Fault Accommodation Strategy for LTI Systems based on GIMC Structure: Additive Faults.

@article{CamposDelgado2005FaultAS,
  title={Fault Accommodation Strategy for LTI Systems based on GIMC Structure: Additive Faults.},
  author={D. U. Campos-Delgado and E. Palacios and D. R. Espinoza-Trejo},
  journal={Proceedings of the 44th IEEE Conference on Decision and Control},
  year={2005},
  pages={6292-6297}
}
In this contribution a fault accommodation strategy is suggested for LTI systems. The faults and perturbations are considered as additive signals that modify the output measurement. The accommodation scheme is based on the generalized internal model control architecture recently proposed [17] for fault tolerant control. In order to improve the performance after a fault, the compensation is considered in two steps according with a fault detection and isolation algorithm. After a fault scenario… CONTINUE READING

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