Adaptation of set theoretic methods to the fault detection of a wind turbine benchmark”, in Proceedings of the 18th IFAC World Congress, Milano, Italy, 2011, p. 8322–8327.Abstract, “
The last decade has seen the emergence of set-theoretic methods in fault detection and identification mechanisms. These techniques are seen as restrictive and mathematically challenging due to the strict conditions (e.g. signal boundedness) imposed for reactivity to faults by means of set separation. The present paper aims at implementing such methods to a practical application proposed by a wind turbine benchmark setup. It is shown that strict boundedness conditions can be adjusted in order to obtain robust fault detection.