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 Title & Authors
Compromise Optimal Design using Control-based Analysis of Hypersonic Vehicles
Liu, Yanbin; bing, Hua;
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 Abstract
Hypersonic vehicles exhibit distinct dynamic and static characteristics, such as unstable dynamics, strict altitude angle limitation, large control bandwidth, and unconventional system sensitivity. In this study, compromise relations between the dynamic features and static performances for hypersonic vehicles are investigated. A compromise optimal design for hypersonic vehicles is discussed. A parametric model for analyzing the dynamic and static characteristics is established, and then the optimal performance indices are provided according to the different design goals. A compromise optimization method to balance the dynamic and static characteristics is also discussed. The feasibility of this method for hypersonic vehicles is demonstrated.
 Keywords
Hypersonic Vehicles;Compromise Optimal Design;Dynamic Characteristics;Flight Stability;Parametric Model;
 Language
English
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