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Sensor Fault Masking of a Ship Propulsion System

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  • This Paper Presents The Results Of A Study On Fault-Tolerant Control Of A Ship Propulsion Benchmark
  • 999)
  • Which Uses Estimated Or Virtual Measurements As Feedback Variables
  • The Estimator Operates On A Self-Adjustable Design Model So That Its Outputs Can Be Made Immune To T
  • The Adequacy Of Sensor Redundancy Is Measured Using The Control Recon┬»Gurability (Wu
  • Zhou
  • And Salomon
  • 2000)
  • And The Number Of Sensor Based Measurements Are Increased When This Level Is Found Inadequate
  • As A Result
  • Sensor Faults That Are Captured In The Estimator'S Design Model Can Be Tolerated Without The Need Fo
  • Simulations For The Ship Propulsion Benchmark Show That
  • With Additional Sensors Added As Described
  • Satisfactory Fault-Tolerance Is Achieved Under Two Additive Sensor Faults
  • An Incipient Fault
  • And A Parametric Fault
  • Without Having To Alter The Original Controller In The Benchmark

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Sensor Fault Masking of a Ship Propulsion System - DTU Orbit (26/05/14) Sensor Fault Masking of a Ship Propulsion System - DTU Orbit (26/05/14) Wu, N. Eva et al."Sensor Fault Masking of a Ship Propulsion System". Control Engineering Practice. 2005, 14(11). 1337- 1345. Available: 10.1016/j.conengprac.2005.09.003

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