A Survey of Fault Diagnosis and Fault-Tolerant Techniques—Part I: Fault Diagnosis With Model-Based and Signal-Based Approaches

Zhiwei Gao, Carlo Cecati, Steven X. Ding
2015 IEEE transactions on industrial electronics (1982. Print)  
Citation: Gao, Zhiwei, Cecati, Carlo and Ding, Steven X. (2015) A survey of fault diagnosis and faulttolerant techniques-Part I: fault diagnosis With model-based and signal-based approaches. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 62 (6). Abstract-With the ever increase of complexity and expense of industrial systems, there is less tolerance for performance degradation, productivity decrease and safety hazards, which greatly stimulates to detect and identify any kinds of potential
more » ... ties and faults as early as possible, and implement realtime fault-tolerant operation for minimizing performance degradation and avoiding dangerous situations. During the last four decades, fruitful results were reported about fault diagnosis and fault-tolerant control methods and their applications in a variety of engineering systems. The three-part survey paper aims to give a comprehensive review for real-time fault diagnosis and fault tolerant control with particular attention on the results reported in the last decade. In the first-part review, fault diagnosis approaches and their applications are reviewed comprehensively from model-based and signal-based perspectives, respectively.
doi:10.1109/tie.2015.2417501 fatcat:rpajiww7u5dbtd4qri2ghwbz5e