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MIMO conditional integrator control for unmanned airlaunch


A Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) controller based on the conditional integrator technique is designed for the robust stabilization of a new satellite launching strategy called (unmanned) airlaunch. This strategy consists in using a two-stages launching system. The first stage is composed of an airplane (manned or unmanned) that carries a rocket launcher which constitute the subsequent stages. The control objective is to stabilize the aircraft in the launch phase. It is developed separately for two nonlinear motion modes of the model, the longitudinal and lateral modes, and is applied to the full multi-input multi-output model of the aircraft. The considered model is highly nonlinear, mostly as a consequence of possible large angle of attack, sideslip and roll angle. Finally, the present work illustrates through simulations the good performance of the proposed control algorithm.
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hal-00745014 , version 1 (24-10-2012)


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van Cuong Nguyen, Gilney Damm. MIMO conditional integrator control for unmanned airlaunch. 15th International Conference on System Theory, Control and Computing (ICSTCC 2011), Oct 2011, Sinaia, Romania. (elec. proc). ⟨hal-00745014⟩
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