Sliding-mode control of the super maneuverable aircraft Public Deposited

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  • In this thesis, A nonlinear methodology for the control of the highly maneuverable, high performance aircraft HARV (F-18) is studied by using sliding-mode control (SMC). This control law, which takes a continuous function when the input constraints are not considered, satisfies the reachability condition by which concerned states are driven to their sliding surfaces. Especially, this SMC is generalized for the so-called (square) uncoupled multi-input multi-output (MIMO) system by the use of error dynamics and applied directly to the nonlinear aircraft system without linearizing the system. For the practical application of the SMC to aircraft with input constraints, two control schemes are used, considering that variations of pitch rate q directly affect variations of the angle of attack. The first scheme consists of an α-q control for the fast response. The second scheme consists an a-control for making the output approach its sliding surface slowly by setting boundary layers and adjusting reachable speeds to the sliding surface. Robustness to parameter uncertainties and disturbances is also studied for the SMC. Especially, when the effect of parameter uncertainties is severe, then multiple boundary layers are set in the neighborhood of sliding surface, in which different reachable speeds to the sliding surface are used to sustain the concerned state within the boundary layer and to reduce the effect of chattering.
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