OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION.

T. Sata, Shozo Takata, J. H. Ahn

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Abstract

This paper describes a sound monitoring system which provides an untended manufacturing system with the function of overall monitoring to detect a wide range of abnormal occurrences. The system recognizes various operational sounds, including stationary sounds and shock sounds, using a speech recognition technique, and it then compares them with the expected operational sounds. To detect the emission of shock sounds which must be taken into the recognition system upon their emission, an algorithm using an autoregressive model is proposed. The experimental system was developed using a speech recognition printed circuit board equipped with special LSI hardware. The monitoring experiments are performed for the operation of a vertical machining center. The results show a considerably high rate of recognition for the sound of machine movements and the sounds of machining.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAmerican Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED
Place of PublicationNew York, NY, USA
PublisherASME (DSC v 4)
Pages279-289
Number of pages11
Volume23
Publication statusPublished - 1986
Externally publishedYes

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Acoustic waves
Monitoring
Speech recognition
Machining centers
Printed circuit boards
Machining
Hardware
Experiments

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering

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Sata, T., Takata, S., & Ahn, J. H. (1986). OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION. In American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED (Vol. 23, pp. 279-289). New York, NY, USA: ASME (DSC v 4).

OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION. / Sata, T.; Takata, Shozo; Ahn, J. H.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED. Vol. 23 New York, NY, USA : ASME (DSC v 4), 1986. p. 279-289.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Sata, T, Takata, S & Ahn, JH 1986, OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION. in American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED. vol. 23, ASME (DSC v 4), New York, NY, USA, pp. 279-289.
Sata T, Takata S, Ahn JH. OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION. In American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED. Vol. 23. New York, NY, USA: ASME (DSC v 4). 1986. p. 279-289
Sata, T. ; Takata, Shozo ; Ahn, J. H. / OPERATION MONITORING OF UNTENDED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS BY MEANS OF SOUND RECOGNITION. American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Production Engineering Division (Publication) PED. Vol. 23 New York, NY, USA : ASME (DSC v 4), 1986. pp. 279-289
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