The main purpose of this project is to integrate traditional fault-tolerant diagnosis and control techniques with modern computer architectures and digital
interconnection systems for solving monitoring and supervision problems that commonly appear in complex dynamic systems.
A second purpose is to develop self-reconfigurable systems that integrates, in a natural way, three desired phases of autoconfiguration: diagnosis, prognosis and fault-tolerant control.
Some results of this project are listed below.
Torres, L., Verde, C., & Molina, L. (2021). Leak diagnosis for pipelines with multiple branches based on model similarity. Journal of Process Control, 99,
Torres, L., Jiménez-Cabas, J., González, O., Molina, L., & López-Estrada, F. R. (2020). Kalman filters for leak
diagnosis in pipelines: Brief history and future research. Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 8(3), 173.
De la Guerra, A., Jimenez-Mondragon, V. M., Torres, L., Escarela-Perez,
R., & Olivares-Galvan, J. C. (2020). On-line open-phase fault detection method for switched reluctance motors with bus current measurement. In Actuators (Vol. 9, No. 4, p. 117).
Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute.
Verde, C., & Torres, L. (Eds.). (2017). Modeling and Monitoring of Pipelines and Networks: Advanced Tools for Automatic Monitoring and
Supervision of Pipelines (Vol. 7). Springer.