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Reconfigurable NDI controller using inertial sensor failure detection & isolation

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3 Author(s)
Bacon, B.J. ; NASA Langley Res. Center, Hampton, VA, USA ; Ostroff, Aaron J. ; Joshi, S.M.

A modified derivation of nonlinear dynamic inversion provides the theoretical underpinnings for a reconfigurable control law for aircraft that have suffered combinations of actuator failures, missing effector surfaces, and aerodynamic changes. The approach makes use of acceleration feedback to extract information pertaining to any aerodynamic change and thus does not require a complete aerodynamic model of the aircraft. The control law does require feedback of effector positions to accommodate actuator dynamics. Both accelerometer and rate gyro failure detection and isolation (FDI) systems are implemented, allowing up to three independent failures for each FDI system as long as they are in different axes. Nonlinear simulation results show that the FDI systems improve the robustness to accelerometer/rate gyro uncertainties. An advanced tailless aircraft model is used to demonstrate the concepts. The simulation includes accelerometer and rate gyro noise and bias, failures due to accelerometers, rate gyros, and actuators, and modeled missing surfaces that cause airplane aerodynamic changes

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Aerospace and Electronic Systems, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:37 ,  Issue: 4 )

Date of Publication:

Oct 2001

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