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Rapid near-optimal aerospace plane trajectory generation and guidance
by School of Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Atlanta, Ga, [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Rapid near optimal aerospace plane trajectory generation and guidance.|
|Statement||principal investigators [sic] : A.J. Calise.|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-189469.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Full text of "Missile Guidance & Control Systems" See other formats. The airframe-integrated linear-spike nozzle concept applied to an external nozzle for high-speed aircraft was evaluated with regard to the thrust augmentation capability and the trim balance. The main focus was on the vehicle aftbody. The baseline airframe geometry was first premised to be a hypersonic waverider design. The baseline aftbody case had an external nozzle comprised of a simple Cited by: 1.
Full text of "The Center for Aerospace Research: A NASA Center of Excellence at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University" See other formats. Real-time TV tracker for missile guidance S. B. Gadgil ; M. Sankar Kishore Proc. SPIE , Signal Processing, Sensor Fusion, and Target Recognition, pg 51 (9 July ); doi: /
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present a novel approach in terrain following (TF) flight using fuzzy logic. The fuzzy controller as presented in this work decides where and how the aircraft needs to change its altitude. The fast decision‐making nature of this method promises real‐time applications even for tough terrains in terms of shape and peculiarities. The method could. A fundamental aspect of autonomous vehicle guidance is planning trajectories. Historically, two fields have contributed to trajectory or motion planning methods: robotics and dynamics and control. The former typically have a stronger focus on computational issues and real-time robot control, while the latter emphasize the dynamic behavior and more specific aspects of trajectory .
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Get this from a library. Rapid near-optimal aerospace plane trajectory generation and guidance: final report, reporting period 12/1//31/ [Anthony J Calise; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. A single-stage vehicle using airbreathing propulsion holds promise for a more economical delivery of payloads to orbit.
The utility of the vehicle is contingent on having a guidance capability for flying a near minimum-fuel ascent : K.D. Mease. Part of the Springer Optimization and Its Applications book series (SOIA, volume Flandro, G.A.: Rapid near-optimal aerospace plane trajectory generation and guidance.
Guid. Control. Dyn. 14(6), – () CrossRef Google Scholar. Van Buren, M.A., Mease, K.D.: Aerospace plane guidance using time-scale decomposition and feedback Author: Erwin Mooij. Space-plane analysis: the generation of a reference trajectory breathing launch vehicles will require near optimal guidance and control to maintain a satisfactory payload fraction to orbit Author: Erwin Mooij.
We present a linear optimal control law to control an unmanned reentry vehicle to a reference. Corban, J. E., et al., “Rapid Near-Optimal Aerospace Plane Trajectory Generation and Guidance,” Journal of Guidance Linear Optimal Control for Reentry Flight.
In: Bulirsch R., Kraft D. (eds) Computational Optimal Control. ISNM Cited by: 3. A guidance for flight in the vertical plane is designed for a hypersonic aircraft.
The objective is to maximize the final vehicle mass on the flight to a specified altitude and speed. The aircraft tracks a reduced model extremal of the remaining flight path.
“Reduced” means to regard the flight path angle as a Author: W. Grimm. Fast and Near-Optimal Guidance for Docking to Uncontrolled Spacecraft Article in Journal of Guidance Control and Dynamics 40(12) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Sunrise Valley Drive, Suite Reston, VA Direct Method for Rapid Prototyping of Near-Optimal Aircraft Trajectories Calculated near-optimal trajectory is compared with real ‘ ight data, and with the solution aerospace engineers in the early s.
Because of the improve-ment of computers during the following years, this method became. An inverse dynamics approach to trajectory optimization and guidance for an aerospace plane Robust ascent guidance is obtained by using combination of feedback compensation and onboard generation of control through the inverse dynamics approach.
Accurate orbital insertion can be achieved with near-optimal control of the rocket through. Automated trajectory generation and guidance for a new launch vehicle flight phases The guidance algorithms are designed to ensure the vehicle can achieve near optimal range performance when required and also to execute a sharp pull-up maneuver that balances the load factor constraint against the need to pull-up quickly before the dynamic.
Rapid trajectory optimization for hypersonic entry using a pseudospectral-convex algorithm. Near optimal finite-time terminal controllers for space trajectories via SDRE-based approach using dynamic programming.
4D Trajectory Generation for Guidance Module of a UAV for a Gate-to-Gate Flight in Presence of Turbulence. RAPID ONBOARD PROTOTYPING OF NEAR-OPTIMAL SPATIAL TRAJECTORIES FOR PILOT’S ASSOCIATE and pieces of spirals or straight terrain-following trajectory).
Today’s almost 1GHz-frequency computers with enormous storage ca-pacities and advanced software allow designing any complex adaptive FD and its usage on board.
This review describes a number of biologically inspired principles that have been applied to the visual guidance, navigation and control of Unmanned Aerial System (UAS). The current limitations of UAS systems are outlined, such as the over-reliance on GPS, the requirement for more self-reliant systems and the need for UAS to have a greater understanding of their by: 7.
Richard G. Cobb is a Professor of Aerospace Engineering in the Department of Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering with over 35 years of aerospace experience. Over the past, 18 years at AFIT, he has taught graduate level courses in satellite design, optimal control, trajectory optimization, system identification and spacecraft control.
For milling tasks, trajectory guidance is able to improve efficiency and user satisfaction (e.g., perceived workload), while boundary constraints improve effectiveness.
If, assistance cannot be offered in all degrees of freedom (e.g., craniectomies), a visual substitution of the haptic force feedback shows the best results, though participants. A Survey of the Maximum Principles for Optimal Control Problems with State Constraints. Related Databases.
Real-time trajectory generation for interception maneuvers with quadrocopters. Optimization methods for solving bang-bang control problems with state constraints and the verification of sufficient by: Near-optimal trajectories are generated to view a series of targets using a simple three-element discrete motion model and an heuristic-based enumerative search.
The method performs well for the presented examples, but the enumerative nature of the search would introduce severe computational issues for problems that involve more than a few isolated.
() Fast and Near-Optimal Guidance for Docking to Uncontrolled Spacecraft. Journal of Guidance, Control, and Dynamics() Neural-network-based real-time trajectory replanning for Mars entry by: in aerospace guidance and control.
The Section, using proceeds from this Conference, annually gives $2, in the form of scholarships at the University of Colorado, one to the top Aerospace Engineering Sciences senior, and one to an outstanding Electrical and Computer Engineering sen-ior, who has an interest in aerospace guidance and control.
Publications, World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology. Authors: Salhi Nesrine, Salama M. El-Darier, Halilat M. El-Taher Abstract: The present study aimed to investigate the effect of two type of soil (clay and sandy soils) in the potential allelopathic effects of Artemisia herba-alba, Oudneya africana crude powder (0, 1, 3 and 6%) on some growth parameters of two weeds (Bromus.This book differs from similar books on the subject in that it presents a detailed account of missile aerodynamic forces and moments, the missile mathematical model, weapon delivery, GPS (global positioning system) and TERCOM(terrain contour matching) guidance, cruise missile mechanization equations, and a detailed analysis of ballistic.Annotated Bibliography.
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