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Tensor signals in automatic positioning control systems for mobile objects

Published: 19.01.2022

Authors: Sorokin N.F.

Published in issue: #1(121)/2022

DOI: 10.18698/2308-6033-2022-1-2147

Category: Aviation and Rocket-Space Engineering | Chapter: Aircraft Dynamics, Ballistics, Motion Control

The study focuses on using vector-tensor signals in automatic control systems operating in three-dimensional and two-dimensional spaces. The use of tensor signals makes it possible to build a control system in the most physically grounded form without restrictions in space of possible modes. The use of position tensors to close the feedback allows solving the problems of spatial positioning by methods of automatic control theory, including the method of structural diagrams. The study reveals that it is possible to take into consideration the features of working with tensor signals under conditions of relative rotation of coordinate systems in the structural diagram in the form of a variable matrix gain. Calculations showed that the studied class of systems belongs to the class of well linearizable multidimensional automatic control systems.

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