code EE711
credit_hours 3
title Fault Diagnosis and Tolerant System
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prequisites None
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes Dependable system definitions and features faults in industrial process phenomena and causes Fault and failure detection and effects methods of fault detections and propagations signal and model based fault detection techniques fault tolerant system fault tolerant controller.
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objectives The student should be able to: Understand the concept of dependable system. Understand the main sources of faults, types and effects. Understand and discriminate between different methods of fault detections. Know the fault tolerant system and its configurations. Design a fault tolerant control system.
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ref. books R. Iserman, Fault Diagnosis System:An Introduction from Fault detection to fault tolerance, Springer, 2006. M. Blanke, M. Kinnaert, I. Lunze, and M. Staroswiecki, Diagnosis and fault-Tolerant Control. Springer, 2003. J. Patton, P. Frank, and R. Clark, Issues of Fault Diagnosis for Dynamic System. Springer, 2000.
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Course Content
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1 Dependable system definitions.
2 Fault and failure.
3 fault sources, types and model.
4 fault detection methods.
5 model based fault detections.
6 signal based fault detections.
7 hybrid fault detection methods.
8 Robust fault detection.
9 fault tolerant system.
10 Passive fault Tolerant system.
11 Active Fault tolerant.
12 Fault tolerant control design.
13 Fault tolerant control design.
14 Applications.
15 Applications.
16 Final Exam.