Flight Control Systems
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Flight Control Systems BE3M35SRL
Credits | 6 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | English |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
The course is devoted to classical and modern control design techniques for autopilots and flight control systems. Particular levels are discussed, starting with the dampers attitude angle stabilizers, to guidance and navigation systems. Next to the design itself, important aspects of aircraft modelling, both as a rigid body and considering flexibility of the structure, are discussed
Study targets
Design and validation of flight control laws for aerospace applications.
Course outlines
1. Introduction. Motivation.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
Exercises outlines
Labs are devoted to two semestral projects - autopilot design and a satellite stabilzation hybrid control system design and simulation validation.
Literature
Nelson, Flight stability and automatic control, Springer, 2003, ISBN: 978-0070462731.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Requirements
Signals, systems and controls fundamentals.
Control Systems for Aircraft and Spacecraft BE3M35CSA
Credits | 7 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | English |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
System Approach. Object, System, Model. Dynamic Systems Continuous and Discrete Time, Qualitative Analysis of Systems. Poincare Map, Chaos. Linear Systems. System Stability, Uncertainty and Robustness. Controllability and Observability. State Feedback, State Injection, Duality. Stochastic Systems, Realization of Stochastic Processes.
Study targets
No data.
Course outlines
1. System Theory and Cybernetics, Object, Model, System
2. Linear and Nonlinear Continuous Time Systems
3. Linear and Nonlinear Discrete Time Systems
4. Qualitative Properties of Nonlinear Systems, Bifurcation and Chaos
5. Realization of SISO Systems
6. Composite Systems
7. Stability and Robustness
8. Reachability and Observability
9. Decomposition and Realization, Order Reduction
10. State Feedback
11. State Observers. Separation Principle
12. Output Feedback
13. Uncertainty and its Descriptrion. Stochastic Systems
14. Properties of Output Stochastic Signal. Realization Theorem
2. Linear and Nonlinear Continuous Time Systems
3. Linear and Nonlinear Discrete Time Systems
4. Qualitative Properties of Nonlinear Systems, Bifurcation and Chaos
5. Realization of SISO Systems
6. Composite Systems
7. Stability and Robustness
8. Reachability and Observability
9. Decomposition and Realization, Order Reduction
10. State Feedback
11. State Observers. Separation Principle
12. Output Feedback
13. Uncertainty and its Descriptrion. Stochastic Systems
14. Properties of Output Stochastic Signal. Realization Theorem
Exercises outlines
The aim of the laboratories is to explain theory presented by the lectures and to solve given problem using MATLAB.
1. Introduction and Repetition
2. Dynamical Properties of Continuous and Discrete Time Systems
3. Examples of Economic, Ecologic and Technical Systems
4. Qualitative Analysis of Nonlinear Systems
5. Discrete Time Systems. Chaotical Behavior of Systems
6. Linear Systems, Linearization, Realization
7. Composite Systems
8. Criterions of Stability, Robust Stability Criterion
9. Criterions of Controllability and Observability
10. System Order Reduction,
11. Examples how to Change Dynamic Properties of System
12. State Observer Design
13. Analysis of Stochastic Systems
14. Realization of Random Signals
1. Introduction and Repetition
2. Dynamical Properties of Continuous and Discrete Time Systems
3. Examples of Economic, Ecologic and Technical Systems
4. Qualitative Analysis of Nonlinear Systems
5. Discrete Time Systems. Chaotical Behavior of Systems
6. Linear Systems, Linearization, Realization
7. Composite Systems
8. Criterions of Stability, Robust Stability Criterion
9. Criterions of Controllability and Observability
10. System Order Reduction,
11. Examples how to Change Dynamic Properties of System
12. State Observer Design
13. Analysis of Stochastic Systems
14. Realization of Random Signals
Literature
[1] Kailath, T.: Linear Systems. Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New York,
1980
[2] Antsaklis, P.J., Michel, A.N.: Linear Systems. The McGraw-Hill Co., 1997
1980
[2] Antsaklis, P.J., Michel, A.N.: Linear Systems. The McGraw-Hill Co., 1997
Requirements
Basic knowledge of Linear algebra, Basic knowledge of control theory.
Flight Control Systems B9M35SRL
Credits | 6 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | Czech |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
The course is devoted to classical and modern control design techniques for autopilots and flight control systems. Particular levels are discussed, starting with the dampers attitude angle stabilizers, to guidance and navigation systems. Next to the design itself, important aspects of aircraft modelling, both as a rigid body and considering flexibility of the structure, are discussed.
Study targets
Design and validation of flight control laws for aerospace applications.
Course outlines
1. Introduction. Motivation.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
Exercises outlines
Labs are devoted to two semestral projects - autopilot design and a satellite stabilzation hybrid control system design and simulation validation.
Literature
Nelson, Flight stability and automatic control, Springer, 2003, ISBN: 978-0070462731.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Requirements
Signals, systems and controls fundamentals.
Flight Control Systems (Main course) B3M35SRL
Credits | 6 |
Semesters | Winter |
Completion | Assessment + Examination |
Language of teaching | Czech |
Extent of teaching | 2P+2L |
Annotation
The course is devoted to classical and modern control design techniques for autopilots and flight control systems. Particular levels are discussed, starting with the dampers attitude angle stabilizers, to guidance and navigation systems. Next to the design itself, important aspects of aircraft modelling, both as a rigid body and considering flexibility of the structure, are discussed.
Study targets
Design and validation of flight control laws for aerospace applications.
Course outlines
1. Introduction. Motivation.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
2. Modelling the aircraft dynamics.
3. Linearized equations of motion. Longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
4. Longitudinal motin:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
5. Lateral motion:dampers, attitude hold autopilots.
6. Quadratic-optimal design of dampers.
7. Quadratic-optimal design and attitude hold autopilots.
8. Path following problems: horizontal plane.
9. Stabilization of vertical speed.
10. Final approach.
11. Automatic landing systems.
12. Mission planning
13. Automatic avoidance ad conflicts resolution.
14. Air traffic modelling and control.
Exercises outlines
Labs are devoted to two semestral projects - autopilot design and a satellite stabilzation hybrid control system design and simulation validation.
Literature
Nelson, Flight stability and automatic control, Springer, 2003, ISBN: 978-0070462731.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Stevens, Lewis, Aircraft simulation and control. Wiley, 2003, ISBN: 978-0471371458.
Requirements
Signals, systems and controls fundamentals.