Reliability analysis of an ultra-reliable fault tolerant control system

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StatementR.E. Curry, W.E. VanderVelde, P.R. Frey ; prepared for Ames Research Center under contract A16966C
SeriesNASA contractor report -- 166594
ContributionsVanderVelde, Wallace E, Frey, P. R, Ames Research Center, Search Technology, Inc
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Get this from a library. Reliability analysis of an ultra-reliable fault tolerant control system. [Robert E Curry; Wallace E VanderVelde; P R Frey; Ames Research Center.; Search Technology, Inc.]. This paper will treat different, reliability requirements in a unified manner.

Reliability is naturally a subjective concern in tile analysis and design of fault-toleranl control systems. Reliability is rarely regarded as an objective crite- rion that guides a control system design in an inte- grated manner. The reliability analysis of fault-tolerant control systems is performed using Markov models.

Reliability properties peculiar to fault-tolerant control systems are emphasized. As a consequence, coverage of failures through redundancy management can be severely limited. Dugan J.B., Lyu M.R. () System-Level Reliability and Sensitivity Analyses for Three Fault-Tolerant System Architectures.

In: Cristian F., Le Lann G., Lunt T. Cited by: 9. In this paper, we describe a framework to e ciently assess the reliability of fault tolerant control systems on low-cost unmanned aerial vehicles. The analysis is developed for a system consisting of a xed number of actuators.

In addition, the system includes a scheme to detect failures in individual actuators and, as a. INTRODUCTION New control techniques and design approaches have been developed to treat system component faults and to improve system reliability and availability, which are collectively called Fault Tolerant Control Systems (FTCS's).Cited by: 1.

The estimated system reliability is consequently strongly dependent on the model itself. Because the behavior of a fault-tolerant, highly reliable system is complex, formulating models that accurately represent that behavior can be a difficult task.

Mathematical models of fault-tolerant systems must cap-Cited by: Reliability modeling of fault tolerant control systems long-term system reliability behavior during an off-line analysis.

As a function criterion, R(t) is not often used as an objective or a constraint in the design phase. An al-ternative scalar reliability index, Mean Time To Failure (MTTF), is usually preferable for a controller or a system.

Design of a fault tolerant control system incorporating reliability analysis and dynamic behaviour constraints F.

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Guenaba, P. Webera, D. Theilliola* and Y.M. Zhangb aFaculte ´des Sciences et Techniques, BPCentre de Recherche en Automatique de Nancy, Nancy Universite, CNRS.

In an FTCS, the achievable system performance depends on the availability of redundancies in the control system as well as the design approaches used in the synthesis of fault-tolerant by:   Optimization control and reliablity of steel grinding process, R Pasquino.

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In this paper the integration of reliability evaluation in reconfigurability analysis of a fault-tolerant control system is con-sidered. The aim of this work is to contribute to reliable fault-tolerant control design. The admissibility of control recon-figurability is analyzed with respect to reliability.

In order to meet high reliability requirement of safety-critical processes, major progress has been made in fault tolerant control systems (FTCSs).

FTCSs usually employ fault detection and isolation (FDI) schemes and reconfigurable controllers to accommodate fault effects, also Cited by: 5.

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Brief history of common cause failure analysis Reliability analysis was developed to understand the frequent vacuum tube failures in electronic systems before the transistor was invented. Fault tree analysis was developed in the early ’s by Bell labs and Boeing to analyze missile systems and later commercial aircraft.

The objective is to maximise the reliability of the fault tolerant software satisfying a budget constraint and a constraint on the mean execution time of the software. Simple branch and bound procedures are developed that can be used to solve the optimisation by: Reliability Monitoring of Fault Tolerant Control Systems with Demonstration on an Aircraft Model Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Control Science and Engineering (6) November with.

While several fault tolerance techniques to increase reliability in distributed publish / subscribe systems have been proposed, event delivery probability and timeliness of publish / subscribe systems with such reliability enhancement techniques have not yet been analyzed.

Reliability and Fault Tolerance of RAMs Table of Contents (NOTE: Each chapter begins with an Introduction and concludes with Concluding Remarks and Problems except for Chapter 1.) Preface. Acknowledgments. Reliability and Fault Tolerance of RAMs. Impact of Scaling on Reliability.

Defects, Faults, Errors, and Reliability. The first part discusses the state-of-the-art of the circuits and systems as well as the architectures and methodologies focusing the enhancement of the reliability of digital integrated circuits. It proposes circuit and system level solutions to overcome high defect density and presents reliability, fault models and fault by: Over the years, Fault Tolerance has become the most sought-after require-ment in high-availability or life-critical systems.

Fault-tolerant electronic sub-systems are becoming a standard requirement in the automotive indus-trial sector as electronics becomes pervasive in present cars. The existingFile Size: 2MB. Analysis and synthesis of fault-tolerant control systems / Magdi S. Mahmoud, Yuanqing Xia. pages cm Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN (cloth) 1. Automatic control. Fault tolerance (Engineering) 3. Control theory. Xia, Yuanqing. Title. III.

Title: Analysis and synthesis of FTCS. TJM the reliability analysis of components. The aim of this work is to present the need of reliability analysis in fault-tolerant control design.

The admissibility of system reconfigurability with respect to the reliability constraints is considered in this research.

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This analysis proves that the control reconfigurability is a system property. procedures. Such software is oriented on the reliability analysis of series and parallel systems.

Optionally, that software can also be used for computing the reliability of fault tolerant systems with complex reliability behavior, for example, a flight computer with implementation of majority-voting system 2-out-of-3 microprocessorsAuthor: Yuriy Pashchuk, Yuriy Salnyk, Serhiy Volochiy. Key-Words: fault tolerant, reliability, dependability, control, microprocessor system, separate channel 1 Introduction It is a well known fact, that through multiple redundancy and iterative redundancy addition, it is possible to build a system with arbitrarily high preliminary defined reliability [1].

The question is, at what price. Fault Tolerant Control System Reliability and Performance Prediction Using Semi-Markov Models IFAC Proceedings Volumes, Vol. 30, No. 18 Execution time analysis of communicating tasks in distributed systemsCited by: elements is more vulnerable with respect to failures than each element of the system.

The decrease of reliability is the higher the more is the number of elements in the series. If the number m is large, it is practically impossible to form a system of high reliability. For example, at m =R 0 =equation (2) gives the reliability File Size: KB. 4) System architectures considering reliability and fault tolerance.

Reading: 1) Textbook (WRD): Chapters 2) Additional readings.

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a) Book (NS): Chapters b) B. Johnson, “Introduction to the Design and Analysis of Fault-Tolerant Systems”, in Fault-Tolerant Computer System Design, D. Pradhan (Ed.), Prentice Hall,pp. 1- 8. An Introduction to the Design and Analysis of Fault-Tolerant Systems Barry W.

Johnson Department of Electrical Engineering Center for Semicustom Integrated Systems University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia Portions of this material are adapted from the textbook Design and Analysis of Fault-Tolerant Dig.

tolerant navigation systems, such as a fault tolerant redundant INS. The main advantage is that the fault tolerance could be achieved without having many redundant relative sensors.

The fault tolerant architecture proposed in this paper compares interpretations of sensor measurements based on multiple probabilistic fault-state by: 7.RELIABILITY OF COMPUTER SYSTEMS AND NETWORKS Fault Tolerance, Analysis, and Design MARTIN L. SHOOMAN Polytechnic University and Needfor High Reliability and Safety in Fault-Tolerant Systems, 15 Organizationof the Book, 18 Introduction, 18 CodingTechniques,   We have learnt the following definitions of Reliability and Availability from the Fault Tolerance Measures post.

Reliability, R(t): Probability that the system has been up continuously during the whole interval [0,t], given it was up at time 0. This measure is suitable for applications in which even a momentary disruption can prove costly.