Fault-detection, Fault-isolation and Recovery (fdir) Techniques Utilize Fdir Design Techniques to Provide for Safe and Maintainable On-orbit Systems Johnson Space Center (jsc)

  • Published 1998

Abstract

Benefits The main goal of fault detection and isolation is to effectively detect faults and accurately isolate them to a failed component in the shortest time possible. This capability leads to reduction in diagnostic time or downtime in general and, therefore, increased system availability. A good inherent diagnostic of a system also enhances the crewmembers' confidence in operating the system, the main driver of mission success. Effective FDIR can keep a difficult to maintain system up and running where normal methods would lead to system downtime. FDIR is especially beneficial to an on-orbit system where maintenance may be impossible.

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@inproceedings{1998FaultdetectionFA, title={Fault-detection, Fault-isolation and Recovery (fdir) Techniques Utilize Fdir Design Techniques to Provide for Safe and Maintainable On-orbit Systems Johnson Space Center (jsc)}, author={}, year={1998} }