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Brian A. Weiss, Ph.D. (Fed)

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Prognostics and Health Management to Improve Resilient Manufacturing

October 23, 2020
Author(s)
Michael P. Brundage, Brian A. Weiss
Manufacturers need to be resilient to effectively mitigate substantial disruptions to manufacturing operations so they may remain competitive. Disruptions resulting from the COVID-19 global pandemic have caused manufacturers to experience new challenges

Asset Condition Management: A Framework for Smart, Health-Ready Manufacturing Systems

June 26, 2020
Author(s)
Nancy Diaz-Elsayed, Luis Hernandez, Ravi Rajamani, Brian Weiss
Unscheduled downtime in manufacturing systems can be a major source of lost productivity, profits, and, ultimately, reduced process quality and reliability. However, the incorporation of asset condition management (ACM) into manufacturing systems offers an

ACCURACY DEGRADATION ANALYSIS FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOT SYSTEMS

June 8, 2017
Author(s)
Guixiu Qiao, Brian A. Weiss
As robot systems become increasingly prevalent in manufacturing environments, the need for improved accuracy continues to grow. Recent accuracy improvements have greatly enhanced automotive and aerospace manufacturing capabilities, including high-precision

Identification of machine tool geometric performance using on-machine inertial measurements

June 7, 2017
Author(s)
Gregory W. Vogl, Radu Pavel, Andreas Archenti, Thomas J. Winnard, Matlock M. Mennu, Brian A. Weiss, M A. Donmez
Machine tools degrade during operations, yet accurately detecting degradation of machine components such as linear axes is typically a manual and time-consuming process. Thus, manufacturers need automated and efficient methods to diagnose the condition of