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Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation

Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation

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Published by NASA, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airplanes -- Control systems.,
  • Control theory.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSanjay Garg.
    SeriesNASA technical memorandum -- 105804.
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17678622M

      Guidance, Navigation, and Control Conference and Exhibit August Integrated flight and propulsion control system design, via H-infinity loop shaping and partitioning Ian Postlethwaite and. Get this from a library! A parameter optimization approach to controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control application. [Phillip Schmidt; Sanjay Garg; Brian Holowecky; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].

      Integrated flight/propulsion control - Subsystem specifications for performance. Integrated multiple objective controller design for one-way coupled systems. Multiobjective design for an integrated flight control system: a combination with model reduction approach. 1. Engine controller research: Link to research flight control — Permits in-flight evaluation — Enables multiple modes for engine control 2. Fuel and emissions reduction: Prime objective: reduce fuel use and emissions — Flight path noise reduction — UAV performance improvement 3. Adaptive engine control — Minimize emissions.

      This paper presents the application of particle swarm optimization for gain tuning of integrated flight and propulsion control. For this purpose, an integrated simulation of the aircraft body and the gas turbine engine is first developed. Conventional fuel controller for the aircraft engine and glide slope and velocity controllers for the aircraft body are then designed separately based on. 13 • Integration benefits flight and propulsion control • Enables optimum engine operating modes • More choices for alternate paths or components during flight with failed or marginal components • Enhances Vehicle Health Management • Can result in increased fuel efficiency, engine life • Advances Environmental Control for better cooling.


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Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation Download PDF EPUB FB2

CONTROLLER PARTITIONING FOR INTEGRATED FLIGHT/PROPULSION CONTROL IMPLEMENTATION San jay Garg NASA Lewis Research Center Advanced Control Technology Branch Cleveland, OH Abstract The notion of partitioning a centralized controller.

structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation. This paper presents results from the application of the controller partitioning optimization procedure to IFPC design for a Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing (STOVL) aircraft in transition flight.

The controller partitioning problem and the parameter. Abstract: A parameter optimization framework is presented to solve the problem of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation.

The controller partitioning problem is discussed and a cost function to be minimized is formulated, such that the resulting optimal partitioned subsystem Cited by: The controller partitioning algorithm was applied to the centralized flight/propulsion controller for a STOL aircraft obtained in reference [ 9 ].

This controller has the form u = K(s)e with the error. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation Item Preview. Two methods of partitioning a centralised integrated flight and propulsion control system were described and implemented on a non-linear simulation model of an experimental STOVL aircraft configuration.

Performance and robustness properties of the partitioned IFPC systems were validated via PC-based and pilot-in-the-loop simulation trials. Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation.

By Sanjay Garg. Abstract. The notion of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized, hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control (IFPC) implementation is discussed.

A systematic procedure is developed for determining. Integrated Flight/Propulsion Control then these control laws are partitioned for decentralized implementation.

The centralized design provides a baseline for optimal achievable system performance, and controller partitioning yields implementable decentralized controllers that best match the optimal system performance for a given. ized controller into a decentralized hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation.

The controller partitioning problem is briefly discussed and a cost function to be minimized is formulated, such that the res_u!ting "optimal" partitioned subsystem controllers.

Partitioning of centralized integrated flight/propulsion control design for decentralized implementation IEEE Transactions on Control Systems Technology, Vol. 1, No. 2 A parameter optimization approach to controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control application.

Abstract. A parameter optimization framework has earlier been developed to solve the problem of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized, hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation.

A parameter optimization framework is presented to solve the problem of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation. The controller partitioning problem is briefly discussed and a cost function to be minimized is formulated, such that the.

Partitioning of centralized integrated flight/propulsion control design for decentralized implementation. By Sanjay Garg. Abstract. The notion of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized, hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control (IFPC) implementation is discussed.

A systematic procedure is. The notion of partitioning a centralized controller into a decentralized, hierarchical structure suitable for integrated flight/propulsion control (IFPC) implementation is discussed. emerging Integrated FLight/Propulsion Control (IFPC l design methodology to a Short Take-Off and Vertical Landing (STOVL) aircraft in transition _light.

The steps in the methodology consist of designing a centralized controller, partitioning the centralized controller into separate subsystem controllers and designing command.

Results are presented on the implementation aspects of the design of an integrated flight and propulsion control (IFPC) system for an experimental short take-off and vertical landing aircraft configuration. Performance and robustness properties of partitioned IFPC systems designed according to two alternative partitioning schemes are.

In the integrated flight propulsion control system, the integration control laws are developed as an off-line process and stored in an on-board computer for implementation. Also real-time optimization improves the performance further compared to pre-programmed optimization.

This results in an optimum integrated flight propulsion control. integrated system for an initial centralized controller design and then partitioning the integrated control design approach have spurred research into Integrated Flight and Propulsion Control (IFPC). resulting from this implementation.

Partitioning of the centralized controller into. A robust integrated flight and propulsion control (IFPC) system is designed and analysed for an experimental vertical/short take-off and landing (V/STOL) aircraft configuration, using multivariable design techniques. Due to the particular implementation structure used for the centralised H loop shaping controller, the partitioning procedure.

A user's manual for the computer code for partitioning a centralized controller into decentralized subcontrollers with applicability to Integrated Flight/Propulsion Control (IFPC) is presented.

Get this from a library! Controller partitioning for integrated flight/propulsion control implementation. [Sanjay Garg; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.].Application of controller partitioning optimization procedure to integrated flight/propulsion control design for a STOVL aircraft (SuDoc NAS ) [Garg, Sanjay] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Application of controller partitioning optimization procedure to integrated flight/propulsion control design for a STOVL aircraft (SuDoc NAS )Author: Sanjay Garg.

Robust integrated flight/propulsion control design for a STOVL designing a centralized controller considering the airframe and propulsion systems as one integrated system and then partitioning the centralized controller into decentralized subsystem controllers for state-of-the-art IFPC implementation.

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