Volume 38, Number 3, June 2020
|Page(s)||523 - 532|
|Published online||06 August 2020|
Algorithm of Reentry Guidance for Hypersonic Vehicle Based on Lateral Maneuverability Prediction
School of Astronautics, Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xi'an 710072, China
2 Xi'an Institute of Space Radio Technology, Xi'an 710100, China
Aiming at the problem that the traditional error corridor guidance method has poor adaptability in lateral guidance of predictor-corrector guidance, an algorithm of reentry guidance based on the vehicle lateral maneuverability prediction is proposed without increasing the calculation too much. The lateral component mean value of lift at reentry is calculated by using the bank angle magnitude function obtained from longitudinal guidance. According to the above-mentioned, a crossrange corridor with dynamic boundary constraint is designed to control bank angle reversal timing. Online parameters estimation is introduced to suppress the influence of the atmospheric density and aerodynamic parameters disturbance on the predictor model. The CAV-L, a kind of hypersonic vehicle, is used as an object to carry out reentry guidance simulation. The results show that the guidance algorithm can effectively guide vehicle to target for reentry missions of different range, the landing point error are small and the guidance effect is stable. The simulated results via Monte Carlo method verify that the guidance algorithm has a good adaptability and robustness to initial state deviations and process disturbances.
Key words: reentry guidance / hypersonic vehicle / predictor-corrector guidance / lateral guidance
关键字 : 再入制导 / 高超声速飞行器 / 预测-校正制导 / 侧向制导
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