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Model-based fault detection and isolation is nowadays a well established and mature eld. It starts to become part of the curricula of graduate or post-graduate students. However, the lack of good teaching materials makes di cult the teaching/learning process to students and professors. This paper shows how project-based learning methodology has been used to organise the labs of the fault diagnosis course using a real set-up based on a three-tank system.
Observer based methods for fault detection and structured residuals for fault isolation will be introduced to the students from a practical point of view by means of a set of exercises that intend students achieve a set of learning objectives.
CitationCosta-Castelló, R.; Puig, V.; Blesa, J. Teaching model-based fault detection and isolation using project-based learning on a three-tank system. A: World Congress of the International Federation of Automatic Control. "Preprints of the 19th World Congress of The International Federation of Automatic Control, Cape Town, South Africa. August 24-29, 2014". Cape Town: 2014, p. 9026-9031.
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