Unified H-∞Approach for a Singularly Perturbed Aircraft Model
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
Proceedings of the 2000 American Control Conference
Presents a unified approach to obtain simultaneously the continuous-time and discrete-time state space solutions for the composite state feedback control of singularly perturbed H/sub /spl infin// systems. First, the scaled frequency domain realizations of dynamic systems are developed and then used to generate the unified H/sub /spl infin// solutions that approach the H/sub 2/ solution as the unified H/sub /spl infin// norm design parameter is allowed to approach infinity. The realizations also account for the nonorthogonal cost function terms that occur in the unified singularly perturbed slow subsystem. Next, the unified H/sub 2/ solutions are provided. Finally, the methodology is then applied to compute the reduced system, composite and full-order controllers gains for the dynamics of an F-8 aircraft model.
Singh, Hardev; Naidu, D. S.; and Nagurka, Mark L., "Unified H-∞Approach for a Singularly Perturbed Aircraft Model" (2000). Mechanical Engineering Faculty Research and Publications. 227.