Control of nearly singular decoupling systems and nonlinear aircraft maneuver
The author treats the question of control of a class of nonlinear systems using state variable feedback whose input/output map is nearly singular. Although the existing decoupling theory is applicable to such systems, this requires a large amount of control, which may not be permissible. A decoupling approach using state variable feedback in an approximate sense, but requiring a small control magnitude is considered. A decoupling scheme is presented that gives rise to a singularly perturbed system describing the fast dynamics of the control vector. The quasi-steady-state solution of the system gives a control law that decouples the system in an approximate way. The controller includes a servo compensator and a reference trajectory generator. Based on this result, a control law for approximate decoupling of roll angle, angle of attack, and sideslip in rapid, nonlinear airplane maneuvers is derived. Simulated responses of the closed-loop system show that large, simultaneous lateral and longitudinal maneuvers can be accurately performed in spite of uncertainty in stability derivatives.
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Singh, S. N.
Control of nearly singular decoupling systems and nonlinear aircraft maneuver.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 24