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Model Identification and Attitude Control Methodology for the Flexible Body of a Satellite
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 Title & Authors
Model Identification and Attitude Control Methodology for the Flexible Body of a Satellite
Lho, Young-Hwan;
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 Abstract
The controller of a model reference adaptive control monitors the plant's inputs and outputs to acknowledge its characteristics. It then adapts itself to the characteristics it encounters instead of behaving in a fixed manner. An important part of every adaptive scheme is the adaptive law for estimating the unknown parameters on line. A more precise model is required to improve performance and to stabilize a given dynamic system, such as a satellite in which performance varies over time and the coefficients change due to disturbances, etc. After model identification, the robust controller () is designed to stabilize the rigid body and flexible body of a satellite, which can be perturbed due to disturbance. The result obtained by the controller is compared with that of the proportional and integration controller which is commonly used for stabilizing a satellite.
 Keywords
Satellite attitude control;Adaptive control;Model identification;Proportional and integration controller;Robust controller ();
 Language
English
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