Discrete Time Minimum Variance Control of Satellite System
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This paper is concerned with the types of stochastic disturbances affecting the potential of the aerial system. The satellite system for continuous and discrete time domain is discussed. A phase lead compensator completes the orientation successfully. Astrom’s single-input single-output (SISO) model is implemented with using the minimum variance control strategy. The separation principle then provides the optimal control law which curtails the cost function to a value as small as possible. The satellite system is positioned for one quarter revolution with the co-ordination of generalized minimum variance controller (GMVC) and standard generalized dual controller (GDC) based on certainty equivalence assumption. The revolutions in radians are tracked as output of the system for the input specified in degrees to the system. The controller proved useful in reducing the overshoot and atmospheric disturbances which allows a stable motion even for larger time delays.
KeywordsDiscrete time domain Single-input single-output Optimal control law
Gaussian white noise
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