (BOK) specified for ASQ’s Reliability Engineer certification, which includes design review and control; prediction, estimation, and apportionment methodology; failure mode effects and analysis; the planning, operation, and analysis of reliability testing and field failures, including mathematical modeling; understanding human factors in reliability; and the ability to develop and administer reliability information systems for failure analysis, design and performance improvement, and reliability program management over the entire product life cycle.

http://www.asq.org/quality-press/display-item/index.html?item=H1304

Right now I'm reading this book and I think is a good choise whom loves the maintenance and reliability engineering.

Labview - Stepping Motors and Labview

I made a little application in Labview for stepping motors, I used the local variables for the shift registers.



The application was made in spanish and using labview 8.6.
link: Go to application

Enjoy, See you...

VFD Micromaster 430 Siemens

Hi this is a litlle material about VFD (Siemens micromaster 430 series). Its very interesting because in the real world the parameter procces is the same of the simulator I wordked with the micromaster 440 in some industrial applications.

In this site you can be able to configure and explore the principal functions of the VFD.

GO : AC Drives Siemens


Corrective Maintenance AC Drives (Variable-Frequency Drive - VFD)

In this little tutorial, I show you... How to make a diagnosis of the IGBT's for a Variable Frecuency Drive?

This is a typical electrical configuration for a VFD...
Figure 1. A typical electrical conections in VFD

The Input power is a three-phase input (208V,440V/60Hz), the rectifier circuit converts the input in a DC input (this rectifier is a 6 pulsations rectifier), the fixed DC voltage is a Capacitor whose mission is to establish the DC reference, and now the Inverter Circuit... remember that the IGBT is a semiconductor device with characteristics of mosfest (the controls gate) and BJT (the current output), often the IGBT have a Diode for protection in the current discharges.

How can you probe if the IGBT is fine or not? easy... If the diode of each IGBT is fine the IGBT is fine, if the diode fail, probably the IGBT is damaged.

Figure 2. Connection terminals VFD

Procedure
1. Attention -Turn OFF disconnect the VFD system from Three phase input.
2. Using the figure 1, and figure 2... measure with a multimeter "diode mode" at terminals DC+ (red terminal) and U, V and W (black terminal). See the figure 3.
Figure 3. First Measurement
if the Diode is fine each measured is OL... the diode is polarized negative way.

3. Using the figure 1, and figure 2... measure with a multimeter "diode mode" at terminals DC+ (black terminal) and U,V and W (red terminal). See the figure 4.
Figure 4. Second Measurement
if the Diode is fine each measured is 04V-0.6V.

4. Using the figure 1, and figure 2... measure with a multimeter "diode mode" at terminals DC- (red terminal) and U, V, and W (black terminal). See the figure 5.
Figure 5. Third Measurement
if the Diode is fine each measured is 04V-0.6V.

5. Using the figure 1, and figure 2... measure with a multimeter "diode mode" at terminals DC- (black terminal) and U, V, and W (red terminal). See the figure 6.

Figure 6. Fourth Measurement
if the Diode is fine each measured is OL.
End of this tutorial.