Control and Dynamic Systems V33: Advances in Aerospace Systems Dynamics and Control Systems Part 3 of 3 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120127337, 9780323162494

Control and Dynamic Systems V33: Advances in Aerospace Systems Dynamics and Control Systems Part 3 of 3

1st Edition

Advances in Theory and Applications

Editors: C.T. Leonides
eBook ISBN: 9780323162494
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th April 1990
Page Count: 320
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Control and Dynamic Systems: Advances in Theory in Applications, Volume 33: Advances in Aerospace Systems Dynamics and Control Systems, Part 3 of 3 deals with significant advances in technologies which support the development of aerospace systems. It also presents several algorithms and computational techniques for complex aerospace systems. This book first presents a survey of analytical redundancy techniques to improve turbine engine control systems. It then discusses techniques for remotely piloted vehicles; control configured vehicles (CCV) techniques; aircraft handling; pilot-vehicle dynamics; and optimal control techniques for complex aerospace structure. This text is an excellent reference for research and professional workers in the field who want a comprehensive source of techniques with significant applied implications.

Table of Contents



Sensor Failure Detection for Jet Engines

I. Introduction

II. Analytical Redundancy Technology Base

III. Analytical Redundancy Technology Development

IV. Analytical Redundancy Technology Assessment

V. Concluding Remarks


Human Response Models for Interpretive Tasks

I. Introduction

II. Teleoperator Response Modeling

III. Pliancy of the Decision Directed Model

IV. Operator Response Characteristics

V. Conclusions


Decoupled Flight Control via a Model-Following Technique Using the Euler Operator

I. Introduction

II. Discrete-Time Models and Their Properties

III. Model-Following Controller Design

IV. Model-Following Control Using Plant Output

V. Decoupled Control Configured Vehicle Flight Control

VI. Conclusions

Appendix. FORTRAN Subroutines


Advances in Digital Signal Processing

I. Introduction

II. Multirate Digital Filter Specifications

III. Criteria for Design of Multirate Filters

IV. Multirate Filter Design

V. Statement of the Problem

VI. Solution by the Method of Lagrange Multipliers

VII. Maximally Flat Multirate Finite Impulse Response Digital Filters

VIII Bandpass Finite Impulse Response Digital Filters

IX. Passband Fine Tuning

X. Filter Design Algorithm

XI. Design Examples

XII. Summary

Appendix. Derivation of Equation (54)


Methodology for the Analytical Assessment of Aircraft Handling Qualities

I. Introduction and Background

II. Structural Model of the Human Pilot

III. Handling Qualities Metric

IV. Control Sensitivity

V. Applicability of the Methodology

VI. Conclusions


Identification of Pilot-Vehicle Dynamics from Simulation and Flight Test

I. Introduction

II. Identification Techniques

III. Examples

IV. Conclusions


Strapdown Inertial Navigation System Requirements Imposed by Synthetic Aperture Radar

I. Introduction

II. Background

III. Analysis for Straight and Level Mapping Segment

IV. Operation in the Presence of Acceleration

V. Modification to Permit Update/Alignment during a Frame

VI. Conclusions

Appendix A. Background for Synthetic Aperture Radar Degradation Analysis

Appendix B. Checklist of Issues to Be Raised


Trajectory Estimation Algorithm Using Angles-Only, Multisensor Tracking Techniques

I. Introduction

II. Development of Triangulation Trajectory Tracker

III. Triangulation Trajectory Tracker Algorithm Performance

IV. Algorithm Performance Comparison

V. Conclusions


A Perturbation Approach to the Maneuvering and Control of Space Structures

I. Introduction

II. Pseudomodal Equations of Motion

III. Control Strategy

IV. Control of the Elastic Model

V. Design of a Reduced-Order Compensator

VI. Disturbance Accommodation

VII. Finite-Time Stability of the Elastic Model

VIII. Numerical Example

IX. Summary and Conclusions

Appendix. Finite-Time Stability




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