Contribution à la Commande Tolérante aux Défauts pour la Maitrise des Comportements Transitoires liés à une Accommodation : Des systèmes volants vers des dispositifs biomédicaux

Abstract : After the success of SpaceX missions with the reuse of rockets involving a cost divided by two, the area of health management becomes crucial to guarantee system autonomy. To safe and reliable behaviors, the research on Fault Diagnosis (FD) and Fault Tolerant Control (FTC) fields has mainly been investigated. Despite plethoric published strategies, only few works try to take into account interactions between FD and FTC units, leading to questionable solutions for a reliable health management. This scientific document focusses on the development of solutions able to manage the FD and FTC interactions. More precisely, a particular attention is based on the mitigation of transient behaviors after a fault accommodation. After some norm-based solutions, the use of switching control or sliding mode theory has been investigated and assessed on academic examples. To bring the gap between academic works and industrial needs, some technology transfer activities are detailed and assessed with respect to the Technological Readiness Level (TRL) scale. Finally, some perspectives are given to highlight the important position of control researchers for the future societal challenges like a new artificial pancreas with an increased robustness against patient variability.
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Jérôme Cieslak. Contribution à la Commande Tolérante aux Défauts pour la Maitrise des Comportements Transitoires liés à une Accommodation : Des systèmes volants vers des dispositifs biomédicaux. Automatique. Université de Bordeaux, 2019. ⟨tel-02291436⟩

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