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Design and flight testing of nonlinear flight control laws

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This seminar will discuss the design of a manual as well as an autopilot flight controller. These control laws are based upon nonlinear dynamic inversion (NDI) and include the previously developed concept of Pseudo Control Hedging (PCH). This PCH algorithm adapts the reference model for the system output in case of unachievable commands due to control input saturation. This control algorithm has been applied in a high fidelity simulation model of the VFW -614 ATTAS (Advanced Technologies Testing Aircraft System) laboratory aircraft, where its beneficial influence has been illustrated. Test flights have been performed with ATTAS to evaluate the flight control techniques in a relevant environment.

This talk is part of the CUED Control Group Seminars series.

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