Dynamic Feedback Linearization and Large Pitch Attitude Control of Satellite Using Solar Radiation Pressure
Proceedings of the American Control Conference
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
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The question of large angle pitch attitude maneuver of satellites using solar radiation pressure is considered. For pitch axis maneuver, two highly reflective control surfaces are used to generate radiation moment. Based on dynamic feedback linearization, a nonlinear control law is derived for large pitch attitude control. In the closed-loop system, the response characteristics of the pitch angle are governed by a fourth order linear differential equation. Robustness of control system is obtained by the integral error feedback. Simulation results are presented to show that in the closed-loop system, attitude control of the satellite is accomplished in spite of the parameter uncertainty in the system
Adaptive control systems; Artificial satellites – Attitude; Artificial satellites – Attitude control systems; Artificial satellites – Attitude – Effect of radiation pressure on; Radiation pressure; Solar radiation
Acoustics, Dynamics, and Controls | Aerospace Engineering | Mechanical Engineering | Navigation, Guidance, Control and Dynamics | Space Vehicles
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Singh, S. N.,
Dynamic Feedback Linearization and Large Pitch Attitude Control of Satellite Using Solar Radiation Pressure.
Proceedings of the American Control Conference, 5
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Conference Held: 21 Jun 1995-23 Jun 1995; Seattle, WA