permanent fault

permanent fault

[′pər·mə·nənt ′fȯlt]
(computer science)
A hardware malfunction that always occurs when a particular set of conditions exists, and that can be made to occur deliberately, in contrast to a sporadic fault.
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In Afghanistan the contrast between the rural and urban areas has developed into a permanent fault line.
* Permanent fault: Once it appears in network it remains until it removed and repaired by some external administrator.
If the second fault is recoverable, this assumption can waste resources, since permanent fault will require allocating the circuit to another part in the FPGA, and consider the original part as faulty and never uses it again.
Beside these studies, there are some studies on impact of both permanent fault displacement and strong ground motions or each one individually.
In [21], the authors propose uDIREC, a unified framework for permanent fault diagnosis based on the use of a deadlock free routing algorithm which helps the working links in the NoC to be maximally utilized in case of fault.
Differentiating the permanent fault from the transient type and prevent reclosing when the fault is permanent.
Generally, faults made in power networks, in terms of their lasting time, are classified into three categories [21]: Transient fault, Semi-permanent fault, Permanent fault.
As far as we know, transient fault occurs more frequently than permanent fault [11], and there exist some reasonable solutions to permanent fault.
In case of permanent fault it is necessary detect the faulted line fast and reliably and to clear the ground fault to prevent other faults as shown in Fig.
During the permanent fault, autorecloser will apply the current fault to equipments and may have adverse affects on system stability.
OutageAdvisor solution provides utilities with a reliable means to locate and isolate problems on electricity delivery lines and communicate a permanent fault event within the system.