We discuss the design of a fault-detection system for an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) actuator and present the results of in-water testing. We first discuss the design of the system, then its integration onto the UUV, the in-water testing sequence, and finally the analysis of the test results –- missed detection and false-alarm rate. This system serves as a platform for UUV fault detection and isolation research, enabling the development of system requirements, and providing the opportunity to compare the merits of the centralized vs decentralized fault-detection design approaches.
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unmanned underwater vehicle, fault detection, actuator, in-situ testing, design and implementation
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