Volume 37, Number 1, February 2019
|Page(s)||21 - 27|
|Published online||03 April 2019|
Lateral/Directional RCS Attitude Control for Lift Reentry Vehicle in Large Dynamic Pressure Regime
School of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi’an 710072, China
For the existence of aerodynamic coupling and big turbulence of reentry vehicle in large aerodynamic flight status, Conventional method for RCS controller designing is difficult to track the bank angle command quickly and accurately. To solve the problem, according to the feature that the lateral/directional coupling is significant and the yaw channel is more effective and stronger to turbulence when tracking the bank angle, a strategy is proposed by using the roll and yaw channel simultaneously to control the bank angle dynamic. Double loop dynamic inversion controller is designed in which the bank angle loop conduct as outer loop and the roll and yaw angle rate loop as inner loop. The convergence of sideslip angle is guaranteed by improving the design of roll angle rate controller and the influence of the controller parameters to converge mode is analyzed. PWPF modulator is applied to convert command moment into pulse signals. Numerical simulation is carried out to verify the benefits of the proposed control method, the results shows that the present method solved the problem that RCS controller designed in conventional manner, and improve control ability of RCS in large aerodynamic condition.
Key words: reentry vehicle / lateral flight control / reaction control system / dynamic inversion
关键字 : 再入飞行器 / 横侧向控制 / 反作用控制系统 / 动态逆
© 2019 Journal of Northwestern Polytechnical University
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