With considerable potential to achieve persistent energy savings at 'negative' cost, automated fault detection & diagnostics (AFDD) and commissioning procedures could provide the key to immediate and significant emission cuts from the built environment.
What does FD stand for?
FD stands for Fault Detection
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BACKGROUND In the last 15 years, the development of robust automated fault detection and diagnosis (FDD) methods applicable to HVAC&R equipment has been an area of active research, and several papers have been written on the issue (Comstock et al.
Along with the two general talks (on thinking "out of the box" in error tolerance and error tolerance in razor processors) general topics include field analysis and modeling, scan design and test data compression, reconfiguration, error correcting codes and circuits, fault detection and tolerance for sensor and flash memory, delay fault test and timing considerations, defect and fault tolerant design in QCA circuits, interconnect test, approaches for soft errors, online and concurrent fault detection, fault and error tolerant systems, test scheduling and software-based test, and testing and design for analog circuits.
After developing the concept for an automated commissioning tool, NIST partnered with CSTB to code the fault detection algorithm, develop the graphical user interface, and test the prototype tool on a real system.
The ODAC 33TRIO system includes high sensitivity fault detection.
NIST has developed two fault detection and diagnostic tools to assist operators in monitoring the performance of Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning systems: Air Handling Unit Performance Assessment Rules (APAR) and Variable Air Volume (VAV) Box Performance Assessment Control Charts (VPACC).