This paper proposes a virtual sensor scheme designed to compensate for sensor fault effects in marine fuel engines. The proposed scheme design follows a distributed approach, where the marine fuel engine is decomposed in several subsystems. Then, for each subsystem we design a monitoring agent that can actively compensate for the effects of sensor faults occurring in the specific subsystem. This is realized using virtual sensors that can estimate the sensor fault in order to reconstruct the faulty measurements. Due to the Differential-Algebraic mathematical description of marine fuel engine dynamics, we design three types of virtual sensors; using adaptive observers, Set Inversion via Interval Analysis (SIVIA) and static models. Simulation results are used to illustrate the efficiency of the method.
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
|Event||14th IFAC Conference on Control Applications in Marine Systems, Robotics, and Vehicles, CAMS 2022 - Kongens Lyngby, Germany|
Duration: 14 Sep 2022 → 16 Sep 2022
FundingThis research is supported by project READINESS with project number TWM.BL.019.002 of the research programme ”Topsector Water & Maritime: the Blue Route” which is partly financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO).
- Differential-algebraic equations (DAE's)
- Fault accommodation
- fault identification
- interconnected systems
- Marine system modelling
- nonlinear systems
- sensor faults