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An Experimental Comparison of Controllers for a Vectored Thrust, Ducted Fan Engine
Abstract Experimental comparisons between four diff …
Experimental comparisons between four different control design methodologies are applied to a small vectored thrust engine. Each controller is applied to three trajectories of varying aggressiveness. The control strategies considered are LQR, H_infty, gain scheduling, and feedback linearization. The experiments show that gain scheduling is essential to achieving good performance. The strengths and weaknesses of each methodology are also examined.
ses of each methodology are also examined.  +
Authors M. Kantner, B. Bodenheimer, P. Bendotti, R. M. Murray  +
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ID 1994j  +
Source 1995 American Control Conference  +
Tag kbbm95-acc  +
Title An Experimental Comparison of Controllers for a Vectored Thrust, Ducted Fan Engine +
Type Conference paper  +
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