The diagnosis of new diseases is a challenging problem. In the early stage of the emergence of new diseases, there are few case samples; this may lead to the low accuracy of intelligent diagnosis. Because of the advantages of support vector machine (SVM) in dealing with small sample problems, it is selected for the intelligent diagnosis method. The standard SVM diagnosis model updating needs to retrain all samples. It costs huge storage and calculation costs and is difficult to adapt to the changing reality. In order to solve this problem, this paper proposes a new disease diagnosis method based on Fuzzy SVM incremental learning. According to SVM theory, the support vector set and boundary sample set related to the SVM diagnosis model are extracted. Only these sample sets are considered in incremental learning to ensure the accuracy and reduce the cost of calculation and storage. To reduce the impact of noise points caused by the reduction of training samples, FSVM is used to update the diagnosis model, and the generalization is improved. The simulation results on the banana dataset show that the proposed method can improve the classification accuracy from 86.4% to 90.4%. Finally, the method is applied in COVID-19’s diagnostic. The diagnostic accuracy reaches 98.2% as the traditional SVM only gets 84%. With the increase of the number of case samples, the model is updated. When the training samples increase to 400, the number of samples participating in training is only 77; the amount of calculation of the updated model is small.
Renewable energy is being adopted worldwide, and the proportion of offshore wind turbines is increasing. Offshore wind turbines operate in harsh weather conditions, resulting in various failures and high maintenance costs. In this paper, a condition diagnosis model for condition monitoring of an offshore wind turbine has been developed. The generator, main bearing, pitch system, and yaw system were selected as components subject to the condition monitoring by considering the failure rate and downtime of the wind turbine. The condition diagnosis model works by comparing real-time and predictive operating data of the wind turbine, and about four years of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) data from a 2 MW wind turbine was used to develop the model. A deep neural network and an artificial neural network were used as machine learning to predict the operational data in the condition diagnosis model, and a confusion matrix was used to measure the accuracy of the failure determination. As a result of the condition monitoring derived by inputting SCADA data to the designed system, it was possible to maintain the failure determination accuracy of more than 90%. The proposed condition monitoring system will be effectively utilized for the maintenance of wind turbines.