Predict and Prevent Asset Failure using Aspen Mtell

Course Id:  APR101   |   Duration:  3.00 day(s)   |   CEUs Awarded:  2.1   |   Level:  Introductory


Course Objective

This course will help you prepare for the certification exam and the exam fee is waived with this course.
The Aspen Mtell application is a condition monitoring solution that uses automated Machine Learning to stop machines breaking down, makes them last longer, reduces maintenance costs, and increases the net product output of any process.

In this training, learn the Aspen Mtell easy implementation methodology so you can automatically create many Machine Learning Agents for a single asset with one-click. Practice automatic Agent tuning for the best accuracy and earliest detection of excursions from normal behavior, and the precise patterns that match degrading conditions that lead to failure

Course Overview

  • Configure Mtell and develop the appropriate plant floor equipment hierarchy and taxonomy to facilitate Condition Monitoring
  • Set up alert notification strategies and custom monitoring displays
  • Perform conditioning and analysis of time-series sensor data
  • Build and deploy advanced condition monitoring strategies
  • Implement Operator Maintenance Advisory capabilities enabling operators to track open work orders and create work requests directly from their own user interface

Audience

Engineers, Consultants or Managers focused on Preventative Maintenance and System Reliability.

Approach

  • Clear guidance on fundamental topics
  • Industry workflows
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Experienced instructor-guided demonstrations
  • Q&A on student-specific problem

Class Schedule

Class Agenda

APR101: Predict and Prevent Asset Failure using Aspen Mtell

Introduction/Overview
  • Explain the purpose of using Aspen Mtell
  • Define key terminology used in explaining the behavior of the application
  • Identify the main applications used to control Aspen Mtell
  • Describe the software architecture
  • Explain the workflow for the standard implementation strategy
Mtell SQL Server Database
  • Generate a new Aspen Mtell database
  • Switch between Aspen Mtell databases
  • Workshop: Create a new Mtell Database
Aspen Mtell System Manager
  • Open and Navigate the Aspen Mtell System Manager
  • Set up basic settings used by Aspen Mtell
  • Prepare CSV files for systems where live EAM and Historian connections are not available
  • Workshop: Configure Connections and Preferences
Aspen Mtell Agent Builder
  • Open and navigate the Aspen Mtell Agent Builder
  • Import and Update Work Order Details
  • Explain the Purpose of an Equipment Set Profile
  • Workshop: Import CSV Files
Equipment Set Profile
  • Understand the Purpose of an Equipment Set Profile
  • Build an Equipment Set Profile from Scratch
  • Import an Equipment Set Profile
  • Explain the Hierarchy below the Equipment Set Profile
  • Workshop: Generate Equipment Set Profile
  • Workshop: Import and Clean Data
Machine Learning (ML) Agents
  • Identify Machine Learning Agents
  • Understand the Purpose of each ML Agent
  • List the Expected Inputs and Outputs of Each ML Agent
  • Explain how the Different ML Agents work together
  • Optimize the performance of each Machine Learning Agent
  • Workshop: Generate and Analyze a Hidden Failure Agent
  • Workshop: Generate and Tune Anomaly Agents
  • Workshop: Generate and Tune Failure Agents
Rule Analysis
  • Analyze Excursions from previous agents
  • Run Excursion analysis to verify alarm condition of a potential agent
  • Generate rule-based agents
  • Deploy agents live
  • Workshop: Analyze a Univariate Excursion
  • Workshop: Deploy Agents Live
Mtell View
  • Understand the Purpose of and Use for Mtell View
  • Launch Mtell View and Navigate the User Interface
  • Acknowledge Alerts
  • Create and Use a Custom Process View
  • Workshop: Review Alerts in Mtell View
  • Workshop: Create a Custom Dashboard
Appendix
  • Key Definitions
  • Create Database by Running SQL Scripts
  • Using CSV Files in Lieu of Live Connections
  • Enabling the Aspen Mtell Log Manager
 

Aspen Technology, Inc. awards Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for training classes conducted by our organization. One CEU is granted for every 10 hours of class participation.