This vibration dataset was generated with a seeded-fault experimental test undertaken in the Helicopter Transmission Test Facility (HTTF) at DSTG – Melbourne, Australia. The dataset was previously released as the HUMS2023 Data Challenge within the 13th DSTG International Conference on Health and Usage Monitoring, part of the Australian International Aerospace Congress (AIAC20 2023).
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