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JRM Vol.28 No.6 pp. 928-935
doi: 10.20965/jrm.2016.p0928
(2016)

Paper:

Design of the Nonlinear Structure Adaptive Model Inversion Flight Control System

Hao Long*,** and Yi-Nung Chung**

*College of Automation, Beijing Union University
No.97 Beisihuan East Road, Chao Yang District, Beijing, China

**Department of Electrical Engineering, National Changhua University of Education
No.2, Shi-Da Road, Changhua, Taiwan

Received:
April 22, 2016
Accepted:
October 19, 2016
Published:
December 20, 2016
Keywords:
nonlinear system, structure adaptive model inversion control, flight control
Abstract

Design of the Nonlinear Structure Adaptive Model Inversion Flight Control System

Design of the nonlinear SAMI flight control system

The advanced aircraft has those technological characteristics: stealth, supersonic cruise, super maneuverability, multi-target attack, multi-role, high load, long range cruise, integrated avionics, short takeoffs and vertical landings. These characteristics need multi-subsystem integration in the advanced aircraft. In order to meet the need of advance aircraft, the nonlinear control system is necessary. In this paper, the nonlinear structure adaptive model inversion system was first used for the nonlinear control problem of super-maneuver aircraft. The sufficient and necessary condition of the control law was analyzed. Finally the results of the height-angle maneuver simulation show that the designed control system has good performance.

Cite this article as:
H. Long and Y. Chung, “Design of the Nonlinear Structure Adaptive Model Inversion Flight Control System,” J. Robot. Mechatron., Vol.28, No.6, pp. 928-935, 2016.
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