DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.413-414.3
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Abstract: Animals possess the function of self-recovery for adapting the change in their living conditions. Can machinery, by bionic design, just like animals, also possess the function of self-recovery for making itself free of fault, or for eliminating fault automatically during operation? In this paper, a new theory of Engineering Self-recovery is discussed, which could provide theoretical basis and new methodology for creating a new generation of machinery with fault self-recovery function. The engineering self-reco…

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