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Fault Tolerant Control Systems


M. Blanke, C. Frei, F. Kraus, R.J. Paton, M. Staroswiecki

Control of Complex Systems, pp. 165-189, Chapter 8

Faults in automated processes will often cause undesired reactions and shut-down of a controlled plant, and the consequences could be damage to technical parts of the plant, to personnel or the environment. Fault-tolerant control is the synonoym for a set of recent techniques that were developed to increase plant availability and reduce the risk of safety hazards. (...)


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