Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety for Technical Processes 1997, (3-Volume Set) - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080423814

Fault Detection, Supervision and Safety for Technical Processes 1997, (3-Volume Set)

1st Edition

Editors: J. Chen R.J. Patton
Paperback ISBN: 9780080423814
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 24th April 1998
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Table of Contents

Selected chapter headings and selected papers: Plenary Paper I. Process performance monitoring and fault detection through multivariate statistical process control (A.J. Morris, E.B. Martin). Invited Papers - Fault Detection and Diagnosis for Gas Turbine Applications. Dynamic system fault diagnosis based on neural network modelling (J. Zhou, S. Bennett). Quantitative Model-Based Approaches to FDI. Robust fault detection method for uncertain multivariable systems (O.K. Kwon et al.). Invited Papers - Robust FDI I. A cautious look at robustness in residual generation (J. Gertler). Statistical Techniques for FDI. A new estimator for dynamic stochastic systems with unknown inputs: application to robust fault diagnosis (J.Y. Keller, M. Darouach). Invited Papers - FDI for Induction Motors. Using the functionality of PWM inverters for fault diagnosis of induction motors (J. Beilharz, D. Filbert). Parameter Estimation for FDI: Theory and Applications. Parameter estimation using sliding mode principles (F.J.J. Hermans, M.B. Zarrop). Fuzzy Logic and Neural Network Techniques in FDI I. Direct model-based fault diagnosis using neural filters (A. Alessandri, T. Parisini). Industrial Applications I. DIALOGS: a fault diagnostic toolbox for industrial processes (D. Theilliol et al.). Nonlinear Observers for FDI. Observer design for a class of non-linear systems (G. Schreier et al.). Qualitative Reasoning I. Fault detection and diagnosis based on fuzzy qualitative reasoning (J.M.F. Calado, P.D. Roberts). Integration of Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Integration of qualitative and quantitative methods for fault detection isolation (D. Theilliol et al.). Invited Papers - Automotive System Diagnostics. Model based tire pressure diagnosis (U. Kiencke et al.). Parity Equation Approaches. Principal component analysis and parity relations - a strong duality (J. Gertler, T.J. McAvoy). Power Systems Fault Diagnosis. Model-based diagnosis test for condition-based maintenance of electrical high power switches (J.M. Alonso Gil et al.). Vibration Analysis in FDI. Automatic diagnosis of antifriction bearings using vibration analysis and fuzzy-logic (B. Geropp et al.). Fault Tolerant Control. Fault-tolerant control: the 1997 situation (R.J. Patton). Multiple-Model Approaches to FDI. Fault detection of nonlinear systems by using hybrid quasi-ARMAX models (K. Kumamaru et al.). Plant Management and Maintenance. Preventive diagnosis: a task for predicting faults (G. Guida et al.). Fault Tolerant and Reconfigurable Control. Reconfigurable control system synthesis using parameter estimation and robust control (Q. Zhao, J. Jiang). Human Factors in Fault Diagnosis and Supervision. Human error, engineering psychology and system safety (C. Baber et al.). Author index.


SAFEPROCESS '97 was the third in this major IFAC symposia series and covered a wide range of theoretical and application studies concerned with the reliability, availability and safety of controlled systems.

The goal of the symposium was to bring together experts from different fields to give an overview of the state-of-the-art, present new research results and show future developments. In addition, there was special emphasis on industrial requirements for FDI (fault detection and isolation) and a new session on the human factors aspects of system monitoring and safety that reflects the growing interest in this area.

These proceedings contain the 209 papers presented at the symposium and comprise: plenary overviews; state-of-the-art reviews and surveys; the very latest results; and tutorial papers.


For those concerned with the reliability, availability and safety of controlled systems and, in particular, the applications of decision theory and pattern recognition methods.


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J. Chen Editor

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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex, UK

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