Raghunathan Rengaswamy
Raghunathan Rengaswamy
Professor of Chemical Engineering, IIT Madras
Verified email at iitm.ac.in
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A review of process fault detection and diagnosis: Part I: Quantitative model-based methods
V Venkatasubramanian, R Rengaswamy, K Yin, SN Kavuri
Computers & chemical engineering 27 (3), 293-311, 2003
30312003
A review of process fault detection and diagnosis: Part III: Process history based methods
V Venkatasubramanian, R Rengaswamy, SN Kavuri, K Yin
Computers & chemical engineering 27 (3), 327-346, 2003
20262003
A review of process fault detection and diagnosis: Part II: Qualitative models and search strategies
V Venkatasubramanian, R Rengaswamy, SN Kavuri
Computers & chemical engineering 27 (3), 313-326, 2003
13702003
A syntactic pattern-recognition approach for process monitoring and fault diagnosis
R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 8 (1), 35-51, 1995
2031995
Locating sensors in complex chemical plants based on fault diagnostic observability criteria
R Raghuraj, M Bhushan, R Rengaswamy
AICHE journal 45 (2), 310-322, 1999
1781999
Fuzzy-logic based trend classification for fault diagnosis of chemical processes
S Dash, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Computers & Chemical Engineering 27 (3), 347-362, 2003
1702003
Application of signed digraphs-based analysis for fault diagnosis of chemical process flowsheets
MR Maurya, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 17 (5), 501-518, 2004
1592004
Robust and reliable estimation via unscented recursive nonlinear dynamic data reconciliation
P Vachhani, S Narasimhan, R Rengaswamy
Journal of process control 16 (10), 1075-1086, 2006
1552006
Fault diagnosis using dynamic trend analysis: A review and recent developments
MR Maurya, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Engineering Applications of artificial intelligence 20 (2), 133-146, 2007
1542007
A review of solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) dynamic models
D Bhattacharyya, R Rengaswamy
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 48 (13), 6068-6086, 2009
1502009
A systematic framework for the development and analysis of signed digraphs for chemical processes. 1. Algorithms and analysis
MR Maurya, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 42 (20), 4789-4810, 2003
1472003
Control loop performance assessment. 2. Hammerstein model approach for stiction diagnosis
R Srinivasan, R Rengaswamy, S Narasimhan, R Miller
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 44 (17), 6719-6728, 2005
1442005
A qualitative shape analysis formalism for monitoring control loop performance
R Rengaswamy, T Hägglund, V Venkatasubramanian
Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence 14 (1), 23-33, 2001
1352001
Recursive estimation in constrained nonlinear dynamical systems
P Vachhani, R Rengaswamy, V Gangwal, S Narasimhan
AIChE Journal 51 (3), 946-959, 2005
1162005
Approaches for efficient stiction compensation in process control valves
R Srinivasan, R Rengaswamy
Computers & Chemical Engineering 32 (1-2), 218-229, 2008
1082008
Solid oxide fuel cell modeling
A Gebregergis, P Pillay, D Bhattacharyya, R Rengaswemy
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 56 (1), 139-148, 2008
1062008
A signed directed graph-based systematic framework for steady-state malfunction diagnosis inside control loops
MR Maurya, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Chemical Engineering Science 61 (6), 1790-1810, 2006
1012006
Design of sensor location based on various fault diagnostic observability and reliability criteria
M Bhushan, R Rengaswamy
Computers & Chemical Engineering 24 (2-7), 735-741, 2000
1012000
A signed directed graph and qualitative trend analysis-based framework for incipient fault diagnosis
MR Maurya, R Rengaswamy, V Venkatasubramanian
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 85 (10), 1407-1422, 2007
1002007
A novel interval‐halving framework for automated identification of process trends
S Dash, MR Maurya, V Venkatasubramanian, R Rengaswamy
AIChE journal 50 (1), 149-162, 2004
932004
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