Towards a Generic Distributed and Fault-Tolerant Control Architecture: Case Study of a Hydraulic Valve Actuation System 2005-01-0783
This paper describes the current state of a reliable system architecture being developed by Eaton. The project objective is to suggest a generic fault tolerant architecture suitable for a variety of applications relevant to Eaton businesses. Included are descriptions of the hardware and software architectures as well as underlying assumptions and concepts. First experimental results are also presented.
Citation: Reuter, J., Radhamohan, M., and Khandelwal, A., "Towards a Generic Distributed and Fault-Tolerant Control Architecture: Case Study of a Hydraulic Valve Actuation System," SAE Technical Paper 2005-01-0783, 2005, https://doi.org/10.4271/2005-01-0783. Download Citation
Johannes Reuter, Mohan Radhamohan, Ankur Khandelwal
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