Digital Missile Controller Design and Analysis Information.
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FLORIDA UNIV GAINESVILLE COLL OF ENGINEERING
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The report documents design and analysis information developed for the practical design and analysis of digital controllers of U.S. Army servo-actuator-vane controlled missiles. This information is in the form of a development of the design and analysis methods for high-order, multi-loop, multi-rate digitally controlled system, and computer programs for the practical analysis and design of such systems. The methods developed herein are multi-loop, multi-rate simulation for time, and frequency responses of the digital guidance and control system with computing delays classical frequency domain design and analysis of the multi-loop, multi-rate, open and closed-loop systems via the modified z-transform emulation of the flight control computer on an IBM computer for memory, computing time and error analysis automated modern design of the digital compensators by solution of the linear-quadratic-loss optimization problem and the Kalman filter and, the determination of the optimization problem from the solution of the inverse problem which transforms classical specifications into modern specifications. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Computer Hardware
- Guided Missiles