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Design of Semi-Physical Fault Simulation Platform for Antarctic Telescopes
Shihai Yang1,2; Yun Li1,2,3; Dandan Xu1,2,3; Jiajia Wu1,2,3
Conference NameSPIE Ground-based and Airborne Telescopes VII(Vol.10700)
Source PublicationGround-based and Airborne Telescopes VII
Conference Date2018-6-10
Conference PlaceAustin, Texas, United States
More and more astronomical instruments have been installed in Antarctica because of good seeing. Due to adverse circumstances, remote location and unattended, a high fault rate was found in these astronomical instruments in Antarctica. To ensure the reliable operation of these instruments is one of critical technology problems.

This paper presents an experimental platform with semi-physical simulation technique for Antarctic Telescopes. The platform helps the research for fault detection, fault diagnosis method, fault handling and so on. It consists of fault simulation system and fault diagnosis and self-recovery system. Furthermore, the platform can be used as fault diagnosis unit for Antarctic telescope directly.
KeywordAntarctic, Telescope Experimental Platform Simulation
Subject Area天文技术与方法
Document Type会议论文
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GB/T 7714
Shihai Yang,Yun Li,Dandan Xu,et al. Design of Semi-Physical Fault Simulation Platform for Antarctic Telescopes[C],2018.
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