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Fault detection using differential flatness in flight guidance systems

Abstract : In this paper, flight guidance dynamics are shown to be implicit differentially flat with respect to the inertial position of an aircraft. This proves the existence of a set of relations between these flat outputs and the state variables representative of flight guidance dynamics and between these flat outputs and the basic inputs to flight guidance dynamics. A neural network is introduced to obtain, from the actual trajectory, nominal flight parameters which can be compared with actual values to detect abnormal behaviour.
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Wen Chi Lu, Rabah Fellouah, Geanina Andrei, Nan Zhang, Felix Mora-Camino, et al.. Fault detection using differential flatness in flight guidance systems. CISIS 2007, 1st International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software Intensive Systems, Apr 2007, Vienna, Austria. pp 155-159, ⟨10.1109/CISIS.2007.24⟩. ⟨hal-00938151⟩

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