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“…In the FTC scheme which will be proposed, the fault information (i.e., the matrix W ) is not required for the control allocation scheme and hence the scheme can be regarded as "passive" (Verhaegen et al, 2010). The proposed strategy "distributes" the control effort among all the actuators and constitutes a passive fault tolerant control scheme.…”
Section: Integral Sliding Mode Ftc Scheme With Direct Control Allocationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the FTC scheme which will be proposed, the fault information (i.e., the matrix W ) is not required for the control allocation scheme and hence the scheme can be regarded as "passive" (Verhaegen et al, 2010). The proposed strategy "distributes" the control effort among all the actuators and constitutes a passive fault tolerant control scheme.…”
Section: Integral Sliding Mode Ftc Scheme With Direct Control Allocationmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To represent the actuator faults in a more general formulation, the following mathematical model can be used [26]: (1) where () a ut is faulty actuator output, () a ftcontains the values at which the actuators are stuck or floating or hard-over. I is the identity matrix and 0 a i   represents a total fault (i.e.…”
Section: Actuator Failure Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This is in fact an aggressive choice for ϱ(x) because the nonlinear term in (44) can contribute a signal in the range [−0.65, 0.65] rad to the value of the overall virtual control signal because of the signum term. The units of the control signal are radians 4 and so this range represents a significant portion of the available/allowable control signal variation. It does however mean that significant errors in the estimation of w i (t) can be tolerated.…”
Section: A Recover Benchmark Modelmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many different schemes have been proposed, ranging from active to passive control methods [1], with applications running the gamut from large scale petrochemical plants to automotive and aerospace systems [2]. The work in [1], [2], [3], [4] provides an excellent literature review on the different schemes used for FTC including different applications; however, research into FTC has been significantly driven by problems encountered in the safety critical aerospace industry. This is due to the practical requirement for increasing safety as well as lowering operational costs.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%