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Research in robust control for hypersonic aircraft
by School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Atlanta, Ga, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||principal investigator, A.J. Calise.|
|Series||[NASA contractor report] -- NASA CR-194106., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-194106.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
To present the advantages of the proposed control method, the singular values of the closed-loop transfer functions from the disturbances Δ 1, 3 and Δ 2, 4 to the outputs y 1 and y 2 are discussed. The singular values in the velocity and height channels are compared in Fig. 2, Fig. 3, these figures, it can be seen that the proposed robust controller can achieve Cited by: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA
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Gain-Scheduled H-Infinity Control and Analysis of a Nonlinear Generic Hypersonic Vehicle By Alec Davis Bowman Submitted to the graduate degree program in Aerospace Engineering and the Graduate Faculty of the University of Kansas in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Masters of Science. Dr. Shawn Keshmiri, Chairperson. Free Online Library: Hypersonic weapons and escalation control in East Asia. by "Strategic Studies Quarterly"; Government Antiterrorism measures Arms race Ballistic missile defenses Chinese foreign relations East and West East-West relations Intercontinental ballistic missiles Military policy Military strategy Reports Ordnance testing United States foreign .
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RESEARCH IN ROBUST CONTROL FOR HYPERSONIC AIRCRAFT / 2(P Progress Report #2 October 1 December - 31 August (NASA-CRo) _ESEARCH IN ROBUST CONTROL FOR HYPERSONIC AIRCRAFT Progress Report No.
2, I Dec. - 31 Aug. (Georgia Inst. of Tech.) 24 p N Uncl,_s G_/O8 Research supported by the Author: H. Buschek, I. Gregory. Robust Nonlinear Control of a Hypersonic Aircraft Article in Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics 23(4) July with 54 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Get this from a library. Research in robust control for hypersonic aircraft: final report. [Anthony J Calise; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. Get this from a library. Research in robust control for hypersonic aircraft.
[A J Calise; H Buschek; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. RESEARCH IN ROBUST CONTROL FOR HYPERSONIC AIRCRAFT Progress Report _3 March 1 September - 28 February //J 7 k)/r_ /IJ-O 8-c_Research supported by the NASA Langley Research Center NASA Grant Number: NAG-l Principal Investigator: A.J.
Calise Research Assistant: H. Buschek NASA Grant Monitors: J.D. McMinn I. Gregory. Title: A study of Hypersonic Aircraft Author: nasa Subject: Biosciences - 4 Keywords: Hypersonic Aircraft; Hypersonic Flight Created Date: 3/8/ PM.
Lee  et al. designed a non-linear dynamic inverse control law for a class of hypersonic aircraft, and obtained better control performance through robust enhancement method. This chapter presents a robust guidance algorithm for intercepting hypersonic targets. Since the differential of the line-of-sight rate is more sensitive to the target maneuver, a nonlinear proportional and differential guidance law (NPDG) is given by employing the differential of the line-of-sight rate produced by a nonlinear tracking differentiator.
Based on the NPDG, a fractional Author: Jian Chen, Yu Han, Yuan Ren. The design approach has the potential for direct design of control laws which feature both robust stability and performance.
Two vehicles are being considered in the MAVRIC program: a fighter aircraft with enhanced maneuverability and a hypervelocity flight vehicle. Control law development for the hypersonic vehicle will be discussed in this paper. In this paper, a new robust controller design scheme integrating a nominal controller and a compensator is discussed.
The nominal controller is designed for good performance of nominal system using nonlinear dynamic inverse control technique. The compensating controller can be seen as a standalone loop added to the system to compensate the effects of uncertainties Cited by: 2.
History. The first manufactured object to achieve hypersonic flight was the two-stage Bumper rocket, consisting of a WAC Corporal second stage set on top of a V-2 first stage.
In Februaryat White Sands, the rocket reached a speed of 8, km/h (5, mph), or approximately Mach The vehicle, however, burned on atmospheric re-entry, and only. Hyper-X, NASA's multi-year hypersonic flight research program, sought to overcome one of the greatest aeronautical research challenges - air-breathing hypersonic flight.
The command filter based robust nonlinear controller is designed for the longitudinal dynamics of a generic hypersonic aircraft in presence of parametric model uncertainty and magnitude constraints on the states and actuators.
The functional subsystems are transformed into the linearly parameterized form and the controller is proposed based on Cited by: The controller design for hypersonic vehicle is critical and challenging because of the inherent couplings between the propulsion system and the airframe dynamics, as well as the presence of strong flexibility effects.
Many researchers have investigated various strategies to mitigate the coupling by means of robust design methods. This paper reviews the recent research efforts to. Category:Hypersonic aircraft. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Aircraft that can fly at hypersonic speed, ie. between Mach 5 and Subcategories.
This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. S Scramjet-powered aircraft (10 P) Spaceplanes (4 C, 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 Robust Controller of Hypersonic Aircraft Based on Grey Prediction Sliding Mode Control Xin Jiao, Ju Jiang, Haiyan Xu, Hongpeng Meng 48 DGM Model Based on Anti-cotangent Function and Its Application Jun Zhang, Xiong Lü, Mengfei Ran, Guodong Han A new DARPA video shows the U.S.
military's Falcon Hypersonic Technology Vehicle 2 (HTV-2) during its Aug. 11 test flight. The hypersonic aircraft reached a sped of Mach 20 and controlled its. Systems Control Technology, Inc.
is participating in the Air Force program entitled "Robust Control Law Development for Modern Aerospace Vehicles" (MAVRIC) as a subcontractor to Northrop Aircraft Division.
The goal of this program is to apply state-of-the-art robust control law design methodologies to high-performance aircraft with significant modelling errors. The unmanned research scramjet aircraft first flew in and reached a speed of over Mach 5 on May 1, for seconds – the longest duration powered hypersonic flight.
XA ready for. Robust Nonlinear Flight Control of a High-Performance Aircraft (pdf), IEEE Trans. Control Systems Technology, Vol. 13, No. 1, Janpp. (with Q. Wang). Probabilistic Control of Nonlinear Uncertain Dynamic Systems (pdf), in Probabilistic and Randomized Methods for Design under Uncertainty, G.
Calafiore and F. Dabbene, ed., Springer. This paper investigates the adaptive controller for the longitudinal dynamics of a generic hypersonic aircraft. The control-oriented model is adopted for design. The subsystem is transformed into the linearly parameterized form. Based on the parameter projection estimation, the dynamic inverse control is proposed via by: 1.
This paper proposes a robust adaptive strategy for longitudinal dynamics of generic hypersonic flight vehicles with uncertainties and faults.
Flight vehicles are generally subjected to disturbances and multiple faults, which should be compensated for to .