A passive fault tolerant control scheme is suggested, in which a nominal controller is augmented with an additional block, which guarantees stability and performance after the occurrence of a fault. The method is based on the YJBK parameterization, which requires the nominal controller to be implemented in observer based form. The proposed method is applied to a double inverted pendulum system, for which an H_inf controller has been designed and verified in a lab setup. In this case study, the fault is a degradation of the tacho loop.
|Journal||Control Engineering Practice|
|Pages (from-to)||1047 - 1059|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
- fault tolerant control
- Controller design
- observer based controller implementation
- controller parameterization