2010
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-11690-2_15
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Abstract: We consider the problem of designing residual generators with least dynamical orders to solve actuator fault detection and isolation problems for a Boeing 747-100/200 aircraft. The main result of our analysis is the proof of feasibility of the complete isolation of all primary actuator/surface faults in the nominal case by using a minimal number of additional surface angle sensors. The analysis of the nominal case provides residual filter specifications which can be employed in a more realistic design, where r… Show more

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“…Earlier studies investigated how dynamic and semi-static models could be used for diagnosis of control surface faults on this family of aircraft (Hansen and Blanke, 2012) and the issue has been dealt with for large aircraft with hydraulic actuators in (Varga, 2010). For small aircraft with uncertain or lacking model information, an adaptive and very simple model of this relationship was found useful .…”
Section: Control Surface or Actuator Defectmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Earlier studies investigated how dynamic and semi-static models could be used for diagnosis of control surface faults on this family of aircraft (Hansen and Blanke, 2012) and the issue has been dealt with for large aircraft with hydraulic actuators in (Varga, 2010). For small aircraft with uncertain or lacking model information, an adaptive and very simple model of this relationship was found useful .…”
Section: Control Surface or Actuator Defectmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Assume that the actuator/surface FDI problem is solved through one of the existing methods in literature . It is required to design TSKF for state vector estimation and actuator/surface fault identification.…”
Section: Design Of Two‐stage Kalman Filter For State Vector Estimatiomentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The proposed method requires the FDI block for realization. It is assumed that a single actuator is chosen via one of the existing methods in literature .…”
Section: Design Of Two‐stage Kalman Filter For State Vector Estimatiomentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…13,[26][27][28][29] This holds also for related FDI work. 30,31 A book about the work and results of GARTEUR FM-AG(16) is in preparation for publication in the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences series by Springer-Verlag.…”
Section: 25mentioning
confidence: 99%