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Gain-Scheduled Aircraft Control Using Linear Parameter-Varying Feedback

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Published
**1996**
by Storming Media
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Written in English

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Format | Spiral-bound |

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Open Library | OL11851892M |

ISBN 10 | 142357642X |

ISBN 10 | 9781423576426 |

in the characteristics of the aircraft dynamics throughout the flight envelope make gain scheduling a particularly suitable design strategy. This research consists of two parts: (1) aircraft pitch attitude scheduling scheme designs, and (2) control of a class of linear parametrically varying (LPV) systems. LMI relaxations for robust gain-scheduled control of uncertain linear parameter varying systems Abstract: This study deals with the problem of robust gain-scheduled dynamic output feedback control for uncertain discrete-time linear parameter varying systems.

The design of state feedback gain-scheduled controllers for linear parameter-varying systems with saturating actuators is addressed in the paper. The parameters can vary arbitrarily fast inside a polytope with known vertices. Sufficient conditions for the existence of gain-scheduled controllers assuring asymptotic stability for initial conditions inside a region of the state space are provided. The main goal of this work is to study the stability properties of an aircraft with nonlinear behavior, controlled using a gain scheduled approach. An output feedback is proposed which is able to guarantee asymptotical stability of the task-coordinates origin and safety of the operation in the entire flight envelope. The results are derived using theory of hybrid and singular perturbed systems.

The control design uses a 6-DOF nonlinear dynamic model that is manipulated into a pseudo-linear form where system matrices are given explicitly as a function of the current state. A standard Riccati equation is then solved numerically at each step of a 50 Hz control loop to design the nonlinear state feedback control law on-line. The approach combines LPV theory based on Linear Matrix Inequalities (LMIs) and μ-synthesis to form a new robust approach for large envelope control design. The new approach is used to design an automatically gain-scheduled pitch-rate controller for the F Variable Stability In-Flight Simulator Test Aircraft (VISTA).

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Gain-Scheduled Aircraft Control Using Linear Parameter-Varying Feedback [Martin R. Breton] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Gain-Scheduled Aircraft Control Using Linear Parameter-Varying FeedbackAuthor: Martin R.

Breton. Gain scheduling. In designing feedback controllers for dynamical systems a variety of modern, multivariable controllers are used. In general, these controllers are often designed at various operating points using linearized models of the system dynamics and are scheduled as a function of a parameter or parameters for operation at intermediate conditions.

It is an approach for the control of. Model Gain-Scheduled Control Systems in Simulink. In Simulink ®, you can model gain-scheduled control systems in which controller gains or coefficients depend on scheduling variables such as time, operating conditions, or model library of linear parameter-varying blocks in Control System Toolbox™ lets you implement common control-system elements with variable gains.

This paper presents a gain-scheduled control approach for the vertical takeoff and landing aircraft. The non-linear aircraft dynamics are formulated as a linear parameter varying (LPV) system with external parameter-dependent disturbance, which arisen from the equilibrating between gravity force and nozzles by: This paper presents a gain-scheduled control approach for the vertical takeoff and landing aircraft.

The non-linear aircraft dynamics are formulated as a linear parameter varying (LPV) system with. Robust Longitudinal Flight Control Design Using Linear Parameter-Varying Feedback Mark S.

Spillman U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, Wright–Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio More advanced methods, such as Dynamic Gain Scheduled (DGS) [17] [18][19] or Linear Parameter Varying (LPV), 20 integrate the HCTs in the synthesis at the expense of.

Gain-Scheduled Lateral Control of the F Aircraft During Powered Approach Landing. A proportional–integral-based robust state-feedback control method for linear parameter-varying systems and its application to aircraft.

F aircraft lateral adaptive control using. Abstract. When Gain-Scheduled (GS) H ∞ output-feedback controllers are designed for continuous-time Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) systems via Parameter-Dependent Lyapunov Functions (PDLFs) using existing design methods, the designed controllers depend not only on the scheduling parameters but also on their derivatives.

However, estimating parameters in real-time is a. Gain-Scheduled Missile Autopilot Design Using Linear Parameter Varying Transformations Jeff S. Shamma* University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas and James R.

Cloutiert U.S. Air Force Armament Directorate, Eglin Air Force Base, Florida This paper presents a gain-scheduled design for a missile longitudinal autopilot. of ﬂexible aircraft.

This chapter investigates the use of linear parameter varying (LPV) analysis and control techniques for ﬂexible aircraft control. There are two main objectives of this chapter. The ﬁrst is to introduce new software tools LPV modeling, anal-ysis, and control synthesis.

These tools implementexisting analysis and synthe. In this paper, a gain-scheduled controller design method is proposed for linear parameter varying (LPV) stochastic systems subject to H ∞ performance constraint.

Applying the stochastic differential equation, the stochastic behaviors of. tion 4. The application of LPV control design techniques to aerospace systems is described in Section 5. The results of this paper are summa-rized in Section 6.

2 Parameter Varying Systems Gain-scheduled control methods are based on in-terpolated, linear controllers that are scheduled as a function of one or several variables. Tradi. The control method proposed in this paper integrates the PID control into robust control formulation as a robust Structured Static Output Feedback (SSOF) problem of Linear-Parameter-Varying (LPV) systems, which can be converted into a Parameter Dependent Bilinear-Matrix-Inequality (PDBMI) optimization problem.

This paper investigates the use of linear parameter varying (LPV) analysis and control techniques for exible aircraft control. NASA Dryden’s X Active Aeroelastic Wing (AAW) testbed22{24 is used to demonstrate the applicability of LPV techniques.

The AAW is an experimental ight test capability for aeroservoelastic control research. The key ideas are illustrated with a nonlinear aircraft flight control example.

Issue Section: and Chang, B. C.,“Stabilizing Controller Design for Linear Parameter Varying Systems Using Parameter Feedback,” Proceedings of the AIAA Guidance Guaranteed Properties of Gain Scheduled Control for Linear Parameter-varying Plants.

Synthesising a gain-scheduled output feedback H ∞ controller via parameter-dependent Lyapunov functions for linear parameter-varying (LPV) plant models involves solving an infinite number of linear matrix inequalities (LMIs).

In practice, for affine LPV models, a finite number of LMIs can be achieved using convexifying techniques. Parameter‐dependent systems are linear systems, whose state‐space descriptions are know Linear, parameter‐varying control and its application to a turbofan engine - Balas - - International Journal of Robust and Nonlinear Control - Wiley Online Library.

Control of Linear Parameter Varying Systems compiles state-of-the-art contributions on novel analytical and computational methods for addressing system identification, model reduction, performance analysis and feedback control design and addresses address theoretical developments, novel computational approaches and illustrative applications to various fields.

In the current work, a new gain-scheduled control design approach is applied to aircraft lateral-directional axis control during powered approach phase.

Switching linear parameter varying(LPV) with multi-Lyapunov function is employed to aircraft control system for getting a high handling quality.

The aircraft model is linearized at different operating points to obtain an LPV open model, whose. () Parameter Estimation of Polytopic Models for a Linear Parameter Varying Aircraft System.

TRANSACTIONS OF THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR AERONAUTICAL AND SPACE SCIENCES() Descriptor Polytopic Model of Aircraft and Gain Scheduling State Feedback Control.control systems, namely, linear parameter-varying plants.

This class of systems is important since it can be shown that gain scheduled control of nonlinear plants takes the form of a linear parameter-varying plant where the "parameter" is actually a reference trajectory or some endogenous signal such as the plant output (cf.

[36]).control systems using the Linear Parameter-Varying (LPV) framework. LPVTools contains data structures to represent both LFT and gridded (Jacobian-linearization) types of LPV systems. In addition it contains a collection of functions and tools for model reduction.