Automatic Control in Space : Proceedings of the 8th IFAC Symposium, Oxford, England, 2-6 July 1979

By: Munday, C. WMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandPublisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2014Description: 1 online resource (499 p.)ISBN: 9781483158976Subject(s): Space vehicles -- Automatic control -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Automatic Control in Space : Proceedings of the 8th IFAC Symposium, Oxford, England, 2-6 July 1979DDC classification: 629.47/42 | 629.4742 LOC classification: TL795 .I17 2014Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Automatic Control in Space; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 1. INTERNAL IMAGE MOTION COMPENSATION SYSTEM FOR THE SHUTTLE INFRARED TELESCOPE FACILITY; INTRODUCTION; SYSTEM DESCRIPTION; SYMBOL TABLE; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. A BALLOON-BORNE THREE AXIS STABILISED PLATFORM FOR LARGE ASTRONOMY EXPERIMENTS; INTRODUCTION; DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATFORM; SENSORS AND MODES OF OPERATION; PROBLEM AREAS; DESIGN MEASURES; TEST PROGRAMME; SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS UNDER STUDY; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 3. ATTITUDE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SCIENTIFIC BALLOON PAYLOADS
INTRODUCTION2. STATUS OF ART; 3. EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS OF SYSTEMS DEVELOPED AT L.A.S.; 4. STABILITY OF THE WAR 78 SYSTEM; BIBLIOGRAPHY; CHAPTER 4. ACCURATE SPACECRAFT ATTITUDE ESTIMATION WITH THE ESA STARMAPPER; INTRODUCTION; THE ESA STARMAPPER; STARMAPPER MODEL; SPACECRAFT MODEL; ATTITUDE ESTIMATION APPROACH; SIMULATION; FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGMENT; CHAPTER 5. STABILIZATION AND CONTROL OF THE INTERNATIONAL ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER INCLUDING A SUMMARY OF FLIGHT PERFORMANCE; INTRODUCTION; PROJECT BACKGROUND; SYSTEM DESCRIPTION; PERFORMANCE SUMMARY; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES
CHAPTER 6. THE ANNULAR SUSPENSION AND POINTING SYSTEMINTRODUCTION; BACKGROUND RESEARCH; ASPS END MOUNT CONCEPT DESCRIPTION; ASPS FLIGHT UNIT; SIMULATION DESCRIPTION; CONCLUDING REMARKS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 7. STOCHASTIC ALGORITHMS FOR PARAMETERS ESTIMATION AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SPACE NAVIGATION; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM SETTING; THE SYNTHESES OF OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHMS; SMOOTHING PROPERTIES OF AVERAGING OPERATORS; EXAMPLE OP THE ALGORITHM USE; CONCLUION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 8. OPTIMAL CONTROL OF LARGE ANGLE ATTITUDE MANEUVERS FOR FLEXIBLE SPACECRAFT; INTRODUCTION
SATELLITE MODEL AND THE CONTROL OBJECTIVEANALYSIS; RESULTS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9. A SIMPLE STABILITY CRITERIUM FOR SATELLITES WITH FLEXIBLE APPENDAGES; INTRODUCTION; FORMULATION OF THE STABILITY PRINCIPLE; ILLUSTRATION OF THE STABILITY PRINCIPLE; APPLICATION TO ELASTIC BOOMS; APPLICATION TO ARBITRARY STRUCTURES; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. ADVANCES IN SPHERICAL ATTITUDE CONTROL DRIVE WITH OPTICAL VELOCITY IDENTIFICATION; INTRODUCTION; THE ELECTRIC MOTOR WITH SPHERICAL ROTOR; THE SELECTION OF COARSE DIRECTION CONTROL ZONES OF THE VELOCITY VECTOR
THE OPTICAL METHOD FOR THE SPHERE MOTION IDENTIFICATIONREFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL OF DRY-TUNED ROTOR GYROS; INTRODUCTION; GYRO TRANSFER FUNCTIONS; ANALYTICAL DESIGN METHOD; SENSITIVITY CONSIDERATIONS; FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS; IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL CONTROL; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12. OPTIMAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL CONTROL IN TRAJECTORY STABILIZATION PROBLEM; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM STATEMENT; COMPUTER STRUCTURE.; COMPUTER MATHEMATICAL MODEL.; OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM SETTING; SOLUTION METHOD; CONCLUSION; REFERENCE
CHAPTER 13. AUTONOMOUS STATIONKEEPING OF GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES
Summary: Automatic Control in Space is a compendium of papers presented on the Eighth IFAC Symposium that took place in Oxford, England in July 1979. The book is comprised of an assortment of presentations prepared by experts in the fields of engineering, computer science, robotics, optics, aeronautics, and other allied disciplines discussing various aspects and types of automatic control systems and applications used in space technology. The text covers a broad range of topics on space technology, such as stabilization systems for space telescopes and balloon platforms; spacecraft attitude estimation
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Front Cover; Automatic Control in Space; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; CHAPTER 1. INTERNAL IMAGE MOTION COMPENSATION SYSTEM FOR THE SHUTTLE INFRARED TELESCOPE FACILITY; INTRODUCTION; SYSTEM DESCRIPTION; SYMBOL TABLE; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 2. A BALLOON-BORNE THREE AXIS STABILISED PLATFORM FOR LARGE ASTRONOMY EXPERIMENTS; INTRODUCTION; DESCRIPTION OF THE PLATFORM; SENSORS AND MODES OF OPERATION; PROBLEM AREAS; DESIGN MEASURES; TEST PROGRAMME; SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS UNDER STUDY; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS; CHAPTER 3. ATTITUDE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR SCIENTIFIC BALLOON PAYLOADS

INTRODUCTION2. STATUS OF ART; 3. EXPERIMENTAL DETAILS OF SYSTEMS DEVELOPED AT L.A.S.; 4. STABILITY OF THE WAR 78 SYSTEM; BIBLIOGRAPHY; CHAPTER 4. ACCURATE SPACECRAFT ATTITUDE ESTIMATION WITH THE ESA STARMAPPER; INTRODUCTION; THE ESA STARMAPPER; STARMAPPER MODEL; SPACECRAFT MODEL; ATTITUDE ESTIMATION APPROACH; SIMULATION; FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS; REFERENCES; ACKNOWLEDGMENT; CHAPTER 5. STABILIZATION AND CONTROL OF THE INTERNATIONAL ULTRAVIOLET EXPLORER INCLUDING A SUMMARY OF FLIGHT PERFORMANCE; INTRODUCTION; PROJECT BACKGROUND; SYSTEM DESCRIPTION; PERFORMANCE SUMMARY; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES

CHAPTER 6. THE ANNULAR SUSPENSION AND POINTING SYSTEMINTRODUCTION; BACKGROUND RESEARCH; ASPS END MOUNT CONCEPT DESCRIPTION; ASPS FLIGHT UNIT; SIMULATION DESCRIPTION; CONCLUDING REMARKS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 7. STOCHASTIC ALGORITHMS FOR PARAMETERS ESTIMATION AND THEIR APPLICATION TO SPACE NAVIGATION; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM SETTING; THE SYNTHESES OF OPTIMIZATION ALGORITHMS; SMOOTHING PROPERTIES OF AVERAGING OPERATORS; EXAMPLE OP THE ALGORITHM USE; CONCLUION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 8. OPTIMAL CONTROL OF LARGE ANGLE ATTITUDE MANEUVERS FOR FLEXIBLE SPACECRAFT; INTRODUCTION

SATELLITE MODEL AND THE CONTROL OBJECTIVEANALYSIS; RESULTS; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 9. A SIMPLE STABILITY CRITERIUM FOR SATELLITES WITH FLEXIBLE APPENDAGES; INTRODUCTION; FORMULATION OF THE STABILITY PRINCIPLE; ILLUSTRATION OF THE STABILITY PRINCIPLE; APPLICATION TO ELASTIC BOOMS; APPLICATION TO ARBITRARY STRUCTURES; CONCLUSIONS; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 10. ADVANCES IN SPHERICAL ATTITUDE CONTROL DRIVE WITH OPTICAL VELOCITY IDENTIFICATION; INTRODUCTION; THE ELECTRIC MOTOR WITH SPHERICAL ROTOR; THE SELECTION OF COARSE DIRECTION CONTROL ZONES OF THE VELOCITY VECTOR

THE OPTICAL METHOD FOR THE SPHERE MOTION IDENTIFICATIONREFERENCES; CHAPTER 11. DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROL OF DRY-TUNED ROTOR GYROS; INTRODUCTION; GYRO TRANSFER FUNCTIONS; ANALYTICAL DESIGN METHOD; SENSITIVITY CONSIDERATIONS; FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS; IMPLEMENTATION OF DIGITAL CONTROL; CONCLUSION; REFERENCES; CHAPTER 12. OPTIMAL DESIGN OF A DIGITAL CONTROL IN TRAJECTORY STABILIZATION PROBLEM; INTRODUCTION; PROBLEM STATEMENT; COMPUTER STRUCTURE.; COMPUTER MATHEMATICAL MODEL.; OPTIMIZATION PROBLEM SETTING; SOLUTION METHOD; CONCLUSION; REFERENCE

CHAPTER 13. AUTONOMOUS STATIONKEEPING OF GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITES

Automatic Control in Space is a compendium of papers presented on the Eighth IFAC Symposium that took place in Oxford, England in July 1979. The book is comprised of an assortment of presentations prepared by experts in the fields of engineering, computer science, robotics, optics, aeronautics, and other allied disciplines discussing various aspects and types of automatic control systems and applications used in space technology. The text covers a broad range of topics on space technology, such as stabilization systems for space telescopes and balloon platforms; spacecraft attitude estimation

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