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By Prof. Dr. Mogens Blanke, Prof. Dr. Michel Kinnaert, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Jan Lunze, Prof. Dr. Marcel Staroswiecki (auth.)

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Fault accommodation and control reconfiguration methods include severe extensions of well known controller design methods, because they have to be carried out completely automatically without any interaction of a human designer. A further important issue is the reconfigurability analysis explained in Chapters 4 and 5. Outline of the book. The book is structured into three parts. The introductory part (Chapters 1 - 3) describes the main problems of fault-tolerant control, illustrates these problems by two examples and give a survey over the alternative models of the plant that will be used in the later chapters.

This information will make it possible to set up a model of the faulty system, which can be used in the controller re-design. Fault isolation and fault identification are essential for active fault-tolerant control. This contrasts with safety systems for which the information about the existence of som(l (unspecified) fault is sufficient. This fact shows another difference of the measures to be taken for fault tolerance or for safety, respectively. 3 Main ideas of controller re-design Controller re-design considers the problem of changing the control structure and the control law after a fault has occurred in the plant.

Its nominal value is given by u = U nom , and its maximal value by u max . If a control problem should be illustrated, then Eq. 6) is supplemented with an equation describing the control law U = k(hd. The equations given above are hybrid because they include differential and algebraic equations as well as switching conditions, which result from the physical value domains and a security switch installed at Tank 1 which turns the pump off if the tank is full. Therefore, the differential equation includes several inequalities that describe the validity range of the given functions.

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