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“…The model used as the basis of the design in this paper is obtained from the RECOVER benchmark which was used in the GARTEUR FM-AG16 project [15]. The RECOVER model represents a Boeing 747-100/200 aircraft where the underlying mathematical model and the flight physics data were obtained from NASA [22], [23].…”
Section: Controller Design and Implementation Issuesmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The model used as the basis of the design in this paper is obtained from the RECOVER benchmark which was used in the GARTEUR FM-AG16 project [15]. The RECOVER model represents a Boeing 747-100/200 aircraft where the underlying mathematical model and the flight physics data were obtained from NASA [22], [23].…”
Section: Controller Design and Implementation Issuesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Recent developments in FTC within Europe include the successful (GARTEUR) FM-AG16 programme [15]. This consortium of different academic institutions and industries based in Europe, tested various state-of-the-art control strategies on the SIMONA Research Simulator (SRS).…”
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confidence: 99%
“…4 The motivation in designing fault-tolerant systems has been driven by problems observed in aircraft control systems, for which particular automatic fault accommodation strategies are needed to guide pilots, and prevent the development of simple faults into severe failures which may lead to accidents. 5,6 FTC has been studied extensively in the literature; [7][8][9][10] however, interest spiked especially in the late 90s and early 2000s, 3,[11][12][13] with applications starting to become prevalent especially in safety-critical systems with the increase in computational power and advancements in sensor technology. 14,15 Today, fault-tolerant systems are widely used in numerous fields including aircrafts, 6,16,17 mechatronics, 18 power plants, 19,20 spacecrafts, [21][22][23][24] and industrial plants producing hazardous materials such as nuclear plants.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…One of the reasons is due to its robustness properties with respect to certain classes of uncertainty -co-called matched uncertainty. Recent work in the area of fault tolerant control (see for example [1,2]) has shown its potential through actual implementation on realistic engineering systems -despite the scepticism often associated with the so called 'chattering problem'. Recent work in the field of FDD under the auspice of an European project called 'Advanced Fault Diagnosis for Sustainable Flight Guidance and Control' (ADDSAFE) has attempted to take 'proof of concept' sliding mode schemes, to the next level by undertaking a formal industrial evaluation to assess its technical readiness.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%