Volume 36, Number 2, April 2018
|Page(s)||382 - 387|
|Published online||03 July 2018|
Attitude Stabilization and Trajectory Tracking Control Strategy for Civil UAV
中国民航飞行学院 飞行技术学院, 四川 广汉 618307
School of Flight Technology, Civil Aviation Flight University of China, Guanghan 618307, China
To remove the funitional payload variation, the attitude oscillation and trajectory tracking error of civil UAV in complex environment, a combined inner and outer control strategy for the civil UAV is designed based on the interval system control theory and dynamic tracking error minimization principle, which can guarantee the attitude stabilization in inner loop and the heading tracking in outer loop, thus solving the control effect deterioration and trajectory error drawback of the existing UAV with large scale model variation. The simulation results show that, the proposed combined control strategy can keep flight state's stabilization and effective trajectory tracking with good closed-loop robustness. This study is useful to develop effective and automatic civil UAV system's flight control strategy.
Key words: civil UAV / flight attitude / interval system / stability control / trajectory tracking / control / unmanned aerial vehicles
关键字 : 民用无人机 / 飞行姿态 / 区间系统 / 稳定控制 / 航迹跟踪
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