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Control system for medium‐sized flying target

Abstract

The research team from Control and Avionics Department of Rzeszow University of Technology (RUT) has been working on control systems for many types of flying objects for years. Experiences the team has had during their activity have helped create the control algorithms for a medium‐size flying target (MSFT). Researchers from RUT, together with the small aviation company EUROTECH, have been working on a flying target for artillery. This paper gives a generic view of the system, including airborne and on‐ground parts. But this paper mainly presents the control system that is mounted on the MSFT. The paper describes the generic conception of the control system of the flying target, including control laws used in the control system of the MSFT. Results of simulations and real flight data are also presented.


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Ržešovo technologijos universiteto Valdymo ir kontroles departamento tyreju grupe keleta metu dirba su ivairi u tip u orlaivi u valdymo sistemomis. Turimas grupes patyrimas panaudotas kuriant valdymo sistemas vidutinio dydžio taikiniams. RUT tyrejai kartu su maža aviacijos imone EUROTECH dirba su skraidančiais taikiniais artilerijai. Straipsnyje pateikiama bendra sistemos apžvalga, iskaitant skrendančias ir žemeje esančias dalis. Pagrindinis demesys straipsnyje skiriamas valdymo sistemai, sumontuotai skrendančiame taikinyje. Pateikiama bendra skrendančio taikinio valdymo sistemos koncepcija, iskaitant valdymo desnius, taikomus skrendančio taikinio valdymo sistemoje. Taip pat pateikiami modeliavimo ir reali u skrydžiu rezultatai.


First Publish Online: 14 Oct 2010


Reikšminiai žodžiai: valdymo sistema, bepiločiai orlaiviai.

Keyword : control system, UAV

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Dołęga, B. and Rogalski, T. 2009. Control system for medium‐sized flying target. Aviation. 13, 1 (Mar. 2009), 11-16. DOI:https://doi.org/10.3846/1648-7788.2009.13.11-16.
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