With the rapid development of automation technologies, aerospace engineering systems, including aircraft, satellite, and spacecraft, have become increasingly susceptible to system/component malfunctions. Failure to take appropriate responses to even relatively minor defects can result in highly destructive events. A conventional feedback control design may result in an unsatisfactory performance or even instability in the event of malfunctions. Because of this, fault diagnosis (FD) and fault-tolerant control (FTC) technologies that can ensure the safety of handicapped systems have attracted significant interest. FTC design and relevant techniques have provided a flexible framework for dealing with these challenges since the 1970s. There has been significant progress since the 1970s by the active research community, through symposiums and seminars, as well as the vast number of publications on the subject. The research illustrates that FD and FTC are effective and applicable in many engineering plants, especially for aerospace engineering systems. However, it still remains a challenging research area in applications relating to aircraft, spacecraft, and satellites.

IEEE Access Special Section: Recent Advances in Fault Diagnosis and Fault-Tolerant Control of Aerospace Engineering Systems

Karimi H. R.;
2020-01-01

Abstract

With the rapid development of automation technologies, aerospace engineering systems, including aircraft, satellite, and spacecraft, have become increasingly susceptible to system/component malfunctions. Failure to take appropriate responses to even relatively minor defects can result in highly destructive events. A conventional feedback control design may result in an unsatisfactory performance or even instability in the event of malfunctions. Because of this, fault diagnosis (FD) and fault-tolerant control (FTC) technologies that can ensure the safety of handicapped systems have attracted significant interest. FTC design and relevant techniques have provided a flexible framework for dealing with these challenges since the 1970s. There has been significant progress since the 1970s by the active research community, through symposiums and seminars, as well as the vast number of publications on the subject. The research illustrates that FD and FTC are effective and applicable in many engineering plants, especially for aerospace engineering systems. However, it still remains a challenging research area in applications relating to aircraft, spacecraft, and satellites.
2020
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