Fault Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft

Fault Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft

Fault - tolerant control is a widely used technique used to meet this goal . Fault - Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft presents the fundamentals of spacecraft fault - tolerant attitude control systems and presents the most recent ...

Author: Qinglei Hu

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323901246

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 304

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Fault-Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft presents the fundamentals of spacecraft fault-tolerant attitude control systems, along with the most recent research and advanced, nonlinear control techniques. This book gives researchers a self-contained guide to the complex tasks of envisaging, designing, implementing and experimenting by presenting designs for integrated modeling, dynamics, fault-tolerant attitude control, and fault reconstruction for spacecraft. Specifically, the book gives a full literature review and presents preliminaries and mathematical models, robust fault-tolerant attitude control, fault-tolerant attitude control with actuator saturation, velocity-free fault tolerant attitude control, finite-time fault-tolerant attitude tracking control, and active fault-tolerant attitude contour. Finally, the book looks at the future of this interesting topic, offering readers a one-stop solution for those working on fault-tolerant attitude control for spacecraft. Presents the fundamentals of fault-tolerant attitude control systems for spacecraft in one practical solution Gives the latest research and thinking on nonlinear attitude control, fault tolerant control, and reliable attitude control Brings together concepts in fault control theory, fault diagnosis, and attitude control for spacecraft Covers advances in theory, technological aspects, and applications in spacecraft Presents detailed numerical and simulation results to assist engineers Offers a clear, systematic reference on fault-tolerant control and attitude control for spacecraft
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Fault Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft

Fault Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft

It then offers a conclusion, and looks to the future. This book offers a one-stop solution for researchers and engineers working on fault-tolerant attitude control for spacecraft.

Author: Qinglei Hu

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323898638

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 304

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Fault-Tolerant Attitude Control of Spacecraft presents the fundamentals of spacecraft fault-tolerant attitude control systems, along with the most recent research and advanced, nonlinear control techniques. This book gives researchers a self-contained guide to the complex tasks of envisaging, designing, implementing and experimenting by presenting designs for integrated modeling, dynamics, fault-tolerant attitude control, and fault reconstruction for spacecraft. Specifically, the book gives a full literature review and presents preliminaries and mathematical models, robust fault-tolerant attitude control, fault-tolerant attitude control with actuator saturation, velocity-free fault tolerant attitude control, finite-time fault-tolerant attitude tracking control, and active fault-tolerant attitude contour. Finally, the book looks at the future of this interesting topic, offering readers a one-stop solution for those working on fault-tolerant attitude control for spacecraft. Presents the fundamentals of fault-tolerant attitude control systems for spacecraft in one practical solution Gives the latest research and thinking on nonlinear attitude control, fault tolerant control, and reliable attitude control Brings together concepts in fault control theory, fault diagnosis, and attitude control for spacecraft Covers advances in theory, technological aspects, and applications in spacecraft Presents detailed numerical and simulation results to assist engineers Offers a clear, systematic reference on fault-tolerant control and attitude control for spacecraft
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Control Allocation for Spacecraft Under Actuator Faults

Control Allocation for Spacecraft Under Actuator Faults

This book provides a systematical and comprehensive description of some facets of modeling, designing, analyzing and exploring the control allocation and fault-tolerant control problems for over-actuated spacecraft attitude control system ...

Author: Qinglei Hu

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811604393

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 221

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This book provides a systematical and comprehensive description of some facets of modeling, designing, analyzing and exploring the control allocation and fault-tolerant control problems for over-actuated spacecraft attitude control system under actuator failures, system uncertainties and disturbances. The book intends to provide a unified platform for understanding and applicability of the fault-tolerant attitude control and control allocation for different purposes in aerospace engineering and some related fields. And it is particularly suited for readers who are interested to learn solutions in spacecraft attitude control system design and related engineering applications.
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Spacecraft Attitude Control

Spacecraft Attitude Control

[1] Sakthivel R, Selvi S, Mathiyalagan K. Fault-tolerant sampled-data control of flexible spacecraft with probabilistic time delays. Nonlinear Dynamics 2015 ... Vibration suppression of flexible spacecraft during attitude control.

Author: Chuang Liu

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780323990066

Category: Science

Page: 384

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Spacecraft Attitude Control: A Linear Matrix Inequality Approach solves problems for spacecraft attitude control systems using convex optimization, and more specifically, through a linear matrix inequalities approach (LMI). High-precision pointing and improved robustness in the face of external disturbances and other uncertainties are requirements for the current generation of spacecraft. The title develops an LMI approach to spacecraft attitude control and shows that all uncertainties in the maneuvering process can be solved numerically. The book develops a wide variety of novel and robust controllers, applicable both to spacecraft attitude control and easily extendible to second-order systems. This title introduces spacecraft attitude control and robust systems, giving an extensive survey of current research and helping researchers improve robust control performance. Considers the control requirements of modern spacecraft Presents rigid and flexible spacecraft control systems with inherent mathematic uncertainties that lead to a model-like state-space Develops a variety of novel and robust controllers directly applicable to spacecraft control and extendable to other second-order systems Includes a systematic survey of recent research in spacecraft attitude control
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Fast Satellite Attitude Maneuver and Control

Fast Satellite Attitude Maneuver and Control

[11] S. Yin, B. Xiao, S.X. Ding, et al., A review on recent development of spacecraft attitude fault tolerant control system, IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron. 63 (5) (2016) 3311–3320. [12] S.N. Wu, R. Wang, G. Radice, et al., Robust attitude ...

Author: Dong Ye

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780323954563

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 280

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Fast Satellite Attitude Maneuver and Control introduces the concept of agile satellites and corresponding fast maneuver attitude control systems, systematically and comprehensively presenting recent research results of fast maneuver attitude control for agile satellites by using advanced nonlinear control techniques. This reference book focuses on modeling and attitude control, considering different actuator combinations, actuator installation deviation, actuator fault, and flexible appendage coupling effect for agile satellites. The book provides a unified platform for understanding and applicability of agile satellites fast maneuverer and stabilization control for different purposes. It will be an excellent resource for researchers working on spacecraft design, nonlinear control systems, vehicle systems and complex control systems. Unifies existing and emerging concepts concerning nonlinear control theory, fault tolerant, and attitude control for agile satellites Provides a series of the latest results, including, but not limited to, fast maneuverer and stabilization control, hybrid actuator control, nonlinear attitude control, fault tolerant control, and active vibration suppression towards agile satellites Comprehensively captures recent advances of theory, technological aspects and applications of fast maneuverer and stabilization control in agile satellites Addresses research problems in each chapter, along with numerical and simulation results that reflect engineering practice and demonstrate the focus of developed analysis and synthesis approaches Contains comprehensive, up-to-date references, which play an indicative role for further study
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Signal and Information Processing Networking and Computers

Signal and Information Processing  Networking and Computers

5 Conclusion This paper studies the integrated fault estimation and fault-tolerant control design of rigid spacecraft attitude Lipschitz nonlinear system for external disturbance and partial failure of the actuator.

Author: Jiande Sun

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811933875

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1515

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This book collects selected papers from the 8th Conference on Signal and Information Processing, Networking and Computers held in Ji’nan, Shandong, China on September 13-17, 2021. It focuses on the current works of information theory, communication system, computer science, aerospace technologies and big data and other related technologies. Readers from both academia and industry of this field can contribute and find their interests from the book.
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Finite Time and Cooperative Control of Flight Vehicles

Finite Time and Cooperative Control of Flight Vehicles

Fault-tolerant performance is another equally important requirement for the attitude control of spacecraft. In the last few years, the problem of fault-tolerant attitude control for a single spacecraft has been widely investigated in [5 ...

Author: Yuanqing Xia

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9789811313738

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 400

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This book focuses on the finite-time control of attitude stabilization, attitude tracking for individual spacecraft, and finite-time control of attitude synchronization. It discusses formation reconfiguration for multiple spacecraft in complex networks, and provides a new fast nonsingular terminal sliding mode surface (FNTSMS). Further, it presents newly designed controllers and several control laws to enhance the performance of spacecraft systems and meet related demands, such as strong disturbance rejection and high-precision control. As such, the book establishes a fundamental framework for these topics, while also highlighting the importance of integrated analysis. It is a useful resource for all researchers and students who are interested in this field, as well as engineers whose work involves designing flight vehicles.
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Fault Tolerant Attitude Estimation for Small Satellites

Fault Tolerant Attitude Estimation for Small Satellites

K. K. N. Tudoroiu, “Fault detection and diagnosis for satellite's attitude control system (ACS) using an interactive multiple model (IMM) approach,” pp. 1287–1292, 2005. 6. J. Lee and C. G. Park, “Cascade filter structure for ...

Author: Chingiz Hajiyev

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781351248815

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 305

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Small satellites use commercial off-the-shelf sensors and actuators for attitude determination and control (ADC) to reduce the cost. These sensors and actuators are usually not as robust as the available, more expensive, space-proven equipment. As a result, the ADC system of small satellites is more vulnerable to any fault compared to a system for larger competitors. This book aims to present useful solutions for fault tolerance in ADC systems of small satellites. The contents of the book can be divided into two categories: fault tolerant attitude filtering algorithms for small satellites and sensor calibration methods to compensate the sensor errors. MATLAB® will be used to demonstrate simulations. Presents fault tolerant attitude estimation algorithms for small satellites with an emphasis on algorithms’ practicability and applicability Incorporates fundamental knowledge about the attitude determination methods at large Discusses comprehensive information about attitude sensors for small satellites Reviews calibration algorithms for small satellite magnetometers with simulated examples Supports theory with MATLAB simulation results which can be easily understood by individuals without a comprehensive background in this field Covers up-to-date discussions for small satellite attitude systems design Dr. Chingiz Hajiyev is a professor at the Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Istanbul Technical University (Istanbul, Turkey). Dr. Halil Ersin Soken is an assistant professor at the Aerospace Engineering Department, Middle East Technical University (Ankara, Turkey).
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Distributed Attitude Consensus of Multiple Flexible Spacecraft

Distributed Attitude Consensus of Multiple Flexible Spacecraft

Wang, Q., Gao, H., Qin, J., Yu, C.: Attitude coordinated tracking of multiple spacecraft with control input saturation. IFAC Proc. Vol. 47(3), 9203–9208 (2014) 99. Hu, Q., Xiao, B., Li, B., Zhang, Y.: Fault-Tolerant Attitude Control of ...

Author: Ti Chen

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811942587

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 218

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This book mainly presents the authors' recent studies on the distributed attitude consensus of multiple flexible spacecraft. Modified Rodrigues parameters and rotation matrix are used to represent spacecraft attitude. Several distributed adaptive controllers are presented with theoretical analyses, numerical simulations and experimental verifications. The authors intend to provide a manual that allows researchers, engineers and students in the field of aerospace engineering and mechanics to learn a theoretical and practical approach to the design of attitude consensus algorithms.
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Advances in Guidance Navigation and Control

Advances in Guidance  Navigation and Control

Qiao, J., Li, Z., Xu, J., Yu, X.: Composite nonsingular terminal sliding mode attitude controller for spacecraft with actuator dynamics under ... Lee, H., Kim, Y.: Fault-tolerant control scheme for satellite attitude control system.

Author: Liang Yan

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9789811581557

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 5608

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This book features the latest theoretical results and techniques in the field of guidance, navigation, and control (GNC) of vehicles and aircraft. It covers a range of topics, including, but not limited to, intelligent computing communication and control; new methods of navigation, estimation, and tracking; control of multiple moving objects; manned and autonomous unmanned systems; guidance, navigation, and control of miniature aircraft; and sensor systems for guidance, navigation, and control. Presenting recent advances in the form of illustrations, tables, and text, it also provides detailed information of a number of the studies, to offer readers insights for their own research. In addition, the book addresses fundamental concepts and studies in the development of GNC, making it a valuable resource for both beginners and researchers wanting to further their understanding of guidance, navigation, and control.
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