Robust Model-Based Fault Diagnosis for Dynamic Systems
BeschreibungThere is an increasing demand for dynamic systems to become more safe and reliable. This requirement extends beyond the normally accepted safety-critical systems of nuclear reactors and aircraft where safety is paramount important, to systems such as autonomous vehicles and fast railways where the system availability is vital. It is clear that fault diagnosis (including fault detection and isolation, FDI) has been becoming an important subject in modern control theory and practice. For example, the number of papers on FDI presented in many control-related conferences has been increasing steadily. The subject of fault detection and isolation continues to mature to an established field of research in control engineering. A large amount of knowledge on model-based fault diagnosis has been ac cumulated through the literature since the beginning of the 1970s. However, publications are scattered over many papers and a few edited books. Up to the end of 1997, there is no any book which presents the subject in an unified framework. The consequence of this is the lack of "common language", dif ferent researchers use different terminology. This problem has obstructed the progress of model-based FDI techniques and has been causing great concern in research community. Many survey papers have been published to tackle this problem. However, a book which presents the materials in a unified format and provides a comprehensive foundation of model-based FDI is urgently needed.
InhaltsverzeichnisList of Figures. List of Tables. preface.
2. Basic Principles of Model-Based FDI.
3. Robust Residual Generation via UIOS.
4. Robust FDI via Eigenstructure Assignment.
5. Disturbance Distribution Matrix Determination for FDI.
6. Robust FDI via Multi-Objective Optimization.
7. Robust FDI Using Optimal Parity Relations.
8. Frequency Domain Deisng and HINFINITY Optimization for FDI.
9. Fault Diagnosis of Non-Linear Dynamic Systems. Appendices:
A: Terminology in Model-Based Fault Diagnosis.
B: Inverted Pendulum Example.
C: Matrix Rank Decomposition.
D: Proof of Lemma 3.2.
E: Low Rank Matrix Approximation. References.
Pressestimmen`From a research monograph point of view, this book is certainly a welcome addition to several recently published books in this important field of fault-tolerant control systems. The reviewer would like to congratulate both authors for the excellent job presented in this book.'
Automatica 38:1089-1094 (2002)
Untertitel: 1999. Auflage. Book. Sprache: Englisch.
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 1998
Seitenanzahl: 380 Seiten