Volume 6, 2013Progress in Flight Dynamics, Guidance, Navigation, Control, Fault Detection, and Avionics
|Page(s)||231 - 248|
|Section||Fault detection and control|
|Published online||02 December 2013|
The challenge of advanced model-based fdir techniques for aerospace systems: the 2011 situation
Automatic Control Group IMS-lab, University of Bordeaux 351 Cours de la Libération, Talence 33405, France
For aerospace systems, advanced model-based Fault Detection, Identification, and Recovery (FDIR) challenges range from predesign and design stages for upcoming and new programs up to the improvement of the performance of in-service flying systems. However, today, their application to real aerospace world has remained extremely limited. The paper underlines the reasons for a widening gap between the advanced scientific FDIR methods being developed by the academic community and technological solutions demanded by the aerospace industry.
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