Condition monitoring and fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) tools play an important role in detecting conditions that would affect the operability of the engine. In this case study, different signal based FDD techniques are implemented for fault condition monitoring of internal combustion engines (ICE). The implementation of diagnostics for the engine in an automated form has important consequences that include cost savings, higher reliability and reduction of GHG emissions.

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