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AUTOMATIC CONTROL IN AEROSPACE 2001 IPV

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AUTOMATIC CONTROL IN AEROSPACE 2001 IPV

G. Bertoni

ISBN 0080436846
Pages 494

Description
This Proceedings contains the papers presented at the 15th IFAC Symposium on Automatic Control in Aerospace, which was held in Bologna/Forli, Italy, from 2-7 September 2001.



Even though space activity is slowing down, there are several reasons to believe that research into automatic control in aerospace will continue to be a field where the most advanced theories of automatic control are applied. One of these reasons is that, as is well known, within the next ten years the traditional navigational aids will be substituted by satellite-based systems such as GPS, GNSS etc. Consequently, there will be an intensification of studies on the control of aircraft both en route and in the terminal areas, and also on the manipulation and integration of data, as safety reasons prohibit reliance on satellite constellations alone. Moreover, satellites will play a major role in developing a global communication system. These changes and new visions require control engineers to solve many challenging and exciting engineering problems, and will encourage new ideas and practices.



The Symposium and its Proceedings demonstrate that research into automatic control in aerospace has the potential to address many more problems than are mentioned above. The papers in the Proceedings present solutions to real world problems using high-level theoretical tools such as internal-model-based control of non-linear systems, adaptive control of flexible systems, tracking and surveillance systems, robust avionics dead reckoning filtering, and pursuit-evasion games.



Another key aspect of the Symposium was the presentation of important applications already accomplished, or on the way to being implemented. Examples of this are space robotics for interplanetary missions, integration of conventional and satellite-based navigation, advances in missile guidance and control systems and last, but not least, the Galileo Project.



The Proceedings contains over 70 papers, including plenary papers by leading world experts. This volume will be essential reading for anyone with an interest in the present state and the future development of aerospace control systems.


Contents
Plenary Papers . Operations control processes for the Galileo satellite navigation services (R. van Holtz). Adaptive control of aerospace structures with persistent disturbances (M.J. Balas). Methods and software for research and design of the spacecraft robust fault tolerant control systems (Ye.I. Somov). Selected aspects of attitude sensors for spacecrafts - Part I (R. Strietzel et al .). Selected aspects of attitude sensors for spacecrafts - Part II (R. Strietzel et al .). Spacecraft Attitude Control and Space Robotics . Magnetometer use in momentum bias systems (W. Fichter). Spacecraft attitude determination using electrostatically suspended gyros (V.Z. Gusinsky et al .). Arbitrary fuel - optimal attitude maneuvring of non-symmetric space vehicle in a connected frame (I. Ioslovich). Fine gyroless attitude control: the sax experience (P. Martella et al .). Precision gryo-stabilized platform on the base of gas-static supported gyros (Y.S. Alexandrov et al .). Rate-profiler based minimum-time control for spacecraft attitude manoeuvre (T. Saitoh et al .). Some questions of safety and efficiency control of a space robotic module's flight near by a space station (V.Yu. Rutkovsky, V.M. Sukhanov). Nonlinear dynamics of gyromoment attitude control and precise antenna pointing by the SESAT spacecraft (G.P. Titov et al .). Transient effects related to reconfigurable control design (satellite launcher) (F.O. Ramos et al .). Passivity based nonlinear attitude control of the Rømer satellite (M.M. Quottrup et al .). Autonomous predicted control of spacecraft with changing configuration (S.D. Zemlyakov, V.M. Glumov). Theory and Applications on Guidance, Navigation and Control of Aerospace Vehicles . LPV model identification for the stall and surge control of a jet engine (B. Bamieh et al .). Satellite autonomous navigation based on image motion analysis (K. Janschek, S. Dyblenko). Stability theory methods in gyrostabilization systems dynamics (L.K. Kuzmina). Exclusive and non-exclusive multi-model tracking filters for air traffic control (Z. Kowalczuk, M. Sankowski). Dynamics and control of tethered satellite system (Shaohua Yu, Qiang Liu). Regulation of rigid spacecraft angular momentum using port controlled hamiltonian structure (H. Siguerdidjane, H. Rodriguez). Control, Design Analysis and Synthesis for Aerospace Applications . Complexity mitigation by active control applied to linear dynamic systems (A.P. Buckley et al .). Quadratic stabilization with partial eigenstructure assignment: application to flight control design (A. Satoh, K. Sugimoto). The effect of the small damping sloshing to the flexible launch vehicle stability (H. Suzuki). Robust flight control design with eigenstructure assignment (H. Tokutake). A robust multi-objective synthesis applied to launcher attitude control (O. Voinot et al .). Satellite Navigation Systems: GPS/GLONASS Applications . Improved filter type integrity monitoring in satellite navigation (W.-C. Yang et al .). Calibration of time synchronization error in GPS/SDINS hybrid navigation (H.K. Lee et al .). H-IIA rocket range safety - GPS application (T. Miyano et al .). A two-level optimal estimator for attitude determination using GPS measurements (Y. Li, M. Murata). Integrating satellite and inertial navigation - conventional and new fusion approaches (J.F. Wagner, T. Wieneke). Attitude determination with GPS Based on predictive filter (J. Yang et al .). Algorithm of federated filter with different local and master filter states (Hong Zhuan Qiu, Hong Yue Zhang). Generalized derivation of the EKF based inertial navigation error dynamics (C. Eck, H.P. Geering). One-step parameter identification using moving horizon states estimation method (A. Legowo et al .). Increase of positioning robustness by integration of CDMA and GPS (W. Kim et al .). Robust avionics dead reckoning filtering scheme via LMI (P. Castaldi et al .). FO-DIAS project: an overview and the development status (G. Bertoni et al .). A virtual laboratory on satellite-based navigation (G. Bertoni et al .). Miscellaneous: Fault Tolerant Control Systems, Multidisciplinary Flight Control, Virtual Laboratory, Flexible Structure Control . Supervisioned jet thrusters and piezoactuators control for vibration suppression of a large flexible structure (D. Guarneri et al .). Robust control law design for a small commercial aircraft (F. Amato et al .). Large space structures: modelling and control (G. Anshakov et al .). Evaluation of timing and fault handling qualities of distributed flight control system (K. Ahlström et al .). Longitudinal flight control system design for propulsion controlled aircraft (Y. Ochi, K. Kanai). CASSA - concept of active system safety for aviation (I. Schagaev). A virtual laboratory for space systems engineering experiments (K. Schilling et al .). Future technology for flight control systems (J. Torin). Control of input redundant affine systems: application to runway axis tracking at landing (F. Villaumé et al .). Nonlinear six-degree-of-freedom control for flexible spacecraft (T. Yamashita et al .). Parity vector compensation for fault diagnosis of inertial sensor unit (C.L. Wei, H.Y. Zhang). Guidance, Navigation, High Precision Pointing Control Systems and Tracking Theory . Sub-nanometric optics stabilization in view of GAIA astrometric mission (E. Canuto, S. Cesare). Navigation sensors architecture for the automated transfer vehicle (S. Dussy et al .). Dynamics of the maneuvering vehicle IKAR control system by the orbital placement of globalstar satellites (Ye.I. Somov et al .). Optical correlator for image motion compensation in the focal plane of a satellite camera (K. Janschek, V. Tchernykh). Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks for Flying Vehicle Applications . Waypoint-based fuzzy guidance for unmanned aircraft (F. Giulietti et al .). Neural aircraft autopilot gain adjuster (N. Raimbault et al .). Neural network-based virtual sensors in flight control systems (B. Tranchero, C. Latorre). Invited Papers: Advances in Missile Guidance and Control Systems . Modern missile flight control design: an overview (A. Tsourdos, B.A. White). Modern missile guidance design: an overview (B.A. White, A. Tsourdos). Missile guidance laws based on pursuit-evasion game formulations (J. Shinar, V. Turetsky). Suboptimal guidance for passive homing missiles with angle-only-measurement (H.-I. Lee et al .). Design and flight test of a robust autopilot for the IRIS-T air-to-air missile (H. Buschek). Flight control design for a STT missile: A fuzzy LPV approach (A.V. Blumel et al .). Missile Guidance, Navigation and Control . PD-eigenstructure assignment for linear time-varying systems and its application to missile flight control (J.W. Choi, H.C. Lee). Gain scheduling for an aerospace launcher with bending modes (B. Clement et al .). Robust analysis of a launcher attitude controller via &mgr;-analysis (N. Imbert). Robust control of the missile attitude based on quaternion feedback (C. Song et al .). Application of coefficient diagram method to dual-control-surface missile (S. Manabe). Poster Papers . Dynamic compensation for a rotational motion simulator (A.S. Funada, W.C. Leite Filho). INS/GPS integration using parallel kalman filtering (C. Hajiyev, M. Aykut Tutucu). Modelling, control and simulation of a light twin engine aircraft (S. Mazzoni et al .). QFT based robust controller design for launch vehicle autopilot (V.R. Lalithambika et al .). Simultaneous optimization of intelligent structure and feedback gains for flexible structure control (Y. Li et al .). Wing-in-ground flight automatic control principles, systems and application advantages (A.V. Nebylov).