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The results of this research programme have been published in the book 'Fault Tolerant Flight Control - A Benchmark Challenge' by Springer-Verlag (2010) under the Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences series (LNCIS-399).

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Book Contents

Part I  Surviving the Improbable: Towards Resilient Aircraft Control

1. Introduction
2. Fault Tolerant Flight Control - A Survey
3. Fault Detection and Diagnosis for Aeronautic and Aerospace Missions
4. Real-Time Identification of Aircraft Physical Models for Fault Tolerant Control
5. Industrial Practices in Fault Tolerant Control

Part II  RECOVER: The Benchmark Challenge

6. RECOVER: A Benchmark for Integrated Fault Tolerant Flight Control Evaluation
7. Assessment Criteria as Specifications for Reconfiguring Flight Control

Part III  Design Methods and Benchmark Analysis

8. Fault Tolerant Control Using Sliding Modes With On-Line Control Allocation
9. An Adaptive Fault-Tolerant FCS for a Large Transport Aircraft
10. Subspace Predictive Control Applied to Fault-Tolerant Control
11. Fault-Tolerant Control through a Synthesis of Model-Predictive Control and Nonlinear Inversion
12. A FTC Strategy for Safe Recovery Against Trimmable Horizontal Stabilizer Failure with
    Guaranteed Nominal Performance
13. Flight Control Reconfiguration Based on Online Physical Model Identification and Nonlinear
    Dynamic Inversion
14. A Combined Fault Detection, Identification and Reconfiguration System Based around Optimal Control Allocation
15. Detection and Isolation of Actuator/Surface Faults for a Large Transport Aircraft

Part IV  Real-Time Flight Simulator Assessment

16. Real-Time Assessment and Piloted Evaluation of Fault Tolerant Flight Control Designs in the
    SIMONA Research Flight Simulator
17. Piloted Evaluation Results of a Nonlinear Dynamic Inversion Based Controller Using Online
    Physical Model Identification
18. Model Reference Sliding Mode FTC with SIMONA Simulator Evaluation: EL AL Flight 1862
    Bijlmermeer Incident Scenario

Part V  Conclusions

19. Industrial Review
20. Concluding Remarks


Getting Started with the GARTEUR RECOVER Benchmark





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