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Missile two-loop acceleration autopilot design based on 𝓛1 adaptive output feedback control
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 Title & Authors
Missile two-loop acceleration autopilot design based on 𝓛1 adaptive output feedback control
He, Shao-Ming; Lin, De-Fu;
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 Abstract
This article documents the design of a novel two-loop acceleration autopilot based on adaptive output feedback control for tail-controlled missiles. The inner loop is an adaptive angle-of-attack tracking loop and the outer loop is the traditional PI controller for error compensation. A systematic low-pass filter design procedure is provided for minimum phase system and is applied to the inner loop design while the parameters of the outer loop are obtained from the multi-objective optimization problem. The effectiveness of the proposed autopilot is verified through numerical simulations under various conditions.
 Keywords
adaptive output feedback control;Autopilot;low-pass filter;
 Language
English
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