No Fault Found in Through-life Engineering Services
Publications List
Updated 18/2/2014
Dr Paul Phillips
Key
[Jx] – Published journal; [SJx] – Submitted journal; [IPJx] – In progress journal; [Cx] – Peer reviewed
conference; [Scx] – Conference paper in progress
Published Journal Articles
[J1]
Hockley, C., Phillips, P. (2012),The impact of No-Fault Found (NFF) on through-life engineering
services, International Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering, Vol 18 (2), pp.141-153
[J2]
Hockley, C. (2013), No fault found and air safety, The Annals of the MIRCE Akademy, ISBN 978-1904848-04-2
[J3]
Khan, S., Phillips, P., Hockley, C., Jennions, I. (2014), No Fault Found Events Part 1: Procedural,
cultural and commercial practices, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Vol 123, pp. 183 –
195
[J4]
Khan, S., Phillips, P., Hockley, C., Jennions, I. (2014), No Fault Found Events Part 2: Technical root
causes, testing and diagnostics, Reliability Engineering and System Safety, Vol 123, pp. 196 - 208
[J5]
Khan, S., Phillips, P., Jennions, I. (2014), Evaluating the impact of intermittent variations using
sensitivity analysis, International Journal of Condition Monitoring; Special Issue: Mathematical
Modelling for Condition Monitoring, Accepted 2nd December 2013
Submitted Journal Articles (Under review)
[SJ1]
Sedighi, T., Phillips, P., Foote, P. Unknown input observer based intermittent fault detection,
International Journal of Control (Under review - Submitted Sept 2013)
[SJ2]
Phillips, P. Technology innovations for aircraft ‘hard landing’ events, Aircraft Engineering &
Aerospace Science, (Under review - Submitted Sept 2013)
[SJ3]
Phillips, P., Khan, S., Hockley, C. Phase space reconstruction based intermittent fault diagnostics,
Journal of Soft Computing, (Under review - Submitted Oct 2013)
[SJ4]
Khan, S., Phillips, P., Hockley, C. Research study on an industry-university collaboration on ‘No
Fault Found’ Events, International Journal of Quality in Maintenance Engineering, (Under review
- Submitted Jan 2014)
Journal Articles in Progress
Article information subject to change
[IPJ1]
Phillips,P., The science of No Fault Found: The fundamental axioms of the phenomenon,
Reliability Engineering and System Safety, (Submission expected 10th March 2014)
[IPJ2]
Phillips,P., The true nature of No Fault Found root causes, Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic
Engineering (COMADEM), Invited article (Submission expected 1st March 2014)
[IPJ3]
Sedighi, T., Phillips, P., Foote, P. Title TBC, Condition Monitoring and Diagnostic Engineering
(COMADEM), Invited article (Submission expected 1st March 2014)
[IPJ4]
Phillips, P., Khan, S. The taxonomy of No Fault Found, International Journal of Quality in
Maintenance Engineering, (Submission expected 28th March 2014)
Peer Reviewed Published Conference Articles
[C1]
Hockley, C., Phillips, P. (2012), Current research activity on the impact of No Fault Found on
maintenance effectiveness, The Machine Failure and Prevention Technology Conference, PHM:
Driving Efficient Operations and Maintenance, Dayton, Ohio, USA, April 2012
[C2]
Khan, S., Phillips, P., Hockley, C., Jennions, I. (2012), No Fault Found, Retest OK, Cannot
Duplicate orFault Not Found? –Towards a Standardised Taxonomy, The 1st International
Conference for Through-life Engineering Services, Shrivenham, UK, 5th – 6th November 2012
[C3]
Syed, W. A., Khan, S., Phillips, P., Perinpanayagam, S. (2013), Intermittent fault finding
strategies, PROCEDIA CIRP, Vol 11, pp. 74- 79. The 2nd International Conference for Through-life
Engineering Services, Cranfield, UK, 5th – 6th November 2013
[C4]
Fedrick, V., Phillips, P., Hockley, C. (2013), The contribution of test and analysis to the No Fault
Found (NFF) issue within the UK MOD, PROCEDIA CIRP, Vol 13, pp. 80 -85. The 2nd International
Conference for Through-life Engineering Services, Cranfield, UK, 5th – 6th November 2013
[C5]
Sedighi, T., Phillips, P., Foote, P. (2013), Model based intermittent fault detection, PROCEDIA
CIRP, Vol 11, pp. 68 -73, The 2nd International Conference for Through-life Engineering Services,
Cranfield, UK, 5th – 6th November 2013
Peer Reviewed Conference Articles in Process
[SC1]
Sedighi, T, Phillips, P., Foote, P. (2014), The performance of high-gain residuals for detecting
intermittent faults (the limitations), 19th World Congress of the International Federation of
Automatic Control (IFAC2014), 24th August 2014, South Africa. (Full paper submitted)
[SC2]
Hockley, (2014), Solving the cost of No Fault Found in the UK Ministry of Defence, The Machine
failure and Prevention technology Conference, USA, April 2014. (Full paper submitted)
[SC3]
Pickthall, N., Phillips, P. (2014), The contribution of human factors on No Fault Found within
complex engineering systems, The 3rd international Conference on Through-life Engineering
Services, Cranfield UK, 5th – 6th November 2014, (Abstract submitted)
[SC4]
Phillips,P. (2014), Multi-physics modelling and simulation of an electrical connector, The 3rd
international Conference on Through-life Engineering Services, Cranfield UK, 5th – 6th November
2014, (Abstract submitted)
[SC5]
Ahmad, W., S., Khan, S. Jennions, I., Perinpanayagam, S., Phillips,P., (2014), Experimental studies
into intermittent faults and degradation in electrical connectors, The 3rd international
Conference on Through-life Engineering Services, Cranfield UK, 5th – 6th November 2014,
(Abstract submitted)
[SC6]
Sedighi, T, Phillips, P., Foote, P. (2014), Intermittent fault detection and prediction on an
experimental aircraft fuel system using Bayesian networks, The 3rd international Conference on
Through-life Engineering Services, Cranfield UK, 5th – 6th November 2014, (Abstract submitted)
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