Volume 40, Number 2, April 2022
|Page(s)||458 - 464|
|Published online||03 June 2022|
Trajectory tracking control of failure satellite with actuator jumping fault
Center for Control Theory and Guidance Technology, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin 150001, China
2 Beijing Institute of Electronic System Engineering, Beijing 100854, China
This paper studied the trajectory tracking control of a failure satellite that has actuator jumping fault. It proposed a design method based on the jumping control input for the model reference tracking controller. By comb-ining the stochastic stability definition with model reference tracking, it gave the mathematical descriptions of the trajectory tracking control of the failure satellite. It used the linear matrix inequality method and the parametric solution method of the nonhomogeneous generalized Sylvester matrix equation to design the robust H∞ state feedback control law and the complete parametric feed-forward tracking compensator respectively, with the disturbance of the failure satellite and its thrust constraint considered simultaneously. The numerical simulation results on the model of the satellite rendezvous system show that the design method proposed in this paper is effective.
Key words: actuator jumping fault / failure satellite / model reference tracking / parametric method / trajectory tracking control
关键字 : 跳变故障 / 失效卫星 / 模型参考跟踪 / 参数化方法
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