Salvador de las Heras

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The problem of robustness in fault detection has been treated basically using two kinds of approaches: actives and passives. Most of the literature in robust fault detection is focused on the problem of active approach based on decoupling the effects of the uncertainty from the effects of the faults on the residual. On the other hand, the passive approach(More)
Model-based fault detection relies on the use of a model to check the consistency between the predicted and the measured (or observed) behavior of a system. However, there is always some mismatch between the modeled and the real process behavior. Then, any model-based fault detection algorithm should be robust against modeling errors. One possible approach(More)
This paper shows a method for pipeline leak detection using a transient-based method with MATLAB R © functions. The simulation of a pipeline systems in the time domain are very complex. In the case of the dissipative model, transfer functions are hyperbolic Bessel functions. Simulating a pipeline system in the frequency domain using a dissipative model we(More)
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