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|Title:||Switching fault tolerant control design via global dissipativity|
|Citation:||International Journal of Systems Science, 2010; 41(8):1003-1012|
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Bin Jiang, Hao Yang and Peng Shi|
|Abstract:||This article addresses the issue of fault tolerant control (FTC) from energy point of view for general impulsive systems with faults ranging over a finite cover. The dissipativity theory is introduced into the design of fault detection and a unique scheme that simultaneously performs fault isolation and FTC. The proposed framework relies on a simple dissipativity-based switching among a family of pre-computed candidate controllers without any additional model or filter. The states are ensured to be bounded during the switching delay. A RLC circuit example illustrates the efficiency of the proposed method.|
|Keywords:||fault detection and isolation; fault tolerant control; dissipativity; supervisory control|
|Rights:||© 2010 Taylor & Francis|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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