Model reduction and control of ASTREX using stable fractions
The Advanced Space Structures Technology Research Experiments (ASTREX) is a precision structure situated at the Phillips Laboratory, Edwards Air Force Base, CA. The structure is a test bed to develop, test and validate control strategies for large-angle, three axis slewing maneuversm and vibration suppression [3,4]. The facility is funded by Air Force and is supported by on-site staff. Number of investigators from universities and industries have been involved in the research pertaining to the control-structure interaction.
Control theory; Rotational motion; Vibration (Aeronautics); Vibration--Control
Aerospace Engineering | Controls and Control Theory | Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Model reduction and control of ASTREX using stable fractions.
IEEE Transactions on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, 32(4),