Mixed sensitivity design: An aerospace case study
World Congress, Volume # 15 | Part# 1
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mixed sensitivity design,stability augmentation system,H˞ optimization,H2 optimization
The mixed sensitivity design method for multivariable linear control systems proposed in the companion paper (Kwakernaak, 2001) is applied to the design of a stability augmentation system for the longitudinal motion of a fighter airplane previously studied by Safonov and Chiang (1988). Both H∞ and H2 mixed sensitivity design are considered. They lead to quite similar results.
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