In this paper, a controller design method for linear MIMO systems is presented which a sliding mode controller is reconfigured in case of system faults. Faults are detected with the residual vector generated from a standard linear observer. Once a fault has been detected the fault distribution matrix can be obtained and used to update the corrective or equivalent control parts of the sliding mode controller. As a result, fault tolerant adaptive controllers keep the system performance within acceptable limits or at least avoids the system to wind-up.
Fault detection, fault-tolerant systems, sliding-mode control, adaptive control, MIMO linear systems
DEMİRCİ, UFUK and KERESTECIOĞLU, FEZA (2005) "Fault Tolerant Control With Re-Configuring Sliding-Mode Schemes," Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences: Vol. 13: No. 1, Article 13. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/elektrik/vol13/iss1/13