Robust Adaptive Control and Its Applications to Missile Autopilots
Final rept. 1 June 95-31 May 98
LOUISIANA STATE UNIV BATON ROUGE DEPT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUTER ENGINEERING
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This final report summarizes the achievements of our research program, and describes the research results obtained during the past three years. Our work has focused on Air Force application platforms of compressor control, and design of missile autopilot. Several results were obtained in the past three years. The first one was local feedback control laws that stabilize the critical operating condition of the axial flow compression system governed by Moore-Greitzer model. The second one was missile autopilot design with time-varying control techniques where time-varying spectrum theory was used. The last one was the simulation study for feedback stabilization of compression control systems by software programming in Simulink Toolbox. In the past three years, the funding for this proposal was able to support Phillip Martin to complete his Master degree, and Michael Mickle to complete most part of his Ph.D Dissertation. Their work produced two journal publications and three conference papers. Therefore our goals for this program were mostly accomplished.
- Guided Missiles