Fault detection in a belt-drive system
In this chapter a fault detection method is proposed to detect the belt breakdown in a belt drive system where it is assumed that a DC motor drives an inertial load through a belt. The proposed approach is based on a proportional reduced order observer (see Lemma 3.1) designed using differential algebraic techniques. Experimental results are given to evaluate the proposed approach.
KeywordsFault Detection Fault Diagnosis Inertial Load Laboratory Prototype Fault Detection Method
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