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Model Predictive Control of a Thurst-Vectored Flight Control Experiment
Abstract Model predictive control (MPC) is applied
Model predictive control (MPC) is applied to the Caltech ducted fan, a thrust-vectored flight experiment. A real-time trajectory generation software based on spline theory and sequential quadratic programming is used to implement the MPC controllers. Timing issues related to the computation and implementation of repeatedly updated optimal trajectories are discussed. Results show computational speeds greater than 10 Hz, 2.5 times that of the actuator dynamics. The MPC controllers successfully stabilize a step disturbance applied to the ducted fan and compare favorably to LQR methods.
fan and compare favorably to LQR methods.  +
Authors William B. Dunbar, Mark B. Milam, Ryan Franz and Richard M. Murray  +
ID 2001h  +
Source 2002 IFAC World Congress  +
Tag dmfm02-ifac  +
Title Model Predictive Control of a Thurst-Vectored Flight Control Experiment +
Type Conference Paper  +
Categories Papers
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