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Bearing Fault Detection based on Internet of Things using Convolutional Neural Network
, F. M. Javed Mehedi Shamrat, Md. Masum Billah, Rasel Ahammad,

Abstract: In the age of the industrial revolution, industry and machinery are elements of the utmost importance to the development of human civilization. As industries are dependent on their machines, regular maintenance of these machines is required. However, if the machine is too big for humans to look after, we need a system that will observe these giants. This paper proposes a convolutional neural network-based system that detects faults in industrial machines by diagnosing motor sounds using accelerometers sensors. The sensors collect data from the machines and augment the data into 261756 samples to train (70%) and test (30%) the models for better accuracy. The sensor data are sent to the server through the wireless sensor network and decomposed using discrete wavelet transformation (DWT). This big data is processed to detect faults. The study shows that custom CNN architectures surpass the performance of the transfer learning-based MobileNetV2 fault diagnosis model. The system could successfully detect faults with up to 99.64% accuracy and 99.83% precision with the MobileNetV2 pre-trained on the ImageNet Dataset. However, the Convolutional 1D and 2D architectures perform excellently with 100% accuracy and 100 % precision.

Accuracy; convolution 1D; convolution 2D; data loss; faulty machinery; mobileNetV2; precision
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International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications
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