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Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles
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|Statement||by Gregory Errol Chamitoff.|
|Series||NASA-CR -- 185680., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-185680.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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May 23, · Coupling effect-triggered control strategy for hypersonic flight vehicles with finite-time convergence. 20 October | Nonlinear Dynamics, Vol. 95, No. 2 Robust control for reentry vehicles based on block backstepping. Stabilator Failure Adaptation from Flight Tests of NFB Intelligent Flight Control hankins-farms.com by: Based on the needs to design large envelope flight controller, this paper employed LPV (Linear Parameter Varying) method to model the hypersonic vehicle, and utilized μ-synthesis to design gain scheduled robust controller. Simulations imply that LPV modeling can be used in this type of vehicle.
For the longitudinal motion of a hypersonic aircraft containing 28 inertial and aerodynamic uncertain parameters, robust flight control systems with nonlinear dynamic inversion structure are. This paper proposes a novel prescribed performance tracking control for a hypersonic flight vehicle (HFV) with model uncertainties. Firstly, a HFV longitudinal motion model is decomposed into a velocity subsystem and an altitude subsystem. Meanwhile, considering the uncertainties of the model, the velocity subsystem and altitude subsystem are directly expressed as the forms with unknown Author: Siyuan Zhao, Xiaobing Li, Xiangwei Bu, Dongyang Zhang.
International Journal of Intelligent Computing and Cybernetics, Vol. 6, No. 2 Nonlinear Robust Control of a Hypersonic Flight Vehicle Using Fuzzy Disturbance Observer. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Vol. Flight control for hypersonic vehicle based on quasi-continuous integral high-order sliding hankins-farms.com by: The paper presents an application of genetic algorithms to the design of a longitudinal flight controller for a hypersonic accelerator vehicle which is to be used to launch small satellites.
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Sep 20, · Intelligent optimization methods are applied to the problem of real-time flight control for a class of airbreathing hypersonic vehicles (AHSV). The extreme flight conditions that will be encountered by single-stage-to-orbit vehicles, such as the National Aerospace Plane, present a tremendous challenge to the entire spectrum of aerospace technologies.
The main objective of this research is to apply the proposed method to the case of an air-breathing hypersonic flight vehicle (AHFV) control problem. In this work Robust nonlinear control system design for hypersonic flight vehicles: Obaid Ur Rehman: hankins-farms.com: BooksAuthor: Obaid Ur Rehman.
DSpace @ MIT Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles Research and Teaching Output of the MIT CommunityCited by: 3. Get this from a library. Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles. [Gregory Errol Chamitoff; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles. By Gregory Errol Chamitoff. Abstract. Intelligent optimization methods are applied to the problem of real-time flight control for a class of airbreathing hypersonic vehicles (AHSV).
The extreme flight conditions that will be encountered by single-stage-to-orbit vehicles, such as the Author: Gregory Errol Chamitoff.
Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles book Apr 27, · This work addresses the robust neural direct control of hypersonics flight vehicle (HFV) under dynamics uncertainty and actuator saturation. The controller is constructed with robust control and neural hankins-farms.com: Xia Wang, Bin Xu, Pengchao Zhang, Yu Zhang.
Jul 11, · In this paper under the condition that the air-breathing hypersonic cruise vehicle dynamics is considered, the robust Mach number controller for an air-breathing hypersonic cruise vehicle is designed by using the H ∞ robust control method.
The simulation and validation results indicate that the designed controller makes the Mach number control system have a very good performance, the designed controller meets the Mach number control system performance and robustness Author: Wenbiao Zhu.
The algorithm is demonstrated and evaluated using a realistic hypersonic vehicle simulation. Flight control for airbreathing hypersonic vehicles is particularly difficult due the combination of strict performance requirements, nonlinear dynamics, model uncertainty, complex constraints, and bounded hankins-farms.com by: 1.
Jul 11, · This paper proposes a fault-tolerant back-stepping control method for the hypersonic flight vehicle. An adaptive law is proposed to make sure that the normal actuators could compensate the ineffective actuators while failure exists. Meanwhile, the RBF NN is employed to estimate the unknown nonlinearity of the hankins-farms.com: Yuyan Guo, Qiang Wang, Bin Xu.
Aug 01, · A nonlinear extended state observer-based compensator is proposed. The stability of the whole closed-loop system is analyzed. Application of the new robust control design method to attitude control of hypersonic flying vehicle is demonstrated with a 6-DOF simulation hankins-farms.com by: 2.
May 23, · Nonlinear Robust Control of a Hypersonic Flight Vehicle Using Fuzzy Disturbance Observer. Mathematical Problems in Engineering, Vol. International Journal of Intelligent Computing and Cybernetics, Vol. 5, No. Flight control for hypersonic vehicle based on quasi-continuous integral high-order sliding hankins-farms.com by: Robust intelligent flight control for hypersonic vehicles.
By Gregory Errol Chamitoff. Download PDF (21 MB) Abstract. by Gregory Errol hankins-farms.com (Ph. D.)--Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dept. of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Includes bibliographical references (leaves ).
Experimental study of wake behind hypersonic vehicle utilizing the electric discharge method. The program for the complex investigation of the hypersonic flight laboratory (HFL) 'IGLA' in the PGU of TSNIIMASH MHD flight control for hypersonic vehicles. Wesley Robinson and. Mar 09, · In this paper, we propose a multi-objective robust controller based on fuzzy singularly perturbed models (FSPM) for the longitudinal motion of an air-breathing hypersonic vehicle.
The control objective is to provide velocity and altitude tracking in the presence of the uncertainties and unknown nonlinearities in the model caused by variations in flight hankins-farms.com by: A fault-tolerant controller based on robust model predictive control (RMPC) is proposed for hypersonic vehicle with external disturbances and actuator loss of effectiveness faults.
Firstly, the Author: Xiaohe Yang, Weijie Lv, Xiaofang Wei, Chaofang Hu. Abstract: This paper investigates a fault-tolerant control of the hypersonic flight vehicle using back-stepping and composite learning.
With consideration of angle of attack (AOA) constraint caused by scramjet, the control laws are designed based on barrier Lyapunov hankins-farms.com by: This paper focuses on the problem of robust model predictive tracking control for the flexible air-breathing hypersonic flight vehicle in the presence of state, actuator constraints and input delays.
Constraints, as well as input time delays, are the highly challenging problems in the design of flight control Cited by: Jun 21, · HOSM observer based robust adaptive hypersonic flight control using composite learning.
Hypersonic flight vehicle. Composite learning control. His research interests include intelligent control and adaptive control with application to flight dynamics. Xu is an Associate Editor of Neurocomputing, International Journal of Advanced Cited by: 2.
Sep 04, · Direct neural control of hypersonic flight vehicles with prediction model in discrete time. His research interests include intelligent control and adaptive control with application on flight dynamics, multi-robot formation and transportation system.
His research interests include robust control, nonlinear control, flight control, system Cited by: surface at hypersonic speeds) Aerodynamic stability and control For stability, many hypersonic vehicles display an unusual geometric feature.
It turns out that thick bases are often used on hypersonic vehicles, and in this section we illustrate why they are desirable. Robust Nonlinear Control Design of A Hypersonic Flight Vehicle Using Minimax Linear Quadratic Gaussian Control Conference Paper · December with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Dec 01, · This paper addresses issues related to robust control for an airbreathing hypersonic flight vehicle.
Owing to aero-propulsion couplings caused by the unique structure shape, the model of the vehicle is greatly nonlinear and complex, which presents an enormous technical challenge for control.
The nonlinear model is transformed into a linear fractional transformation (LFT) model, and a robust Cited by: 1.Evolutionary Design of Robust Flight Control for a Hypersonic Aircraft by Kevin J. Austin, B.E. Mechanical (Hons) Department of Mechanical Engineering The Univeristy of Queensland Brisbane, Australia A thesis submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy June