MATEC Web Conf.
Volume 99, 20172016 Workshop on Contemporary Materials and Technologies in the Aviation Industry (CMTAI2016)
|Number of page(s)||4|
|Section||Guidance, Navigation and Control|
|Published online||08 February 2017|
The Analytic Solutions to the Task of Maintaining the Specified Characteristics Stability in Aircraft Flight Control System Reconfiguration
1 JSC “Spatial information systems”, Moscow, Russia
2 FGUP “GosNIIAS”, Moscow, Russia
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The paper sets out the conceptual issues of methods of analytical solution of the problem of defined aircraft stability characteristics conservation during flight control system reconfiguration under actuating subsystem failure. It is shown that the use of the reconfiguration technique with analytic set of stabilizing control laws synthesized by the decomposition method taking into account the cross-linking between the control channels allows to fully compensate the effects of failures of the actuating subsystem in each of the control channels under the conditions of complete controllability of aircraft as a dynamic system. It thus makes it possible to reconfigure the flight control system that always ensures the stability of the motion of the aircraft with a precisely prescribed poles. During study of failures in the form of a gradual reduction of the effectiveness of control surfaces it found that the synthesized analytical control law is a corresponding automatic increase feedback gain serviceable channel actuating subsystem, as well as the reallocation of control signals between the drives within the existing cross-connections between the control channels. Some of the solutions obtained by reconfiguring the control laws are not satisfactory, because of significantly limited possibility of maneuvering.
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