Dynamic inversion control approach for high-mach trajectory tracking

Blaise Morton

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Abstract

This short paper describes some work related to the NASP program that was performed by the author and coworkers several years ago. The original motivation was to understand how atmospheric variations and dynamic uncertainties can affect trajectories of the NASP vehicle during atmospheric ascent. In an earlier paper [1] the author presented an analytic technique used in conjunction with the algorithms described below to perform perturbed trajectory analyses. The subject of the current paper is the approximate models and the tracking and control strategies used to generate the ascent trajectories. No perturbation analyses are presented here - those results might be published later.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationProceedings of the American Control Conference
PublisherPubl by American Automatic Control Council
Pages1332-1336
Number of pages5
Volume2
ISBN (Print)0780302109
StatePublished - Dec 1 1992
EventProceedings of the 1992 American Control Conference - Chicago, IL, USA
Duration: Jun 24 1992Jun 26 1992

Other

OtherProceedings of the 1992 American Control Conference
CityChicago, IL, USA
Period6/24/926/26/92

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