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An application of decentralized estimation in a fault detection problem

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Author(s): Tadić Predrag R. | Stanković Miloš S. | Stanković Srđan S. | Đurović Željko M.

Journal: Serbian Journal of Electrical Engineering
ISSN 1451-4869

Volume: 6;
Issue: 3;
Start page: 373;
Date: 2009;
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Keywords: power plants | fault detection | consensus | decentralized estimation

ABSTRACT
This paper presents a design of a decentralized fault detection and isolation (FDI) filter by means of an overlapping decentralized estimation algorithm based on a consensus strategy. An efficient solution to the FDI problem can be obtained by an adequate system decomposition into overlapping subsystems and the construction of local FDI estimators aimed at achieving the desired performance. The general aspects and properties of a consensus based estimator are described in the first part of the paper. An applicability of such an estimator to an FDI problem in a large scale system is discussed next. Namely, a case study related to the detection of fire dissymmetry in a thermal power plant boiler is presented, including the process description and identification procedure, comparison between the results obtained by local and decentralized estimators and conclusions concerning their validity.
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